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The main purpose of a solar pool heater is to effectively heat your swimming pool by gradually collecting the sun's FREE, non-polluting, natural solar heat on a daily basis and efficiently transfer the captured heat to your pools water thus maximize your swimming pleasure!



A Solar Pool Heating System can extend your swimming season up to 12 months!


If you and your family are more comfortable with swimming in your pool when your pools water temperatures are ranging from the low to mid 80's then using a solar pool heater to heat your swimming pool is definitely an option you should consider. With a solar pool heater you could increase your average pool water temperatures up to 15-20º! It has been long since proven that there is enough solar energy, even in the colder climates, to increase your pools water to temperatures normally only achieved during the summertime.  If properly designed, a solar pool heater can work all year round in southern climates, and can extend the swimming season in northern climates by as much as 50%!



A Solar Pool Heater will save you money!


The cost of traditional energy sources continue to rise. Taking advantage of the sun's free energy using a solar pool heater to heat your pool will help you save money and avoid any future price increases. Over a period of 15 years you could possibly spend up to five times more money on heating your pool with traditional methods. A solar pool heating system can provide you and your family an economical alternative to expensive conventional heaters. In fact, a solar pool heater is the most economical way to heat your pool in the USA, Canada and across the world.  After a solar pool heater is installed, your pool heating bills have the potential to go down to ZERO! Many people are making the switch because they have realized that all their heating needs can be met with a solar pool heater.  Solar pool heating will save you money, year after year, even if you continue to use an electric or gas pool heater as a backup.      


Solar Pool Heaters are very reliable, durable and require minimal maintenance!


Solar pool heaters typically last longer than gas and electric pool heaters. Traditional heaters can usually last seven to ten years.  They require service by a technician every year and most only come with a two-year factory warranty.  A solar pool heater on the other hand has a 10-year factory warranty, requires little to no maintenance, and typically lasts 15 to 20 years!

A Solar Pool Heater helps save the environment!


With the damaging effects that burning fossil fuels is having on our environment, heating your pool with a solar pool heater is the only environmentally conscious way to keep your pool warm and inviting without depleting our non-renewable fossil fuels and damaging the environment.  When fossil fuels are burnt nitrogen oxide is released which is one of the causes of smog in our urban environments.  Another element, carbon dioxide is also released which contributes greatly to climate change.  A traditional pool heater releases tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere each swimming season it is used. Replacing your existing propane or gas pool heater with a solar pool heater can dramatically reduce your carbon foot print.    



Out of all the ways you can choose to heat your pool we at firmly believe that heating your pool with solar pool panels is the most cost effective, best value and best environmental choice for heating your pool no matter what climate your pool is in. professional sales staff is here to provide you with excellent online support. We offer Do-it-yourself Solar Pool Heater Kits specifically designed for the average handy person to install themselves.  We make installing a solar pool heater easy!


We are also partnered with a high quality, fully insured, certified and licensed professional installation company based in Florida to install any residential or commercial solar pool heater in the state of Florida.


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