If anyone is thinking of getting a pool, remember to get a pool furnace too.
- I nixed this proposal because I was already spending so much cash.
I also live in the south, how chilly can it get? In the Springtime and summer time time it is plenty warm to swim every single day. In the fall it starts to cool off and the two of us have a few weeks in Winter time that are cold. I didn’t get the heater, instead I chose to do better pavers and a seat in the pool to sun in. I enjoy those features, but if I could do it all over again, I would get the gas furnace. After spending so much cash on a pool, I don’t care for that certain times of the year I can’t swim in it. I don’t care for that the water is so chilly that friends coming over don’t always swim. You can’t add a pool furnace later in production. I recently found out that my boiler system can serve as a single though. I need to hook up piping to it and then connect it to my pool. Then the boiler heats the water. It is that easy. I looked around at the local Heating and Air Conditioning companies and I did find a single that does pool gas furnaces. I am hoping to get a deal since I already have half the system. It will be amazing having heat in the pool area. I am also cheerful the boiler is going to get another function. In the south I hardly use the boiler system. It just does not get too cold, then really, all I need to get by is a few space oil furnaces for a couple of weeks. That is about as chilly as it gets.