A pool heat pump is an amazingly simple piece of technology. They are very energy efficient and a relatively low-cost option for heating your pool.
Essentially heat pumps work like an air conditioner – however in reverse.
Warm, ambient air is drawn into the heat pump by a fan, the air is then super-heated, and transferred back to the pool via the returns.
Today’s heat pumps have a life-expectancy of around 10 years, however some have been around for much longer than that. They are pretty quiet to operate and are driven by ozone-friendly operating systems.
Pool heat pumps are, in short, a viable, practical, and cost-efficient option for domestic pool owners. In fact, they are viewed as a renewable energy source.
We highly recommend using a heat pump to heat the pool and would be happy to provide some further information should you wish to discuss in further detail.