I'm new to the forum and to Pools, thanks to this forum (trolling for a while) and other resources I have been able to maintain my pools chemicals, cleaning, have upgraded my filter from sand to cartridge, upgraded my pump to variable speed and now I need to install a heat pump. For this I need to pull new electrical and this is were I need your help, I got 3 quotes that ranged from 1,900 to 2,400 I'm on a very low fixed income and the only choice I have is doing the work myself like with the other upgrades. I need to pull new service (125amp) from the main breaker 60 ' to the pool, install a new sub panel install 60 amp breaker for heat pump, 20 amp breaker for the pool pump, 15 amp breaker for pool light, 15 amp breaker for outlet (might combine with pool light) and a 20 amp breaker for possible hot tub in the future. Does that look right to you? If so, what parts do you recommend? I'm going to use GFCI breakers on the pool light and outlet, should I use one on the pool pump? The heat pump manual makes a point not to use it on the 60 amp breaker. Also, my heat pump is a used Hayward HeatPro HP21104T, if anyone has tips on installing the electrical that would be great, I just finished the plumbing.
Thank you for reading and I appreciate your input