Will a Solar Heater really heat my pool?

Of course! Depending on your weather and climatic conditions, you can expect your solar pool heater to: raise your pool temperature 2 to 5 degrees Fahrenheit each time the water passes through the system, and raise your pool’s temperature 5 to 15 degrees Fahrenheit over a period of several days of good weather. A solar blanket will help hold in this heat at night or when it’s windy, and can help the system be even more effective.

Solar Pool Heaters allow you to take advantage of the sun’s free energy. Solar Heaters are extremely efficient, inexpensive to operate, and are the ultimate in environmental friendliness. When combined with a solar pool cover, also known as a solar blanket, your Solar Pool Heater will maintain a comfortable water temperature well into the cooler months.

Solar pool heating systems are extremely versatile – they can be mounted on the ground, on a rack, or installed on a nearby roof.

If you have a solar pool heating system, do you mount yours on the ground, a rack or on a roof?  Which is better in your opinion?

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