If you have a swimming pool in your backyard, count yourself as among the fortunate ones who have an outlet for the kids to find some respite from cabin fever. Even if the summer temperatures haven’t set it in, you can enjoy your pool sooner—and later into the fall—by heating your pool with propane. That can make a huge difference with many summer plans and camps canceled due to Coronavirus concerns.
A high-efficiency propane pool heater (sometimes referred to as a gas pool heater) can cost about half as much to operate as an electric pool heater. And if you rely on one propane fuel and service provider, they know your home’s heating source and can seamlessly integrate your pool heater and install it quickly and properly. You can’t trust that expertise to just any “pool guy.”
A propane pool heater simply burns gas to warm water from the pool pump then cycles the water back into the pool. That’s why propane pool heaters are an ideal choice for in-ground and aboveground pools and spas.
Propane pool heaters are:
Propane pool heaters have distinct advantages over other pool heater types, including:
To learn more about propane pool heaters and the many other ways you can take full advantage of propane inside and outside your home, please contact your Tennessee propane service provider and they’ll be glad to give you advice.