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Pool Heating in Merced, California

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Jandy 3000 Heat & Cool Pool Heat Pump

Posted by Jeremy H. California  

My experience in California in Jan and Feb was very skeptical when I forked out $4,000.00 to pay for the top of the line Jandy heat pump for my pool.  I decided to go a little bigger than required. I was told by everyone and anyone in Merced CA,  that "Those heat pump things don't work around here." Marcus repeatedly assured me that they didn't know what they were talking about, and that it would work fine.  I was worried.  The heater arrived FAST.  Nice Fedex semi pulled up front with a hydraulic lift, wheeled it right to my garage.  I contacted my local pool company and they agreed to install it for $600 as long as I knew "It wouldn't work this time of year."  I said I knew this, but that I wanted to get a jump on Summer.  The install was a deal as far as I'm concerned. They put in a separate sub-panel from my breaker box, 2 different valves...etc... a bunch of stuff for the money.  I'm just glad I didn't  The guy knew exactly what he was doing even though he hadn't installed a Jandy before. 

I fired it up Tuesday morning and the pool was 46 degrees (COLD) and outside temp was 50 degrees.  72 hours later  the pool was 74 degrees.  With average daily air temps of 55 degrees, I keep the pool covered all but the hour that I swim each day.  I have found that I only have to run the heater 5 hours (6 max ) a day to keep it between 72 and 74 as long as it is covered.  Now that the pool is above 70, the heat coming out of the jets is VERY warm.   In fact, I was surprised at the volume of water that this heat pump can crank out each minute. I was also surprised at the warmth at which it  comes out.  I purchased the hot gas exchange option for a little extra for those days below 45 degrees, and although I don't even think I have had to use this option yet, I'm planning on using it next January.  In the mean time, I am extremely pleased. 

I am now using my pool all 12 months of the year.  It is cool to step out of the water at 9 at night and see the steam rise off of your body into the 45 degree air.  Again, I thought that these heat pumps were too good sounding to be true, but let me tell you, technology has come a long way, and their efficiency is staggering.  I feel sorry for people with solar and gas.  In may when the air warms up a bit, I plan on bumping my pool up to 90 degrees for parties on the weekends.  I don't feel like spending that kind of money now. One very interesting note.  The technician that installed the pump after completing the installation said "yeah, I think these things are the way to go, I might look into one of them for my pool."  Haaa Haaa PS, feel free to use me as a reference.

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