Edited to say: Looks like I put this in the wrong forum. Sorry!!
As stated before, my husband doesn't like to swim and doesn't like the pool. Part because a) he's tight - it costs money to have a pool! lol b) He can't swim and c) he's cold blooded and water has to be nearing 90 seems like for him to want to be in it. (the kids and I will swim at 70 sometimes though).
My mom also LOVES to swim, but is also cold blooded, so while she wants to swim all the time, she can't.
So, we talked about getting a heater for our pool. In the summer, the kids and I are in the pool constantly, so if dh wants to spend time with us, we need to figure out a way for him to get in.
Someone near here has a Hayward 100,000 BTU H100LD heater for sale. First, would that even do anything to heat my pool (21x41x54? - about 23k gallons). Second, they claim that it can use either natural gas or LP - but according to the Hayward website, the LP is one model number while the natural gas is another. We are in the country, so need the LP for sure. Third, what would all be involved? I would probably just get another LP tank from the gas company - a smaller one than the one we already have and mount it by the pool so we don't have a ton of expenses involved with piping. We also do not have a solar cover. We just use Solar Sun Rings. We'd probably have to get a cover to hold that heat in - but that would require a whole crank/reel system because of the size of our pool. Am I correct in thinking that?
What else would we need to think about?!
Thanks yet AGAIN!!!