Solar Pool Heating in Ballina

Service Area - Tyagarah down to Evans Head including Byron Bay, Suffolk Park, Lennox Head, Ballina, Wardell Broadwater, Empire Vale & Evans Head, west to Alstonville, Bexhill and surrounding.
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Environmentally Friendly & Cost-Effective

Dive into our selection of solar pool heating systems at Ballina Pool Shop. We stock and supply solar pool heaters for residential properties in Ballina and the Northern Rivers. With a range of heating options available in our shop, we can help you choose the right type for your swimming pool.
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How Solar Pool Heating Works

A solar pool heating system makes use of a pump that absorbs water from the pool through to the solar collector installed on a roof. The pumped water is heated through the sun’s energy before returning to the pool.

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Why You Need a Solar Pool Heater

Solar power heaters typically last up to 20 years. Although they have higher upfront fees, these systems are economical and environmentally friendly. Regardless of the type of pool heating product you prefer, you can save on energy bills as the running costs are minimal. Our solar pool heating options can be installed with an automatic temperature control system. This feature enables homeowners like you to adjust the water temperature of your pool as well as your desired operating times.

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What We Can Help

We can recommend an appropriate size and system that suits your pool heating requirements. Choosing the right product will increase the water temperature by at least 6 degrees Celsius, while also considering the climate condition in your area. If you have a pool cover installed, you can extend pool use by up to 9 months and longer. Let us know your pool heating concerns and we’ll gladly assist. We also have heat pumps and gas heaters to widen your options.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can a solar collector be installed?

Answer: Solar collectors can be installed on a flat roof, preferably north faced. This position is most likely to produce the most energy from the sun’s heat. Additional collectors may be required in some cases to maximise heat absorption.

Can a solar heating system be fitted to an existing pool?

Answer: Absolutely. There are retrofit systems which can easily be installed to existing pools, both new and old. You need not worry about affecting the pool structure when fitting a solar heating system to your pool.

How quickly will a solar pool heater work?

Answer: Although choosing the appropriate size and system contributes to heating a pool, the answer will depend on the climate condition in your area. In warmer climates, it could take up to 2 days for the water temperature to increase. The heating process may extend up to 4 days in cooler climates.