Pool Heat Pump Installation
The Electric Pool Heater Issue
It’s a good thing Arizona has lots of sunshine. Electric pool heaters can keep swimming pools temperate, but the heating coils require a lot of sunlight to stay warm and heat the water. The biggest issue is when the temperature goes below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Electric heaters will freeze and not be able to heat your pool.
Add A Heat Pump To Your Pool Heater
There’s a way around the problem, though – consider a heat pump. It delivers maximum energy efficiency, operates just like a heat pump for your central HVAC, and it provides a reliable source of heat. The upfront cost of installation is pretty high, but heat pumps can be energy efficient. Their coolant is within the unit, so they aren’t subject to annual maintenance checks to operate properly year after year. The major downside? They are monstrously big – just like your home’s heat pump.
High Performance Pool Heat Pump: UltraTemp®
The Economical Way To Heat Your Swimming Pool & Spa
If you are interested in an environmentally friendly way to heat your pool and spa, consider Pentair’s UltraTemp® High Performance Pool Heat Pump. The pump features an ozone-friendly refrigerant and a 100% titanium heat exchanger that provides corrosion-free performance for extra long life!
- LCD control board displays full-word messages for easy to follow instructions
- AutoSet feature monitors your pool waters’ temperature and turns circulation on and off as needed to maintain desired pool temperature
- Automatic defrost feature prevents UltraTemp® from freezing
- Emerson Copeland Scroll Compressor on 60-Hz, single-phase models
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