Pool heaters are the best for adding comfort to early morning lap sessions, after-dark swims or to extend your swim season to earlier in the spring or later in the fall. The key to pool heating economy is combustion efficiency…making sure the heat that is generated is transferred to the pool water with as close to 100% efficiency as possible. Pool heaters have come a long way in the last decade and Penguin Pools is here to offer you whatever solution fits your family best.
Penguin Pools uses Pentair MasterTemp pool heaters because they are high efficiency, economical, and heat up fast. And they’re built to last.
Gas pool heaters have the same efficiency and will cost the same to get your pool to temperature. A larger heater will cost the same to heat the water it just does it MUCH faster. Keep the heat in your pool by using an auto cover.
Benefits of Pentair’s MasterTemp Pool Heaters
Swimming Pool Heater Prices by BTU
Heat pumps require a larger electrical feed and are extremely efficient.
Heat your pool with an environmentally friendly heat pump. Pentair’s UltraTemp heat pump uses an ozone-friendly refrigerant and has a 100% pure titanium heat exchanger that assures corrosion-free performance for extra-long life.
Heat Pump Pool Heaters Pricing
A simple concept that has been around for centuries, radiant heat. In-floor radiant heat has been used in homes, basements, garages, slabs for years; now you can have the same efficient heating with In-floor pool heating.
When a radiant heat system sends a hot liquid water or antifreeze through tubing embedded in the concrete pool floor, the liquid heats the tubing, raising the temperature of the concrete to about 100 degrees F.
Unlike a standard pool heater, the radiant system warms the water evenly from the pool floor all the way to the surface, maintaining a consistent temperature from bottom to top.
If you jump in a pool that's 10 feet deep, your feet are the same temperature as your shoulders. Operating independently from the pool's filtration system also saves energy costs, since heating the pool doesn't require turning on the circulation system. These systems work best for frequent swimmers since it takes two to three days to raise the water temperature from the low 50s to the high 80s. Once the water is close to the right temperature, the heater can achieve a 1-degree rise in about 1-2 hours depending on the size of the pool.
The average in-floor radiant pool heating system runs about $11,000.
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