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Pool Heaters in Shreveport, LA by Hall's Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration

When you live in as hot and humid a climate as we do, being able to take a refreshing dip in the pool in your own backyard is an immense luxury. Of course, it doesn’t necessarily have to be swelteringly hot out in order to justify going for a swim. The problem is that the water temperature may not always be cooperative when the urge for a quick swim strikes. That is why you may want to consider the installation of a pool heater in Shreveport, LA.

A pool heater can help you to get more enjoyment out of your pool for a greater portion of the year by heating your pool to comfortable water temperatures. This means that you won’t have to climb out as early in the night just because the temperature outside is cooling off. It also allows you to swim later into the year without sacrificing comfort. Just keep in mind the fact that a knowledgeable and skilled professional must install and service your pool heater. Call Hall's Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration in order to guarantee that this is the case.

Hall's Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration provides pool heater installation, maintenance, and repair services near Shreveport, LA and the surrounding areas.

We Install and Service Pool Heaters

A pool heater installation is something that only a qualified technician can handle, and for a number of reasons. First and foremost is safety. Any time that you are dealing with electricity and wiring in the vicinity of water, due diligence is an absolute necessity to ensure not only the safety of the installer, but also that of those using the equipment post–installation. When we install your pool heater, you can count on it operating as safely as it does effectively.

It is important too that your pool heater is the right size for your pool. This will require the sizing analysis of your pool, so that its heating needs and your temperature expectations can be met by the pool heater that you invest in. There is no point, obviously, in investing in a pool heater capable of producing far more heat than you’ll ever need. However, you also don’t want to be too conservative, or you’ll wind up with a pool heater that cannot meet your heating demands. When you work with us, you’ll have a pool heater that is optimal for the heating of your pool.

In addition to guaranteeing that your pool heater installation is of the highest caliber, it is necessary that you have your pool heater maintained on an annual basis. Pool heaters are subject to scaling, as well as general wear and tear. Such issues can lead to operational problems over time, but they can be alleviated with routine maintenance. Should you find that your pool heater is not functioning properly, make sure that you dial our number to have it repaired as soon as possible.

Heat Pump vs. Gas Heaters Pool Heaters

Like residential heating systems, pool heaters may make use of different fuel sources in order to heat their designated space. Gas pool heaters are probably still the most commonly used, and may burn either natural gas or propane in order to heat a pool. Natural gas is preferred by many, but propane is an option to consider if you do not have access to natural gas. Gas pool heaters are quite efficient, and are ideal for heating pools quickly. However, they may not be the most energy efficient option available to you.

You are also wise to consider the installation of a heat pump pool heater on your property. Heat pump pool heaters do not generate heat, but instead use heat already existing in the air in order to heat the water. This heat is absorbed by refrigerant, and the warm gas is compressed in the compressor. The heat from the gas then transfers to the cooler water of the pool. This is great for heating a pool very efficiently, but may not work as quickly as gas options. Heat pump pool heaters are effective when the temperature outside is above the 45?–50? level. Contact a professional here at Hall's Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration if you need any further help in determining which pool heater is right for your needs.