When it comes to choosing the right heater we
realize that it can be very confusing. There are many heaters on the
market. Some of them have different labels that add more confusion.
Some local pool supply stores sell only limited brands and will try to
sell you one of the two brands that they carry. Some even have their
own "name brand" heat pump.
A heat pump is an investment that should
last many years. It is important that you are well informed and can make
an educated choice.
We sell heat pumps every day. This is all we've done since 1999 on the
Internet. We know who offers the best warranty,
the best customer service and the best quality products. Most
importantly, we have had experience with almost every North American
heat pump manufactured over the last twenty five years.
When you get your pool heater installed, 95% of the installation is
finding a licensed electrician to wire the heat pump. Then all you need
to do is glue the two pipes. That is the easy part.
Although Pool Heat Pumps .Com doesn't install heat pumps or do service,
we have the experience from years in the field and we want you to get
the best possible heater for your application. If you need an
electrician, you should get a free quote from 2 or 3 of them, and then
you can make the best choice. Usually the quotes are between $150.00 to
$600.00 depending on the complexity of the job. Some of the
manufacturers also have some people that they like to use too. We can
ask them if you can't find anyone that you like.
Please remember we will try to match other distributor prices and still
give you 100% of our dedicated customer service. We have been in the
swimming pool heating business for 25 years and hope to be here for at
least another 20 years.
If you get a quote for a heat pump from a local contractor, for one
price including installation, make sure that it includes the electrical
wiring. That can sometimes be 95% of the total cost of the installation.
If you have an electrician that you like, many times you can save money
if you let them do the electrical part of the installation. About 1/3 of
our customers glue the two water pipes to the heater themselves. It's
not rocket science. Regardless of where you buy the heater: whether it's
from a store, a contractor or us. The warranty will be handled by the
We are always here for you, contact us if
you have a questions or any issues with a manufacturer.
If you tell us about your area and your weather, we'll be the most
qualified to help you with your pool heater decision.