One of the best things about living in sunny Queensland is the beautiful weather. Compared to the states down south, Queensland is blessed with enjoyable weather conditions most of the year. However, Queensland still encounters cooler weather between June and August that may prevent you from using your pool. Therefore, a pool heater may be the perfect addition to your pool. Investing in a pool heater means you are investing in recreational enjoyment that you are able to get out of your pool.
Check out these five reasons why you should invest in a pool heater during the cooler months:
1. Extended Swimming Season
Investing in a quality pool heater is not only investing in your pool but also an investment in keeping fit and healthy all year round. Having your pool a few degrees warmer all year round means that you don’t have to give up on your morning or evening laps of the pool. But you need to make sure that you are investing in the right pool heater to ensure you can reap the rewards of your new investment.
2. Extend the Family Fun!
Did you invest in a pool to hopefully extend the time you and your family could spend together? Don’t let winter get in the way of your ability to play family swimming pool games. Your pool temperature is the secret to allowing endless hours of family fun!
3. Night Swimming
During summer do you enjoy coming home from a long day and jumping into the pool? Whilst unheated pools are influenced by the temperature of the air, your pool with a new pool heater attached can remain the same temperature all night long. Don’t give up on your relaxing night swims!
4. Enjoy Your Investment
We know that your swimming pool was a large financial investment. That’s why we want you to get as much use out of it as possible! The addition of a quality pool heater can make this happen.
At Sunlover heating Queensland, we understand that sometimes life gets in the way. The addition of a pool heater allows you to enjoy your pool at whatever time is convenient for you. That could mean getting in early before work or a leisurely swim after a hard day. Don’t let the temperature control your swimming!