Even in the dead of summer,jumping into a freezing cold pool can be somewhat tortuous for the human body. Of course,your body will adjust eventually and you will be able to feel refreshed and actually enjoy it. However,imagine if you were able to slide into a warm pool and feel that very same refreshment. No more would you have to move into the pool inch by inch. It is possible to do this,that is if you are willing to put in the time and money. We are talking about installing a pool heater for the ultimate comfort and enjoyability this summer. However,there are a few things you will need to consider to see if a pool heater is really the right choice for you.
One of the main things one must consider about a pool heater is going to be the cost. A pool heater can cost anywhere between $2,000 and $3,000. One must admit that is a rather high price just for some added comfort. However,if you use your pool on a daily basis,one would say that it is a price well worth it. In fact,it may make your pool the destination of the town! Of course,you will need to check with several pool supply dealers in your local area to ensure you are able to get the best price. However,one must also consider that this is typically something you will not be able to install on your own.
With that in mind,you will have to find a pool supply service company to install your pool heater. This of course,is going to include an added installation cost. One can expect to add an additional $500 onto the cost of the actual pool heater for installation. Of course,this is going to be a general average and will vary across the country. As you did with the pool heater,you will want to take some time to ind the best pool heater installation company. This can be done by simply searching over reviews on Google and calling for some general estimates. You want to make sure you are going to get the best quality for the lowest price if possible.
Finally,one of the last things to consider is the inconvenience of having a pool heater installed. Generally,a pool heater can take anywhere between a day or a few days to have completely installed. During this time,you will not be allowed to use the pool as there will be a lot of construction and installation activity. Once the heater is installed it will still take an additional three days for the pool to heat up completely.
As you can see there are a few things one must consider about a pool heater. However,for most people,they see it as a wise investment that allows them to enjoy their pool whenever they want. And to be honest being able to jump into a warm pool of water as opposed to that sometimes icy pool seems rather enjoyable!