Pool Heat Pumps Costa del Sol

Extend the swimming season or make use of your swimming pool year round with an efficent, quiet and discreet heat pump. We cover Estepona, Duquesa, San Pedro de Alcantara, Benahavis, Marbella, Puerto Banus, Nueva Andalucia, Rio Real, Elviria, Cabopino, Mijas and Fuengirola

Advantages of swimming pool heat pumps:

1. Energy efficiency: Heat pumps consume significantly less energy compared to traditional heating methods, as they primarily utilize electricity to transfer heat rather than generating it.

2. Eco-friendliness: Heat pumps have a lower carbon footprint as they rely on renewable energy sources (air) and do not burn fossil fuels. Air source heaters are more efficent and cost effective when compared to oil or gas burners.

3. Consistent heating: Heat pumps provide a reliable and consistent water temperature throughout the swimming season.

4. Extended swimming season: With a pool heat pump, you can extend the swimming season  (April – October) by heating the water when it would typically be too cold. If the correct size heater is used with a cover you could enjoy year round heated swimming.

swimming pool heat pump
swimming pool heater

Swimming pool heat pumps offer an efficient and eco-friendly way to heat pool water, providing a comfortable swimming experience for a more extended period while reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions. Before selecting a heat pump, it’s essential to consider the climate, pool size, and efficiency ratings to ensure the most suitable unit for your specific needs. Please contact us with details of your pool and we will be happy to provide a quotation for the supply and installation of your new swimming pool heater.

About heat pumps

Swimming pool heat pumps are energy-efficient devices designed to heat pool water by utilizing the surrounding air.

They offer a cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional heating methods like gas or electric heaters.

These pumps work on the same principles as air conditioners but in reverse. Instead of extracting heat from the air and dissipating it outside, they absorb heat from the air and transfer it into the pool water.


Call For a Quote:

+34 671 528 235


Swimming pool heat pumps are a popular choice on the Costa del Sol as it extends the time the pool can be used from just the summer months to year round. Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) about heat pumps:

What is a swimming pool heat pump?

A swimming pool heat pump is a device designed to heat the water in a swimming pool efficiently and cost-effectively. It extracts heat from the surrounding air (air source heater), even at lower temperatures, and transfers it to the pool water, raising its temperature.

How long does it take for a swimming pool heat pump to heat the pool?

The time it takes to heat a pool depends on various factors, such as the size of the pool, the desired temperature increase, the outdoor temperature, and the heat pump’s capacity. 

Are swimming pool heat pumps noisy?

They emit a low-level humming sound during operation, which is not disruptive. Some units have a silent mode and are as quiet as 30dBA, similar to that of a fridge.

What size swimming pool heat pump do I need?

Selecting the right size heat pump depends on your pool’s volume, the desired temperature increase, and the average ambient temperature in your area. Consulting with a professional pool heat pump installer can help determine the appropriate size for your specific needs.

Is professional installation necessary for a swimming pool heat pump?

Professional installation is highly recommended for a swimming pool heat pump. Proper installation ensures optimal performance, safety, and efficiency. Additionally, expert installers can help with sizing, placement, and integration with your existing pool equipment.

Contact Us

Dpto Administrativo, Comercial Las Petunias I Local 4, San Pedro Alcántara

+34 671 528 235

+34 952 781 939


Areas Covered:

Estepona, Duquesa, San Pedro de Alcantara, Benahavis, Marbella, Puerto Banus, Nueva Andalucia, Rio Real, Elviria, Cabopino, Mijas and Fuengirola

Need Help?