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Heliocol Step-by-Step

Step by Step

Solaron installs Heliocol solar pool heating systems all over the Bay Area and Sacramento. No doubt you’ve seen those soft black solar collector panels on rooftops in countless neighborhoods. Perhaps it got you wondering if Heliocol solar pool heating systems are right for your pool. If so, you may be curious what the installation process looks like. To give you an idea of what to expect, let’s walk through the typical process of installing the system on a residential property.

Step 1: Consultation and Site Evaluation (1-2 hours)
A Solaron technician visits your home or property to evaluate your swimming pool and determine the best placement for the solar collectors. They take measurements and assess the property’s sun exposure to ensure maximum efficiency.

Step 2: Customized Proposal (1-2 days)
After the site evaluation, the Solaron team creates a customized proposal, including a detailed breakdown of the installation process, the cost of the system, and the expected savings on your energy bill. They also discuss any potential challenges to the installation process – such as access to the pool, the height and grade of your roof, and whether you intend to install photovoltaic solar panels at any point.

Step 3: Installation (1-3 days, depending on the size of the system)
Once all the fine points are ironed out, the Solaron team begins the installation process. They install the solar collectors on the roof of the house and connect them to the pool’s plumbing system – typically with plastic piping. Water flow leaving the filter tanks flows through the solar collectors and continues its journey to your pool with a higher temperature. The installation itself is often rather quick, but our expert installers at Solaron always maintain the highest standards at every step. After the installation, the Solaron team verifies that the system is intact, and no obstructions are present.

Step 4: Testing and Training (1-2 hours)
After the installation is complete, the Solaron team tests the system to ensure that it’s working properly. They usually test the water flow and system components, adjusting them along a common range of settings. They also provide you with training on how to operate and maintain the system. They often take you through a one-on-one demonstration, answering your questions as they proceed. The result is a warm and comfortable pool that you can enjoy for an extended swimming season. Not only that, but you save money on your energy bill, as the Heliocol system is much more energy-efficient than traditional pool heaters.

At Solaron, we are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality solar pool heating systems and installations. If you’re interested in learning more about how a Heliocol solar pool heating system could benefit your swimming pool, give us a call in Sacramento or the Bay Area. You can also schedule a free solar analysis using our online form. Our team of experts is ready to help you get the most out of your swimming pool – and save money on your energy bill while doing so!

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