Sunday, October 30, 2011

Solar Pool Covers

How's the weather in your place? Are you ready for the Halloween this week? We all know that in most places, the Halloween this year would be different and exciting because the snow is showing up. Gosh! Winter is so early right? Do you miss the summer? I bet you miss swimming in your pool and enjoyed the sunbathing moment with your friends. Anyway, winter is here and so; it is time to cover the family pool. Are you planning to buy solar pool covers? Check out the link and find the pool covers that best suit on your budget. What is the theory behind pool covers anyway? As I read through, I gathered that pool cover is based on raising the pool water temperature by absorbing sunlight during the day. It will also retain the heat at night and preserving the heat which is generated by a solar pool heating system, heat pump, or gas heater. It is good to cover the pool because covers float flat on pool surface and it keeps the water free of debris. It also reduces overall pool water evaporation as much as 95 percent and reduces heat loss due to rapid night time evaporation. Did you know that it reduces the cleaning time and deterioration of water quality? Visit the link for more information today!

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