New Build in West Houston Area - PB

back_yard_lap_pool

Silver Supporter
Jun 16, 2016
263
Texas
Here is hoping the heater does it's job without breaking the bank!
So after a few months of heating this Houston “winter”, I have found that the pool loses around 2 degrees a day. It takes roughly 1 MMBTU of gas per degree to heat it back up, so that works out to about $12.50 a day in heating costs for 2 MMBTU’s, or about $375 a month. Costs are heading down as the weather warms though.
 

nobueno

Silver Supporter
Sep 25, 2019
76
Erie, CO
Wow, just read through the whole thread. Amazing pool but so heartbreaking when the hurricane came through. Hope you're all recovered and enjoying the pool.
 

back_yard_lap_pool

Silver Supporter
Jun 16, 2016
263
Texas
Hey TFP gang - it’s been a while since I last logged on. We finally put the finishing touches on our pool and spliced the remainder of the build time lapse together.
It has some fun “swim practice” shots towards the end too.

(Best viewed in 1080P on a big screen if that’s an option)

Hope you enjoy!

BYLP

 
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