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Thread: Heat/Cool pump

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    Sep 2016
    Wimberley Texas

    Heat/Cool pump

    TX weather is insane, we can have snow one day and shorts weather the next , we would like the pool at a somewhat steady temp all year for that reason. We did notice last summer (first year pool) that the water was almost bathtub like in August so we would like cooler during those last couple of summer months.

    Looking for recommendations on an electric pump that will both heat and cool. Any suggestions? If anyone has experience in installation of these advice would be appreciated as well.
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    Jul 2012
    Tallahassee, FL

    Re: Heat/Cool pump

    Cooling can be as easy as this:

    Skippy's New Fountain

    If you run it overnight you should notice a decrease in the temp of the pool. Just remember it will push your PH up so have the muratic acid ready.

    As for heating the Raypack brand of heaters is what I see recommended the most.

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