Solar Pool Heater Systems in Temecula & Murrieta
DEC Services provides solar pool heater installations and other home performace & home improvement solutions in Temecula, Murrieta, and across Southern California.
Solar Pool Heater systems increase home efficiency!
Heating your pool is a big job, and in important part of making your pool comfortable and usable. But that pleasant water temperature comes at a cost. Not only can the water itself cost you a pretty penny, but the cost of heating a pool is often a deterrent for homeowners, keeping them from enjoying they’re pool the way they’d like to.
Using Solar water heating technology is a cost-effective way to generate hot water for your home. They are effective in just about any climate, but particularly so in Temecula/Murrieta and southern CA climates.
And the best part – the energy source is free & abundant…sunshine!
How do Solar Pool Heating and Water Heating systems work?
“Solar water heating” or “solar hot water” is made possible by several innovations in solar and renewable energy technologies. Solar hot water technology has now been proven, and is a technology that’s been widely adopted in countries outside the United States such as Australia & Japan.
These systems are designed to warm the waters of residential pools. Residents in areas with adequate sunshine will usually not have to supplement solar pool heating systems with electrical heating components.
Install an Active Solar Water Heating System
Different active solar water systems can be installed depending on climate. In Temecula & Murrieta, where it rarely freezes, a direct circulation system can be installed. This system circulates water directly through the collectors and into the home.
For climates prone to freezing, an indirect circulation system can be used. These systems incorporate heat transfer fluid and a heat exchanger to keep the water supply from freezing.
Install a Passive Solar Water Heating System
Passive solar water heating systems have the advantage of being on average, less expensive than active systems. However they can also be less efficient in the amount of water heated. Becuase passive systems have fewer electrical/mechanical parts, they also tend to last longer and be easier to maintain.