The Chills on Wheels team understands the pleasure and relaxation you can get from jumping into a refreshing swimming pool on a hot summer day. The summers in Jacksonville, FL, are longer than in most areas of the country, but they still never seem quite long enough. If you want to extend your pool season by opening early or remaining open well beyond Labor Day, ask us about our pool heater installation services.
Energy-Efficient pool heaters including: Electric Resistance, Gas or Propane, Heat Pumps, and Solar-Powered heating options.
While there is a pool heating solution for everyone, each type operates differently and works with different equipment, meaning it is essential to pick the right option for you. Our specialists will look at your existing system and recommend an ideal pool heating system to accommodate your needs.
Enjoy your pool longer this year with an energy-efficient pool heater.
If you're a current or new homeowner, then the chances are that you own a pool living in the state of Florida for recreational use. Owning a pool is one of the best ways to keep you and your family comfortable during those warm summer months.
When owning a pool, you may or may not know that having a heated pool may be one of the best investments that you can make for your home. Here at Chilled On Wheels, we offer various pool heating options to meet your heating needs.
Depending on the type of pool that you own, your investment in a heating system can add more value to your home. Heated pools provide a comfort level that is second to none to you, your family, and your guests that may use your home in the future. At Chilled On Wheels, We offer the following types of heating:
Gas-Fired: Gas-Fired pool systems are systems that heat pools using either propane or natural gas options. It is by far the more economical choice for heating your pool, with the price range being about six to ten percent of the initial cost of your pool. If going propane, the gas will come from a storage tank, and if using natural gas, it connects via a pipe to your existing line (which is convenient if you already have a spa room at your home).
Oil-Fired: Just like gas-fired heating systems, the pool is heated with oil that would be stored in a tank and only used when your pool is in use. The installation process is the same as well as the maintenance for the system.
Electric: Electric heating is an option for a small to the mid-sized pool. Metal coils are installed in the pool's interior and are heated via electricity (the same way an eclectic stove heats with coils on the inside). This option is consistent but requires a lot of electricity usage, reflecting on your monthly statements.
Solar-Powered: Solar-powered pool systems heat the pool by gathering ultraviolet rays from the sun itself and are used to heat your pool. They have a high installation cost but will benefit your pool in the long run plus, with it being powered from the sun, it is a very eco-friendly option that won't require much maintenance. The only drawback is that you can't raise the temperature (it will only maintain the current level), and if you want to use it at night, it will run out of power fast because the sun isn't out to power the system.
Studies have shown that there are many benefits to owning a pool and having one that is heated. Heated pools can be used for various things, whether it is for exercise, relaxation, or a combination of both. Just having activity in the pool is a great way to exercise.
Swimming is a great way to get your heart rate up with the buoyancy of the water relieving the weight on your joints while allowing you to get motion when running, and jogging isn't physically possible. The pool becomes an integral part of people's daily lives, especially the elderly and other individuals who suffer from various ailments.
Having a heated pool also reduces the risk of experiencing chilling when entering/exiting a pool. This fact is significant for young children, as pediatricians have said that children can develop different respiratory problems due to repeated chilling from pools (this also can apply to the elderly).
After the initial installation of your preferred heating method, there is usually little to no maintenance that is required. Usually, your heater system only needs to be serviced once a year to maintain its functionality. The only regular thing that might occur is getting your tanks refilled (if using propane or oil for heating).
That being said, if you plan on installing a new pool, make sure that you get your heating system installed right away, preferably with new construction occurring, so you take care of two things at the same time. This would also help with your pool's usage and enjoyment, and you won't have to be worried about it as a new project in the future. Plus, it always helps with adding value to your home.
The simple answer is simply the enjoyment of your pool. Being able to go out and enjoy your investment without any risk or worry is a great feeling that owners of a heated pool can attest to. Not to mention the value that it adds to your quality of life and your home make choosing a heated pool an excellent option for you and your family.
Let Chills On Wheels Install Your Pool Heater!
If you are ready to enjoy your pool more by installing a new heating system, then look no further than the licensed professionals at Chills On Wheels. Our team has years of experience installing and maintaining pool heating systems and can offer these services to you at a competitive rate!