Relaxation is one of the greatest benefits of pool ownership. How you relax, of course, is completely up to you. Some pool owners prefer a slipping into a warm, comfortable pool, letting all the pressures of a long day melt away. Others find their stress-relief in the form of swimming laps. No matter how you unwind, your pool should be ready when you are. One thing is for certain - a pool that is uncomfortably cold is far from relaxing.
Are you recovering from an injury or health condition, and could benefit from the therapeutic power of a warm, comfortable pool? Aquatic therapy and rehabilitation is especially useful for patients with arthritis or other joint pains, as well as healing fractured bones or other injuries. The hydrostatic pressure of water is proven to decrease swelling and improve overall joint position awareness.
One key element of aquatic therapy is the warmth of the pool water. Warm water submersion assists in relaxation of your muscles, and also increases blood flow to injured areas. Patients with muscle spasms, back pain, and fibromyalgia find this aspect of aquatic therapy especially therapeutic.
To experience all the benefits of warm water, especially if your schedule limits you to using the pool after the sun goes down, you're going to need a pool heater.
Unfortunately, in order to keep a large body of water like a swimming pool at the proper temperature uses massive amounts of energy. Energy that comes from the burning of fossil-fuels like natural gas, propane, or coal. A Solar Industries Solar Pool Heater uses the sun's endless supply of free energy to warm your pool to the perfect temperature, without the expensive energy bills generally associated with a heated pool.