How do you heat a Pool Enclosure?

A Covers in Play pool enclosure is a lightweight architectural building system specifically designed to protect a pool and/or patio area during inclement weather. Due to solar heat gain, the system also naturally extends the pool season in cooler climates. By adding heat to the area, you can enjoy your swimming pool and patio all year long. No matter how cold the weather.

The best way? Hydronically. Covers in Play engineers design site specific hydronic heating systems for enclosures where heating is required. These economically operated systems can be controlled in situ or remotely and can be programmed to daily, weekly and even vacation modes.

Before you leave the office, tell the system to “warm up, me and the kids’ll be there by 4.”

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6 Responses to How do you heat a Pool Enclosure?

  1. Karen says:

    Do I really need a heating system for year round use of our pool with an enclosure. We live in NY state and it can get pretty cold during the winter.

    • cip says:

      A Covers in Play pool enclosure is the perfect way to keep the weather from ruining your day. Any day, any time of the year. In the summer, it can be closed up on a moment’s notice to prevent a summer storm from forcing you indoors when everyone wants to stay out on the patio and have fun in the pool. It will extend your seasons in the spring and fall, with the solar heat gain of the glazing panels and the warm water of your pool you will gain months of more use of the area. By adding supplementary heating, you can enjoy the pool and patio area through the toughest winters as well. In cooler climates with freezing temperatures outside you can have a warm tropical environment inside. Without heating, a pool and patio area will be unsustainable during the subfreezing weather and the pool will need to be shut down during the coldest winter months

  2. Claudia says:

    Good information. thanks for posting.

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