Pumps / Heating Solutions 
The pump is the main part of the swimming pool circulation system. The pump pushes water into the filtration system and then back out again. Several things will effect how much time you need to run the pump/filtration system such as the size of the pool, how often it's used, and its exposure to outside elements. Conserving energy is important to everyone. At Premier Pools we are here to guide you to selecting the best energy efficient solution for your pool system needs. We have top of the line products from Hayward that are backed by the 3 year Totally Hayward warranty. We can stand with Hayward because the quality and reputation of there products precedes them. By using such great products in our pools we have built a good reputation ourselves, and that is good business.
Pool Heater Pumps
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Pool - Solar Heat
One-Piece Unibody Construction The overmolded header is formed over each individual tube and fused together during construction, producing the strongest possible connection. Overmolding eliminates cracks and welds for a longer lasting, maintenance-free system.
Individual Tubes Open design resists lift and stays put even in high winds. Protects roof from rain rot by allowing rapid moisture evaporation. Round tubes capture more heat.
Mounting Sleds Sleds maintain alignment of individual riser tubes. Prevent abrasion to panel and roof when expanding and contracting
Gator Clamps Strapless mounting. Allows for expansion and contraction. Fewer roof penetrations.
Open Flow Design Each and every individual tube opens into the header, increasing flow and virtually eliminating backpressure. Saves wear and tear on pool pumps.
Panel Clamps Patented panel clamps eliminate rubber hoses and metal clamps that require regular rooftop maintenance and replacement, eliminating hassles and saving time and money. Clamps also allow panels to be mounted closer together for a more efficient and more attractive system.
Beginning in 1977, we revolutionized solar pool heating by developing the world’s first collector with individual tubes. The advantages were immediately obvious; improved efficiency, unmatched wind resistance and better roof protection. Heliocol’s phenomenal wind resistance led to the first strapless mounting system. Other panels, which lift like a sail or an airplane wing in heavy winds, require multiple straps to hold the panel to the roof. Heliocol, on the other hand, is secured directly to the roof trusses with our patented Gator clamp. This mounting system is not only more stable, but requires significantly fewer penetrations into your roof. Heliocol was the first solar pool heating system to connect panels using a breakthrough plastic polymer clamp. Our patented panel clamp is a sophisticated replacement for old- style rubber hoses and metal clamps. Unlike rubber hoses, which can degrade and stain your roof, and metal clamps, which require regular rooftop service, our clamps offer the only maintenance-free solution.
Other solar companies have tried using every shape, design and material imaginable to capture the power of the sun for pool heating, but none have come close to Heliocol’s performance, durability, aesthetics and ease of installation.
“Constructing Premium Quality Pools Since 1983”
Heat pumps use electricity to capture heat and move it from one place to another. They don't generate heat. As the pool pump circulates the swimming pool's water, the water drawn from the pool passes through a filter and the heat pump heater. The heat pump heater has a fan that draws in the outside air and directs it over the evaporator coil. Liquid refrigerant within the evaporator coil absorbs the heat from the outside air and becomes a gas. The warm gas in the coil then passes through the compressor. The compressor increases the heat, creating a very hot gas that then passes through the condenser. The condenser transfers the heat from the hot gas to the cooler pool water circulating through the heater. The heated water then returns to the pool. The hot gas, as it flows through the condenser coil, returns to liquid form and back to the evaporator, where the whole process begins again. Heat pump pool heaters work efficiently as long as the outside temperature remains above the 45ºF–50ºF range. The cooler the outside air they draw in, the more energy they use. However, since most people use outdoor swimming pools during warm and mild weather, this usually isn't an issue. Selecting a Pool Heat Pump  Heat pump pool heaters cost more than gas pool heaters, but they typically have much lower annual operating costs because of their higher efficiencies. With proper maintenance, heat pump pool heaters typically last longer than gas pool heaters. Therefore, you'll save more money in the long run. When selecting a heat pump pool heater, you should consider its: Size Efficiency Costs Sizing a Pool Heat Pump You should have a trained pool professional perform a proper sizing analysis for your specific swimming pool to determine pool heater size. Sizing a heat pump pool heater involves many factors. Basically, a heater is sized according to the surface area of the pool and the difference between the pool and the average air temperatures. Other factors also affect the heating load for outdoor pools, such as wind exposure, humidity levels, and cool night temperatures. Therefore, pools located in areas with higher average wind speeds at the pool surface, lower humidity, and cool nights will require a larger heater. Heat pump pool heaters are rated by Btu output and horsepower (hp). Standard sizes range from 8,000 BTU to 150,000 BTU
GulfStream  Meets and Surpasses ARI Testing Standards! In order to sell heat pumps in the State of Florida, all heat pump manufacturers are now required to participate in an independent certification program and have their heat pumps meet or exceed a 4.0 COP (Coefficient of Performance) at the ARI Test Standard. The GS1000 & 1500 models have undergone and passed AHRI testing requirements. A Great Warranty! When you purchase a GulfStream Swimming Pool Heat Pump, your heater is protected by a strong warranty: 2 year labor , 10 year parts. .Lifetime warranty on our Titanium Heat Exchanger.
Pumps / Heating Solutions 
The pump is the main part of the swimming pool circulation system. The pump pushes water into the filtration system and then back out again. Several things will effect how much time you need to run the pump/filtration system such as the size of the pool, how often it's used, and its exposure to outside elements. Conserving energy is important to everyone. At Premier Pools we are here to guide you to selecting the best energy efficient solution for your pool system needs. We have top of the line products from Hayward that are backed by the 3 year Totally Hayward warranty. We can stand with Hayward because the quality and reputation of there products precedes them. By using such great products in our pools we have built a good reputation ourselves, and that is good business.
Pool Heater Pumps
Pool - Solar Heat
One-Piece Unibody Construction The overmolded header is formed over each individual tube and fused together during construction, producing the strongest possible connection. Overmolding eliminates cracks and welds for a longer lasting, maintenance-free system.
Individual Tubes Open design resists lift and stays put even in high winds. Protects roof from rain rot by allowing rapid moisture evaporation. Round tubes capture more heat.
Mounting Sleds Sleds maintain alignment of individual riser tubes. Prevent abrasion to panel and roof when expanding and contracting
Gator Clamps Strapless mounting. Allows for expansion and contraction. Fewer roof penetrations.
Open Flow Design Each and every individual tube opens into the header, increasing flow and virtually eliminating backpressure. Saves wear and tear on pool pumps.
Panel Clamps Patented panel clamps eliminate rubber hoses and metal clamps that require regular rooftop maintenance and replacement, eliminating hassles and saving time and money. Clamps also allow panels to be mounted closer together for a more efficient and more attractive system.
Beginning in 1977, we revolutionized solar pool heating by developing the world’s first collector with individual tubes. The advantages were immediately obvious; improved efficiency, unmatched wind resistance and better roof protection. Heliocol’s phenomenal wind resistance led to the first strapless mounting system. Other panels, which lift like a sail or an airplane wing in heavy winds, require multiple straps to hold the panel to the roof. Heliocol, on the other hand, is secured directly to the roof trusses with our patented Gator clamp. This mounting system is not only more stable, but requires significantly fewer penetrations into your roof. Heliocol was the first solar pool heating system to connect panels using a breakthrough plastic polymer clamp. Our patented panel clamp is a sophisticated replacement for old-style rubber hoses and metal clamps. Unlike rubber hoses, which can degrade and stain your roof, and metal clamps, which require regular rooftop service, our clamps offer the only maintenance-free solution.
“Constructing Premium Quality Pools Since 1983”
Heat pumps use electricity to capture heat and move it from one place to another. They don't generate heat. As the pool pump circulates the swimming pool's water, the water drawn from the pool passes through a filter and the heat pump heater. The heat pump heater has a fan that draws in the outside air and directs it over the evaporator coil. Liquid refrigerant within the evaporator coil absorbs the heat from the outside air and becomes a gas. The warm gas in the coil then passes through the compressor. The compressor increases the heat, creating a very hot gas that then passes through the condenser. The condenser transfers the heat from the hot gas to the cooler pool water circulating through the heater. The heated water then returns to the pool. The hot gas, as it flows through the condenser coil, returns to liquid form and back to the evaporator, where the whole process begins again. Heat pump pool heaters work efficiently as long as the outside temperature remains above the 45ºF–50ºF range. The cooler the outside air they draw in, the more energy they use. However, since most people use outdoor swimming pools during warm and mild weather, this usually isn't an issue. Selecting a Pool Heat Pump  Heat pump pool heaters cost more than gas pool heaters, but they typically have much lower annual operating costs because of their higher efficiencies. With proper maintenance, heat pump pool heaters typically last longer than gas pool heaters. Therefore, you'll save more money in the long run. When selecting a heat pump pool heater, you should consider its: Size Efficiency Costs Sizing a Pool Heat Pump You should have a trained pool professional perform a proper sizing analysis for your specific swimming pool to determine pool heater size. Sizing a heat pump pool heater involves many factors. Basically, a heater is sized according to the surface area of the pool and the difference between the pool and the average air temperatures. Other factors also affect the heating load for outdoor pools, such as wind exposure, humidity levels, and cool night temperatures. Therefore, pools located in areas with higher average wind speeds at the pool surface, lower humidity, and cool nights will require a larger heater. Heat pump pool heaters are rated by Btu output and horsepower (hp). Standard sizes range from 8,000 BTU to 150,000 BTU
GulfStream  Meets and Surpasses ARI Testing Standards! In order to sell heat pumps in the State of Florida, all heat pump manufacturers are now required to participate in an independent certification program and have their heat pumps meet or exceed a 4.0 COP (Coefficient of Performance) at the ARI Test Standard. The GS1000 & 1500 models have undergone and passed AHRI testing requirements. A Great Warranty! When you purchase a GulfStream Swimming Pool Heat Pump, your heater is protected by a strong warranty: 2 year labor , 10 year parts. .Lifetime warranty on our Titanium Heat Exchanger.