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Santa Ana Solar Pool Heating

Revco Solar Has What Your Pool Needs!

One of the advantages of living in Southern California is being able to enjoy pool weather for months at a time. Yet to make the investment of a pool fully worth it, you’ll want to be able to use it year-round, and to do that, you’ll want to put in a pool heater. Sadly, the cost of heating the average pool is often prohibitively expensive, and the larger the pool you have, the more costly it tends to be.

Fortunately, now there’s a better way to warm your pool up, using a heater that never runs out of power: the sun! At Revco Solar, we provide Santa Ana solar pool heating service that will ensure you never have to waste money on a natural gas or electric heater again. Enjoy comfortable pool temperatures throughout the seasons, by using solar equipment which collects heat from sunlight and transfers it to your pool water where it’s recirculated for your enjoyment. For better temperatures which won’t drive up your monthly energy bill, call Revco Solar for solar pool heating today.

To speak to our Santa Ana solar professionals about the installation process for more information, just dial (949) 531-7320 now.

Why Solar Pool Heating Is Right for Your Santa Ana Home:

  1. It’s better for the environment: Although there are many advantages to choosing solar pool heating for your pool over a traditional heating system, it’s impossible to ignore the obvious benefit this choice has for the environment. If you’re looking for ways to cut down on your use of greenhouse gases and upgrade your property at the same time, using solar power to heat your pool if a great choice. Unlike traditional pool heaters, which rely on natural gas or electricity, solar power generates fully renewable energy, all thanks to the power of the sun.
  2. It’s more cost-effective: Traditional pool heaters not only cost money to install, but continue to cost you money in energy costs. But because of the added energy savings you get by going solar, heater installation pretty much pays for itself in 2-4 years!
  3. It’s more reliable: Because solar pool heaters are powered by the sun rather than electrical components, you won’t have to worry about faulty fuel valves or other heating elements breaking down on you.
  4. It allows you to swim year-round: As we already covered above, solar heating is the best way to enjoy your pool throughout every month of the year, without worrying about how much money you’re spending to heat it!

Precise Control. Superior Performance. Revco Solar.

We know what you’re thinking: are solar heating systems always on? What if you want your heater shut off from time to time? Of course, this is very possible. Solar heating systems collect water through your pool pump and run it through plastic tubes which heat up in the sun. This heated water is then pumped back into your pool. When you shut off the pump, it shuts off the heater, allowing your pool to cool off and return to its natural temperature.


“But what if I want to use my heater and the sun isn’t out?”, you may be asking. Don’t worry! Solar pool heaters work in any weather! Solar heating systems absorb heat from direct sunlight, so they are able to collect heat any time the sun is out— even during winter! For longer swim seasons that cost less money, the choice is clear. Hire Revco solar to install a solar pool heater at your Santa Ana home today.

Want to get an installation quote? Call our solar experts now at (949) 531-7320, or contact us online for more information.

Reviews from Our Customers

  • “Had my pool contractors communicated with me like Robert and Ralph did, I wouldn't have had half the problems I ended up having.”

    Twila DeVei

  • “The installers were very friendly and everything looked great when they left.”

    Cory and Kasey Hinsz

  • “You have restored our faith in contractors!”

    Ben and Mary Feldstein

  • “You guys did a great job!”

    Kyle W.

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

    Sue Tubman