Using rooftop solar panels to heat a pool in the Wintertide season

During the day, these panels soak up energy from the sun and convert it into electricity to charge a battery that powers the heating system for our swimming pool

After several years of diligent saving, my partner and I finally got to use our new swimming pool for the particularly first time. We’ve had the new pool under construction for the past month while the pool installation company builds it from the ground up. Despite the additional costs, every one of us chose ornate ceramic tiles for the base of the swimming pool. We could have saved money by forgoing some of the unnecessary aesthetic splurges, but every one of us wanted to add as much value to the house as possible. I couldn’t be happier with the result. It looks savor a giant and exquisite piece of artwork. I can’t wait to use the new swimming pool all year round. Despite residing in a warm temperature, every one of us still tend to get cold weather throughout the Wintertide season. Even if it’s only 65 degrees outside, the water is going to be too cold to use for swimming. We bought a heating system for the swimming pool, but not just any oil furnace. This pool heating system derives its power from a series of solar panels that were installed on the top of our house’s roof. During the day, these panels soak up energy from the sun and convert it into electricity to charge a battery that powers the heating system for our swimming pool. As long as it hasn’t been mornings of overcast weather, these solar panels give us on demand heat for our swimming pool while I was in the cold Wintertide season. They’re completely self-sufficient and genuinely power the pool’s oil furnace. I wish I could get solar energy for the rest of my house, and solar panels on the top of a car someday in the far-off future.

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