Pool Heat Pumps Let You Swim Year Round
Pool Heat Pumps


While it never really gets too cold here in South Florida, there are times when it’s too chilly to enjoy your pool if it isn’t heated. But when you add a heat pump to your backyard swimming pool equipment, you and your family never have to worry about not being able to enjoy your pool because the temperature is too low.

Heat pumps are essentially heaters that pump the warmed water throughout your pool, gently raising the temperature and ensuring that every area of your pool has the same comfortable heat.

Heat Pumps

The benefit of heat pumps is that they keep your pool at a constant temperature regardless of the outside air conditions. Generally, they are installed in outdoor backyard pools. But some indoor pools have them as well, especially if they are part of a resort, hotel, or institution.

Heat pumps keep your pool water warm so you and your family can use your pool year-round. They essentially extend the useful life of your pool into the cool months of South Florida. When the temperature dips below 70F degrees or so, jumping into your backyard pool can be a chilly experience. But not when you have a heat pump as part of your pool equipment.

Eagle Pools

Eagle Pools can add a heat pump to your existing pool or include it during the construction of a new pool. We can add it to residential pools, commercial pools, and even institutional pools. The only difference is the size and power of the heat pump.

We will determine which pool heat pump works best for you then install it completely and safely so you and your family can swim and have fun regardless of the outside temperatures.

If you hate losing the use of your pool during those several weeks in South Florida when the weather gets just a little bit cool, add a heat pump from Eagle Pools.


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