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Your pool pump could be your home’s second largest energy user, costing you as much as $700 in energy every year. Pool pumps that have earned the ENERGY STAR are independently certified to save energy, save you money and help protect the environment. Single speed and dual speed pool pumps are officially a thing of the past. More and more pool owners are ditching the noisy, inefficient pumps that were once the norm and upgrading to far superior variable speed pool pumps.
Imagine coming home to a warm, clean spa with jets bubbling and lights on, ready for you to enjoy after a long day at work. Or a pool whose pumps and filtration system ran during off-peak hours, saving you added hassle as well as a bundle on your energy bill. Automatic controls manage the features for your pool and spa; including: lights, pumps, filtration systems, chemical levels, jets and heaters, right from the palm of your hand.
Salt & UV Systems
No more mixing, measuring or messing with liquid or tablet chlorine. Now you can automatically have the cleanest, softest, and safest water possible with a wide range of sanitization solutions. By using an industry leading salt water pool system, ordinary salt turns into a self-regenerating supply of pure chlorine for pool and spa water that’s clean, clear and luxuriously soft. New UV and Ozone advanced water treatment systems offer the ultimate in water quality and purity, eliminating 99.9% of chlorine-resistant microorganisms while reducing overall chlorine use by 50% or more.
If energy-efficiency is your goal, don’t overlook filters. While filters don’t take a lot of energy to run, they do impact how hard your pump has to work to get the job done. Having to backwash your filter uses a lot of energy. However, when using cartridge filters, you simply clean the cartridge itself, eliminating the need to backwash.
You likely have a pool heater if you enjoy keeping your pool at the perfect swimming temperature. Picking the right heating equipment impacts your pool’s overall energy-efficiency. Heating your pool can be done with a heat pump or a gas heater. If you want to maximize your pool’s energy-efficiency, your climate plays an important role in the type of heater you should use.
You are now on your way to optimizing your pool’s energy-efficiency, but we couldn’t leave you without mentioning LED lighting. Adding LED lights is another great way to improve your pool’s energy-efficiency. LED pool lights use up to 86% less energy than incandescent lights and can also last up to 10 times longer, which means less maintenance for you.