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California may be known for beautiful weather that allows for year-round swimming pool use, but swimming in a freezing-cold pool isn’t something many people enjoy doing. Even in summer weather, pools which are in the 60s and low 70s in temperatures feel cold and uninviting rather than fun and enjoyable. Heating your pool is one option, but for many people the cost of the energy to do is so prohibitive that they don’t even consider it.

But what if we said there was a way you could heat your pool and enjoy it year-round without that extreme high energy cost? You can—with a high-quality solar pool heating from the San Clemente solar experts at Revco Solar! Solar pool heating technology is simple—using specialized black plastic piping to capture heat from the sun, it uses this natural source of energy to warm water which is then pumped into your pool. For nothing more than the cost of the energy to run your pool’s pump system, you’ll enjoy a swimming pool that’s great for everything from entertaining to exercise, even in the middle of winter! And the best part: these solar pool heating systems are highly-affordable, and can pay for themselves in as little as two to four years. If you’re already heating your pool and paying the price for it, why wouldn’t you make this investment?

Learn more about solar pool heating systems by calling Revco Solar at (949) 531-7320 and requesting a solar consultation.

Why Invest in a Solar Pool Heater?

Why should you make the investment in a solar pool heating system? Aside from saving a significant amount of money (the most obvious reason), there are plenty of other benefits as well. For starters, solar pool heaters are durable and long-lasting, which means they typically last longer than a traditional pool heating system as well. These systems are also emission-free—whereas gas-burning systems or electrical pool heaters do create emission byproducts (either directly, or by using fossil fuels to generate energy from the public grid), solar pool heaters are entirely greenhouse gas-free!

How does a solar water heater work?

  • Your pool’s water pump system moves water into the solar heater system
  • The solar collector heats the water using energy collected from the sun via black plastic tubes
  • More cool water is pumped in, heating up in the solar collector
  • Warm water is pumped back into the pool, heating it for your enjoyment

Solar pool heaters are great when left on and running permanently as well—one circulation can raise the temperature of your pool anywhere from three to five degrees, and one cycle generally takes anywhere from six to eight hours. In fact, in a California climate, solar pool heaters can bring a pool’s temperature up to 75 degrees or higher for as long as 8 or 9 months of the year!

Start enjoying your pool all year long by taking advantage of a solar pool heating system. Contact Revco Solar for more information.

Why Choose Revco Solar?

  • We've Been Experts in Your Community Since 1977.

  • Revco Solar Is Family-Owned & Operated.

  • Our Technicians Cover Most of Southern California.

  • We've Installed Over 10,000 Solar Pool Heating Systems.

  • We've Installed Over 1,200 Solar Electric Systems.

  • Our Staff Is Always Helpful, Friendly, and Personable.

  • We're Dedicated to Helping you Save Money and Go Green.

  • We Have an A+ Rating with Better Business Bureau.

Reviews from Our Customers

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  • “Sorry to ramble on, but I feel very strongly about going solar, and I have confidence in Joe Deisenroth.”

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  • “You and your entire company have been fabulous to work with, from the beginning to end. I have referred Revco Solar to several of my neighbors.”

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  • “They showed great pride in their work and took time to explain how the system worked and what could be expected.”

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