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    British Columbia

    Heating a freshley filled pool

    I was just wondering what is the most effective way in heating up the water in a pool fool of cold tap water but paying very little money to nothing ??? Any ideas???

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    Re: Heating a freshley filled pool

    welcome to TFP

    Solar cover, 8 mil is the cheapest and easiest option to heat a pool
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    Re: Heating a freshley filled pool

    Hoses laid out in the sun full of water and added every hour or so. Not much water but it will be warmer than "fresh" water.

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