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Keep cool and save on energy costs
Swimming pools are a great way to keep cool in the summer, but operating costs can add up quickly. Maximize your savings with these energy efficiency tips.
Pools lose up to half their heat from the surface. Use a solar cover to conserve heat and lower costs by as much as 50%.
Think about whether you need to run your pump 24 hours a day. Save money by operating it 12 hours a day during off-peak or mid-peak hours.
Pool pumps run more efficiently with clean filters and strainers. Check once a year for scale, mineral deposits and corrosion.
Save on heating costs by turning the temperature down two degrees. Also try reducing the temperature midweek when you’re not in the pool.
Use a timer to run pumps, filters and heaters during off-peak periods when energy prices are lowest.
LED lightbulbs use up to 75% less electricity and last up to 25 times longer. They’re also great for the pool deck and outdoor areas.
Robotic pool cleaners do the work for you and use less energy. They can lower your cleaning costs by more than 50%.
Replace your pump with a variable-speed pump and reduce your energy usage by up to 90%.
Heat pumps can save up to 75% on your water heating costs, compared to electric resistance heating systems.
Solar heaters mean big savings. They are the most cost-effective and best choice for heating your pool.