Climate Masters Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Pool Heaters’

Pool Heater Troubleshooting: What To Do for These Common Issues

Monday, November 20th, 2023

This is the time of year when pool heaters come in very handy. Temperatures are not cool enough to keep us from getting in the pool and a pool heater makes it that much nicer to spend time outside. But what happens when your pool heater is running but water is not getting warm?

That means it’s time to call and schedule service for your pool heater. It’s easy to ignore the problem and hope it resolves itself, but that usually doesn’t happen. You can keep reading to learn more about some of the common reasons that your pool heater may not be heating the water.

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Pool Heater Issues You May Run Into

Monday, September 25th, 2023

Temperatures are beginning to cool down. But you have a pool heater, so that means your family can enjoy the water for longer into the fall even as temperatures continue to drop. But what happens if your pool heater is not heating enough?

It may be time to call and schedule service for your pool heater. If you suspect that something is wrong with your pool heater now, it’s better to get the problem addressed sooner rather than later. You can keep reading to learn more about common pool heater problems, the signs of each one, and ways that you can try to troubleshoot them. 

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Why A Pool Heater is a Good Idea This Winter

Monday, November 21st, 2016

One of the issues with owning a pool is that you can’t really use it all year-round. Sure, it’s a lot easier to simply cope with colder temperatures in Florida than it is in Maine. That doesn’t mean that it’s actually comfortable or enjoyable to swim in the middle of winter, though. If you want to be able to enjoy your pool whenever you like, you’re going to need to stop relying on the weather so much. You’re going to need a pool heater.

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A Few Considerations before Installing a Pool Heater

Monday, November 3rd, 2014

What’s the point of investing in a swimming pool if you cannot enjoy it throughout the year? Choosing to install a pool heater is the first step in making the most out of your home’s swimming pool, but there are a few things to consider before calling a contractor for installation. To speak with experts about pool heaters in St. Augustine, call the friendly technicians at Climate Masters.

Choose an Efficient System for Greater Energy Savings

One important consideration you should make involves cost, and not only the cost of installation. An inefficient pool heater can cost you so much in monthly fees that you may end up using it quite sparingly, defeating the purpose of installing a heater in the first place. Ask your technician about different types of pool heaters: electric, gas-powered, and heat pumps. A heat pump pool heater is one of the most efficient ways to heat up a pool or even the air in your home because it simply moves heat from one place to the next instead of creating heat.

You Need Professionals to Size and Install Your System

Be sure to select professional installers with experience before hiring a company for installation. Pool heater installation is not a job for someone without the proper expertise. A heater that is too small will not get the job done, while a heater that is too large will cost you every month on your energy bills. With faulty installation, you may notice inadequate heating or a system that breaks down often.

Maintenance is Key to Efficiency and Performance

Finally, you should remember that owning a pool heater or any mechanical device means there is always a possibility for sudden breakdowns. Be sure to follow any steps of maintenance as instructed by the technician, and schedule maintenance with a skilled contractor every year. A thorough cleaning and inspection can keep your unit in top shape and reduce the standard wear and tear that develops throughout the years.

For maintenance, repairs, and installation, call Climate Masters. We offer a variety of pool heaters in St. Augustine to suit your particular sizing and efficiency needs.

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