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Can a Swimming Pool Heat Pump be Installed Indoors?

Indoor swimming pools have always been popular, especially in regions where cold winters take the fun out of swimming outdoors. Not only are indoor pools easier to maintain, since there is little debris to find its way into the water, but you can also enjoy a swim regardless of the…

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Should I Clean the Coil of My Swimming Pool Heat Pump/Heater?

A swimming pool heat pump is a significant investment in your family's entertainment, health, and social life. As with any investment, you want to make sure to protect it, and that means performing regular main maintenance. Keeping your unit properly maintained will not only ensure top performance, but will also…

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Winterizing A Swimming Pool Heat Pump To Extend Your Pool Season

Summer is sadly coming to an end. Therefore, it's time to get your swimming pool equipment ready for the upcoming winter. In this article we will focus on winterizing your AquaCal® heat pump. Failure to winterize your heat pump may result in serious freeze damage not covered under warranty. Because…

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Heater Panel Cover For The Digital Control Pad on Pool Heat Pump

AquaCal swimming pool heat pumps are built with corrosion resistant cabinets and titanium heat exchangers. This prevents damage from the sun's strong UV rays and from corrosion, especially in coastal locations and areas that experience severe summers, such as Florida. While these features protect the case and extend the life…

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Should I Shut My Heat Pump Off at The Breaker When Not in Use?

We receive this question frequently from pool owners in colder states within the USA, and from countries that experience cold winter seasons. Unlike those more fortunate, whose weather allows them to enjoy their pool year-round, the brutal winters experienced in some places do not give pool owners that option. When…

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