The solid fuel boiler has long been used to heat homes and buildings. Traditionally, fuels such as coal, wood or briquettes are used in it. With the growing interest in ecological solutions in heating, many people are wondering about the possibility of using a solid fuel boiler to heat water in the swimming pool. But is it an effective and cost-effective solution?
Ecological choice: Provided we make the right choice of fuel, such as wood from sustainably managed forests, heating a pool with a solid fuel boiler can be more ecological than using electricity or gas.
Economical: In many areas, solid fuels are cheaper compared to electricity or gas, which can save money in the long run.
Energy independence: By using a solid fuel boiler, we become independent from the power grid and fluctuating gas or electricity prices.
Difficulty in temperature control: A solid fuel boiler does not provide such precision in temperature control as modern electric or gas systems.
The need to store fuel: You need to have a place to store wood or coal and remember to add them regularly.
Pool heating with a solid fuel boiler is a solution that has its advantages and disadvantages. While it can be economical and ecological, it also requires extra work and attention. The decision on its choice should be well thought out, taking into account the individual needs and capabilities of the pool owner.