A lot of people think that a swimming pool heater is a costly investment – but it doesn’t have to be! The right swimming pool heater can help you save a bundle on your costs this year. The AquaComfort brand of inground pool heaters offers you superior heating capabilities with a lower cost than gas or propane heaters.
What Makes AquaComfort the Best Choice in Inground Pool Heaters?
Many inground pool heaters run on natural gas or propane. They can be noisy and expensive to run. AquaComfort takes a different approach to pool heating:
- It’s digital. The AquaComfort swimming pool heater has an easy-to-use digital display that allows you to program the temperature of your pool and the times you want it to run.
- It’s environmentally friendly. Because these inground pool heaters run off of a 410A refrigerant, they’re ozone friendly. You don’t have to use combustible products like gas or propane, meaning you contribute a smaller carbon footprint.
- It’s durable. A swimming pool heater needs to be able to withstand the elements, right? AquaComfort uses state-of the-art compressors and heat exchangers that can hold up in cold weather and for a long time.
- It can handle lower temperatures. The most important part of pool heating is ensuring that your pool is actually, well, hot. The AquaComfort swimming pool heater can handle lower air temperatures and still provide heat. In fact, their inground pool heaters work even when the air temperature is as low as 40 degrees.
Calculating Your Pool Heating Bills
AquaComfort provides a calculator to determine how much it will cost to heat your pool each year. So if you live in Northern New Jersey, have a 16×32 inground vinyl swimming pool, and use that pool between June 1st and September 15th, your annual pool heating costs will be around $234.00. You’ll see heat pump savings of $200 for natural gas and more than $1200 if you use a propane heat pump. And these are prices based off of keeping your pool at 80 degrees; if you keep your pool at 78, you might see even bigger savings.
The real beauty of a heating pump, however, is that it can extend the amount of time you use your pool. Without a swimming pool heater, you’re regulated by the season. With an AquaComfort heater, however, you can start using your pool in May and close it in October for around $400 a year. If you used a propane heater, a swim season that long would cost you more than $2500 each year.
You worked hard to create the right backyard for your needs, and for your inground pool. To spend all that money for a pool you can only use for about 10-12 weeks can be a disappointing. Inground pool heaters allow you to enjoy the fruits of your labor for even longer. AquaComfort offers you a chance to enjoy them for even less money. And here at Pool Town, providing the best possible products at the best possible price is one of our priorities.
Come by and see us to discuss the heat pump savings you’ll see with an AquaComfort heater. We promise you won’t be disappointed.