Solar pool heating

When considering a heat source for your pool, you only have to look up to realize the primary benefit of solar heat – it’s free heat from the sun!  With uncertainty and rising costs in the gas and power markets, the price for solar will not change. It will be free for life. Using your existing pump and filter, our easy-to-install solar pool heater ensures warmer pool temperatures, no monthly heating bills, and is proven to be the most cost effective way to heat your pool. Get the most out of your pool by extending the swimming season and have more fun–courtesy of the sun!

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The cost of electricity and gas continues to rise. The price for solar energy will not change. Using your existing pump and filter, our “do-it-yourself” solar pool heater ensures warmer pool temperatures, no monthly heating bills and is proven to be the most cost effective way to heat your pool.

Solar Heating systems are very easy for the homeowner to maintain-the only expense is your time.

       

Enersol Solar Products Inc’s exclusive ‘18 Year Extended Warrantyagainst defects in the solar collector panels, assures you many years of worry-free, low-maintenance pool heating. When compared to natural gas or heat pump warranties, our solar warranty provides long term coverage and ultimately, peace of mind. Ask your Green & Clean dealer for complete warranty information.

How do I buy a Solar Pool System?
1.
How big is the pool?  

Multiply the pool length by the width to get the surface area of the pool. 

Divide that number in half.  This is your solar requirement number.  This is the minimum amount of square feet of solar required to heat your pool, 50% of the area of the pool.   If you are heating an indoor pool, you will need to have 100% coverage.

2. How big is your roof? 

The panels come in standard 10’ or 8’ lengths.  They should be installed vertically.

It is advisable to leave 6” around the perimeter of the panels.  (For example: if your roof measurement from eave to peak is 9’, you can fit 8’ panels on your roof.)  Measure the length to determine how many boxes will fit on the roof.  The width of the panels is 51” ( total header length.) and 48” ( width of panels.)  We recommend that the panels face south, southwest, or west. 

3. How many boxes do you need?  

Divide your solar requirement number by:   40 for 10’ panels or 32 for 8’ panels.  This number will be the number of boxes of panels you require.  (For example: if you require 400 sq ft of solar and you are using 10 foot panels, you will need 10 boxes of 10’ panels)  *If your roof faces east, more panels will be required.*

We do not recommend installing only one panel, as pressure problems can occur.

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