As summer approaches, it’s time to think about how to get the most out of your waste heat pool heating system. In order to maximize efficiency, there are several measures you can take.

Firstly, check that all the components of your system are working properly and that nothing needs replacing or repairing. This is especially important if your system is older than five years, as components like pumps and valves may need replacing. It’s also important to make sure that the pool’s water-level is correct, as this will ensure that the pump is working at its maximum efficiency. Additionally, it’s always a good idea to have an annual maintenance check carried out on your system by an expert in order to keep everything running smoothly.

Secondly, consider installing a heat and chill recovery system which can increase the efficiency of your waste heat pool heating system by up to 20%. These systems work by transferring heat from the pool’s water back into the house during winter months, thereby reducing heating costs. In summer they work in reverse – they transfer cool air from inside the house into the pool’s water, thus reducing cooling costs. It has been estimated that these systems can save up to $500 in energy bills over a year – a significant saving for any household!

Finally, you should consider using the design and installation services of Euroheat Australia who have over 30 years experience in designing and constructing hydronic heating and cooling systems for Perth homes. They will be able to advise you on how best to maximize efficiency for your particular waste heat pool heating system and will install it for you so that you know it has been done correctly.

By following these steps you can ensure that your waste heat pool heating system is running at maximum efficiency during summer months – saving you money on energy bills now and in future!

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