How To Warm Up Inflatable Pool Water? [Updated!]

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Getting into the mood for some summer fun? Why not warm up your inflatable pool and bring out your swimsuits and goggles? For those who love the feeling of floating on a comfortable pool of water, this article will tell you the best way to achieve that feeling without having to break the bank.

Add More Heat

There are two ways to make your pool water warmer: add more heat or take some away. To add more heat, you can always purchase a pool heater from any reputable pool store. These heaters run on electricity and will keep your pool water at the desired temperature. If you choose this route, make sure to buy one that has a thermostat so you do not end up heating your pool more than you need to. It is also a good idea to purchase a heater that has some memory so it can learn your preferences and adapt accordingly when you use it for the first time. As a general rule of thumb, larger sizes of inflatable pools are better heated than smaller ones because the bigger the pool, the more space there is to heat it. Also, make sure to clean out your pool’s pump and heater regularly to keep them in good condition and ensure the efficiency of the equipment. If you are going to be outside in the sun for a long time, it is also a good idea to purchase an umbrella to shade you from the heat.

Let The Air Out

Another way of warming up your pool water is to let the air out. As the air gets deflated, the temperature of the water will drop causing you to either freeze or drown. To do this, you will need to either have your pool filled with a heating medium or purchase an air pump in order to add more air to your pool. When adding more air to your pool, it is always a good idea to let some out so the temperature of the water does not drop too quickly causing you to get hurt or drowned. Letting air out of your pool will take some time so that the temperature of the water can even out but it is still a popular choice among parents who want to keep an eye on their children while in the water. This is why most pools now come with a built-in air pump so you do not have to run around holding an air pump all day.

How Long Does It Take To Warm Up A Pool?

The time it takes for your pool to heat up depends on several factors. The first one is how large is your pool and what is its shape (if it is rectangular, the longer it takes for the water to come to temperature compared to a circle pool). The second one is how often you use your pool (the more you use it, the sooner the water will warm up). And the third one is how long you leave it outside (if you leave it outside for a longer time, the water will cool off quicker). In most cases, it takes a couple of hours for the pool to reach the desired temperature which is perfect for relaxing after a long day at work or school. Just make sure to check the weather so you do not end up using more energy than necessary.

What Should You Watch Out For?

There are a few things you should keep an eye out for when using either of the above methods to heat your pool. For instance, make sure that the heater is waterproof and that the air pump does not leak. If you discover that either of them are faulty, it would be best to get a replacement right away before you start using them. Also, make sure to clean your pool’s water chemistry and filter regularly so that the water remains clear and tasting great. If there is any kind of odd smell coming from your pool, it could be an indication that something is wrong with your equipment.

Hopefully, this article will help you warm up your pool water in an eco-friendly manner and have some fun in the process. If you want to take your inflatable swimming further than the ordinary and desire more functionality, make sure to check out our other articles on how to properly set up an inflatable kayak or canoe, or an inflatable stand up paddle board (SUP). Thanks for reading! We hope this article will help you achieve thermal comfort in your pool.

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