A pool chiller will help keep your pool at a comfortable temperature even during the hot summer months by lowering the temperature of your water. Some chillers are separate units and some are integrated with heat pumps. This allows them to maintain a consistent temperature year-round regardless of the ambient temperature. In the summer, no one likes to swim in bathwater. When temperatures climb, you want the water to be refreshing.

On the hottest days of the year, your pool can be only a few degrees cooler than the outside air. This is due to many days or even months of the sun’s heat warming up your pool. Having a chiller installed will guarantee that a dip in your swimming pool is always an enjoyable experience. Even a few degrees can make a huge difference. You may also consider a pool cover.

Reasons to get a pool chiller

As an added bonus, a cooler pool uses fewer chemicals and saves you money. If your heat pump also includes a chiller you will get great performance regardless of the heat and humidity. They use a refrigerant to cool the water instead of relying on water evaporating. This means you save water since it’s not being lost to the air.

If you have a pebble, quartz, tile or painted finish, your pool can heat up quickly. This is because these surfaces retain heat more. This is also where a chiller would come in handy. Additionally, pools that are less than 6 feet deep are likely to become too warm for comfort in hot climates.

Other Applications

Some physical therapies and post-workout treatments use a plunge pool that is cooled to a certain temperature. A pool chiller is useful for these applications because they allow you to maintain these lower temperatures.

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