The summer is just beginning, but summer in Bothell, Washington means many cool days. A pool heater has the potential to completely change the way you use your outdoor space throughout the year. Consider these factors to determine whether a heater is right for you.
Year-Round Pool Access
Depending on where you live, your pool and spa season can start as late as June and end as early as September. Here in the Pacific Northwest we can have week-long stretches of cool weather than could keep you away from the pool. That’s some serious pool time you and your family miss out on every year. Installing a pool heater, however, allows for more flexible use of your space throughout the year.
On the flip-side, using your pool longer each year also means more maintenance. You’ll need to plan for additional pool and spa cleanings, as well as the purchase of additional pool and spa products. Solar covers are an effective means of keeping the heat in, as evaporation is a leading cause of heat loss. Between gusts of wind and the heat from the sun, heat loss occurs. However, with a protective lid on your water environment, evaporation is reduced. You’ll be surprised at the results, since 75 percent of lost heat is from evaporation. Solar covers both retain heat and keep heat loss from occurring through evaporation.
Want to Discuss Pool Heater Installation with a Professional?
Do you think a pool heater is right for you and your family? If you’re interested in finding out more about pool heater installation, contact a pool and spa repair specialist today. Our professionals at Neptune Pool & Spa can answer any of your questions and would love to discuss your needs more thoroughly. Find out more about our company and our 25% discount offer on our website. Contact us to schedule an appointment today!
Pool Heater Installation in Bothell
Caring for pools and spas in Snohomish and King counties, including Bothell, Brier, Edmonds, Kenmore, Kirkland, Lynnwood, Medina, Mercer Island, Mill Creek, Mountlake Terrace, Mukiteo, Seattle, Shoreline and Woodinville