Thursday, 5 September 2013

How to Find the Best Solar Pool Heating System





Following a few simple steps now can save you years of frustration by ensuring that you find the best solar pool heating system for your circumstances. These three steps will have you relaxing in a comfortable, warm pool and enjoying lower utility costs in no time.



Step 1: Size your pool

When you heat a pool with solar energy the pool’s water is circulated through a collector or set of collectors to be heated by the sun. Generally speaking, you’ll need a collector that is 65% to 100% of the surface area of your pool. For example, a 15-by-30 foot pool would require anywhere between 300 and 450 square feet of flat-plate collectors. However, other factors such as climate and personal preference also affect this calculation. Let’s move onto the next step to learn more.



Step 2: Climate considerations

Residents of El Cajon and other northern California cities can expect to use their swimming pools from 6 to 7 months out of the year, so a system that is sized at 65% to 75% of the pool’s surface area is typically perfect. On the other hand, increasing the square footage can prolong the swimming season and makes swimming in cooler  weather possible. The choice is yours, but for best results you’ll want to consult with a professional solar energy provider to determine the number of flat-plate collectors that’s right for you.



Step 3: Do business with a trusted provider

Doing business with a trusted solar energy provider is perhaps the most important step in finding the best solar pool heating system for you and your family. And for more than 30 years, folks have trusted Peak Solar for the best solar pool heating systems in all of California.  



That’s because when you trust Peak Solar with your pool heating needs or any other of your Solar Power kits, you become their top priority and will personally benefit from more than three decades of professionalism, outstanding customer service, and installation and maintenance expertise.

Source: Peak Solar

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