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The Five Most Popular Pool Equipment Upgrades
The pump of the filtration system is where most of the energy is used. Pumps with various speeds are programmable to alter their speed to fit the need of different tasks. For example, low speeds are great for a routine filtration, while faster speeds are ideal to operate spa jets and pool cleaners. When compared to a single-speed or two-speed pump, the flexibility in a variable-speed pump can reduce a pool’s energy consumption up to 90 percent.
Variable Speed Pump
Variable Speed Pump
Swimming pool automation control systems afford the double benefit of being more convenient while also cutting down on energy. With such systems, pool owners are able to access their pool equipment from anywhere and at any time. Functions include scheduling run times for heating, lighting, spa jets and water features. This allows owners to schedule the equipment to run only when it’s needed.
You may have already made the jump to LED lights elsewhere in your home, but did you know that there are top-performing LED lights available for pools and spas? According to PoolFYI, LED’s technology takes only 26 to 70 watts to provide the same brightness as 500-watt incandescent light. Besides saving energy, it saves costs by lengthening the time between pool equipment replacement.
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The advent of heating technology works in favor of pool owners who want to save money on their pools. A geothermal technology heat pump can bring savings of up to 70 percent over conventional heaters. Using energy from both the ground and your pool, it is over four times more efficient than other systems on the market. It uses a small amount of electricity to provide optimum comfort and convenience.
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Traditional chlorine sanitization methods are on their way out—there’s a new alternative in town and is one of the most popular pool upgrades available.
Salt systems provide pool owners with softer, silkier water, easier maintenance, and eliminate the need to deal with the weekly hassle of messy chlorine tablets