Some of us crave that shocking, refreshing rush we get from jumping into a cool pool when the weather
outside is stifling hot. Others prefer a relaxing dip in a less frigid pool to easing our way into a cold pool
until we have goosebumps on every portion of our body.
Even in Florida, pool water can become chilly at times. The Red Cross recommends a temperature of 78
degrees for competitive swimmers. A temperature of 78 degrees is also the perfect temperature for
ideal fuel cost savings. However, even 78 degrees can be a bit frosty for little kids and older folks.
The temperature you choose will determine the size of the heater you will require for your pool, as well
as your heating costs. The good news is that in warmer climates such as Florida, heating your pool to 78
degrees doesn’t cost a whole heck of a lot. Additionally, you can turn the heat down or off when you will
not be using your pool for a few days. Contrary to popular belief, this saves more money that it would
cost to heat your pool back up.
SE Pool and Spa in New Smyrna Beach is heating things up with hot deals on some cool items for your
pool! Come check us out. We have a wide array of affordable toys, games, cleaning supplies, chemicals,
gadgets and more. SE Pools is conveniently located on Dixie Freeway.