Build a heated pool, you need to know – There are several types and forms of pool if we speak only of in ground pools , above-ground pools that are often offered in kit , natural pools, oval or rectangular pools round , square, etc. . In short, there is something for everyone . They can both be installed on the inside and out , provided that the owners of the house have enough space in both cases.
Construction of a swimming pool, whether in the walls of the house or in the garden , are quite significant if we only speak grading or leveling , etc … except when it is supplied as a kit pool . The cost of these works also depend on the size and type of pool selected, but in any case , it is always a good investment.
Use and operation of the heated pool
A heated swimming pool has many advantages . First, it can swim in any season and does not limit the pleasures of water at summer. Then, it is beneficial for people who suffer from joint or rheumatic pain because the effect of hot water on parts of the body , the temperature is between 25 ° and 28 ° C, is recognized beneficial long . Finally , have a heated swimming pool is a luxury we can afford yet cheap , if you can find an appropriate facility .
Speaking of this facility , you should know that there are two main methods of heating a pool. First, there is the solar heating which is very simple to use and is particularly suitable for in-ground pools . Solar collectors in the form of panels or a special black tarp first settled by the pool , on the ground or overhead . Next, the pool water is recovered and then gradually fed through these sensors by a pump . The water is thus heated by the solar energy before being reinjected into the pond . To fully benefit from this type of ecological installation, you must choose a good location, that is to say a very sunny spot throughout the year. This type of installation is more suitable in tropical countries or in the Mediterranean region . Solar heating can also be used for indoor pools , but in this case, the light is first converted into energy and heat by a transformer , or heat exchanger, before being redistributed throughout the house and used between other pool heating .
The second system is to heat the swimming pool with the aid of a traditional heating , that is to say, using gas or electricity. In this case , the water is heated directly from the central boiler system wherein the filtration of the pool , which circulates continuously and the cleaning water should be connected. Small heaters placed in the equipment room by the pool or in the pool itself are also commercially available but their price is quite high compared to solar heating. Moreover, gas bills and electricity tend to be saltier with the use of a heated swimming pool , so make the right choice from the construction of the pool. Finally, it should be noted that heaters , whether solar or traditional type, can both be installed on an existing pool as a swimming pool under construction. In the first case , devices and sensors will necessarily be placed near the pool while in the second , they can be integrated into the plumbing system.
Heated pool, regulation and maintenance
Must first know that the erection of any pool, heated or not , the surface exceeds 20 m² for houses under construction , or 100 m² in case of higher than home construction, requires the prior obtaining a building permit from the Town Hall. In addition, the owners of the pool must ensure that they do not interfere with the neighborhood and do not encroach on land adjoining their property . Once built the pool , it must be regularly cleaned . The water surface can be treated with a dip daily while the interior of the basin will be with chlorine or bromine so frequent . Algaecides and flocculants should also be used in the pool to prevent the formation of micro -organisms harmful to health. Finally, the pool must be completely emptied at least twice a year to be able to repaint the bottom and repairing small cracks that may appear.