31 Jan Which Pool Cover Is Right For You?
Why keeping your pool warm is a cover-up
Working out how best to heat your pool is a personal choice. It’s a question of understanding how and when you want to use your pool, and then making a trade-off between cost and convenience.
Whatever your decision, you ought to be considering a pool cover. While how best to heat the pool is clearly a big decision, a pool cover is the best way to ensure the heat stays there. What’s more, a pool cover will reduce water and chlorine evaporation, and prevent a lot of debris accumulating in your pool.
But which pool cover? You may be surprised to know that there are a range of pool covers out there, each with their own set of features. Automatic pool covers can be expensive to install, but are safe enough to walk across. Solar pool covers, on the other hand, are a cost-effective option and are the only type of cover that will increase the temperature of your pool.
At Supreme Heating, our Heatseeker Diamond pool covers reduce 97% of water evaporation and increase heat retention by 75%. They are able to do this because the diamond-shaped bubbles on the surface fit together beautifully and increase insulation. And the Diamond Space Age pool cover also features a silver/aluminium heat shield, which means you can collect heat from the sun’s rays and also reflect heat that otherwise would have been lost, back into the pool.
Our Heatseeker Diamond pool covers are Climate Care Certified, which is the industry’s efficiency and sustainability certification program, and that means you can purchase them with the confidence that they really are an efficient choice for your pool. Considering they can also save between 50,000 and 70,000 litres of water from evaporating each year, it should be no surprise that they also carry the Smart Approved Watermark, which is Australia’s water-saving labelling program.
There are so many reasons to cover your pool. If you want to talk through the benefits with us, give Supreme Heating a call on 1300 787 978.