Question: How many gallons of propane does it take to heat a pool?

Heres why: the average propane pool heater burns about 1 gallon of propane per hour per 100,000 Btus. Since a propane pool heater for a standard-sized pool (~21,000 gallons) outputs 400,000 Btus, you will burn about four gallons of propane per hour.

Is it expensive to heat a pool with propane?

Propane pool heaters are highly efficient. On average, it takes about one gallon per hour per 100,000 BTUs to operate. Depending on the size of your pool and other factors that affect the price, you can expect to spend about $8-13 for every hour on propane. Smaller pools will cost less to heat compared to larger pools.

Is a propane pool heater worth it?

Propane as a fuel has several merits; it is more energy rich than natural gas, which means you will use less to heat your pool. Even though natural gas produces fewer BTUs per cubic feet, the gas is also much less expensive.

How long does it take to heat a 10000 gallon pool?

It depends on the size of your pool but a 116 BTU heater will raise 10000 gallons of water about 1.4 degrees per hour. 20000 gallons 0.7 degree per hour.

How much does it cost to heat a 30 000 gallon pool?

The average cost is between $1,500 and $3,000 depending on the water temperature you set. This is for heating from May 1 through September 30.

What temperature should I heat my pool to?

What Is the Perfect Temperature? Pool water temperatures typically run between 78 and 82 degrees. Any cooler than 78 and you will feel chilled when you exit the pool. Any warmer than 82 and the pool will feel like bath water.

Is 85 degrees warm for a pool?

According to The United States Water Fitness Association, water temperatures for younger children and the elderly will generally need warmer temperatures ranging from 84 to 94 degrees Fahrenheit, while a comfortable pool temperature for adults is 85 to 89 degrees.

Is 75 degrees too cold to swim?

When is the water warm enough to swim in? According to the National Oceanographic Data Center, 70-78 degrees is where most people feel comfortable swimming. I have found that a water temperature of 70-78 degrees is a bit cold for most of us north Texans.

Should I leave my pool heater on overnight?

Conclusion. It is not advisable to heat your pool at night because of the time and energy it will consume. Youre advised to heat your pool during the day for more efficiency, and if you can, buy a solar blanket to retain the temperature of your pool.

Is it cheaper to keep pool heater on all the time?

The efficiency of the heater? Physicist: The correct answer is always to leave the heater off for as long as possible, as often as possible. The one and only gain from leaving a pool heater on is that it will be warm when you get in. The same is true of all heaters (pool, car, space, whatever).

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