If you’ve ever thought about heating your pool but have been put off by the cost, then you should consider waste heat pool heating as an option. Waste heat pool heating systems use the energy from the air around us and convert it into usable heat – and it can save you a lot of money in the long run.

In this article, we’ll take a look at how to compare the costs of waste heat pool heating to other methods, and why it might be worth considering for your home. We’ll also explore the benefits of installing a heat and chill recovery system – which can further reduce your energy costs.

Comparing Costs

When comparing costs, it’s important to look at both initial and ongoing costs. Waste heat pool heating systems are typically more expensive to install than other methods (such as solar-powered or electric). However, they are often cheaper to run in the long term due to their efficiency. This means that while you may pay more upfront for installation, you can save money over time by not having to pay for electricity or gas bills.

For example, the initial cost of installing a waste heat pool heating system is between $6,000-$10,000 depending on your needs. This compares with between $2,500-$7,500 for solar-powered systems or between $3,500-$9,000 for electric systems. However when looking at running costs over 20 years (the estimated lifespan of most systems) waste heat pool heating is typically cheaper than both electric and solar-powered systems – resulting in potential savings of up to 70%.

So while waste heat pool heating may seem expensive at first glance, it could actually save you money in the long run.

Heat & Chill Recovery System Benefits

Another way to reduce energy costs is through installing a heat and chill recovery system – which can reduce energy consumption even further by recycling energy that would otherwise be wasted. A typical installation will include an air source unit which extracts hot air from inside your home and recycles it into usable energy; as well as an outdoor source unit which takes advantage of cooler external temperatures to cool your home during hot weather – reducing strain on your air conditioning unit.

Heat and chill recovery systems can provide significant energy savings – up to 50% on electricity bills – as well as adding value to your property through improved insulation levels and making it easier for you to control temperatures throughout your home.

Design & Installation Services from Euroheat Australia

If you’re looking for reliable design & installation services when considering installing a waste heat pool heating system or a heat & chill recovery system then Euroheat Australia is well worth considering. They are experienced Perth engineers & installers who have been designing & constructing hydronic cooling & heating systems for over 30 years – providing expert advice tailored specifically to meet each individual customer’s needs. They also offer competitive pricing across all projects – so if you’re looking for quality service without breaking the bank then Euroheat Australia is one option worth exploring further!

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