Swimming Pool Heaters

We all love taking a refreshing dip when the temperatures are rising, but when it’s cold outside and you feel like a swim, it’s time to turn to the warmth of swimming pool heaters.

At Sunsetter Pools, we know that making the decision to invest in the right type of pool heaters will be the first step in helping you to dive in and enjoy swimming in your backyard oasis all year round. From the power of solar through to using gas, it all comes down to personal preference and the best option to suit your pool set up.

If you aren’t sure where to start when it comes to pool heaters, Sunsetter Pools is here to warm you up with all the details. Each type of heater offers its own advantages and downside, so it’s best to weigh up your needs and preferences before deciding.


How will you choose to heat?
Three of the main options we recommend at Sunsetter Pools when it comes to heating your pool include electric, gas and solar.

Swimming Pool Heat Pumps

Technologically advanced with variable, multi-speed designs, these state of the art pool pumps are capable of doing the job in a way that uses less energy and are whisper quiet.

Suitable for use in all seasons, from intensive defrosting to taking the chill out of the pool, the Heat Pumps are not only energy efficient but can also be teamed up with wi-fi technology so you can control your pool temperature from anywhere!
Team this innovative technology with our range of pool blankets and rollers for even more benefits.

Pool Heater Pump
Heat Pump Pool
Electric Pool Heaters

Gas Swimming Pool Heaters

Gas heaters, which are typically powered by propane or natural gas, are popular for their quick heating capabilities – primarily used for spas.

They work by burning fuel to generate heat, which is then transferred to the pool water via a heat exchanger.
Gas heaters are known for their efficiency and ability to heat larger amounts of water quickly.

This is perfect if you want the temperature raised in a hurry, especially if diving into a freezing pool is already giving you the shivers!

The downside to this option kicks in if gas prices aren’t on your budget level, making them a little more expensive to operate.

Gas Heating pools
Zodiac-Gas-Heater-Swimming Pool
gas pool heater

Solar Swimming Pool Heaters

If you feel like utilising the power of the sun to heat the water, this is the way to go.

A more environmentally friendly option, a solar heater usually consists of a number of solar panels installed close by to the pool where water is circulated through and heated before being returned to the pool.
Due to the way they operate, using the power of sunlight, solar heaters have lower operating costs. Their effectiveness is impacted when the weather doesn’t play the game or if they are located in areas that don’t see much in the way of sunlight. Despite this, they offer a long-term cost-effective solution and can significantly extend the swimming season if that’s what you’re looking for.

Rigid Solar Pool Heating
Rigid Solar Pool Heating
Roof Top Solar Heating Pool

If it’s time to get the pool warmed up, get in touch with Sunsetter Pools and we’ll guide you through your options.