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Getting ready for new pool heater

Postby danieldcc » Thu 30 Dec, 2021 14:16

I need a new pool heater in a house I recently bought. I want to bring things up to code also and remove old shed. Can I build a wooden shed to basically cover the pool equipment and have a retractable roof that I take off when runing the pool heater? I want as small as possible. I was thinking of something like those wooden garbage enclosures style.
It will be propane heater, thinking 200k btu



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Re: Getting ready for new pool heater

Postby Denniswiseman » Fri 31 Dec, 2021 06:54

Why don't you go for a heat pump in the open air
A propane heater depending on what type needs flueing, balanced or conventional open flue and wood isn't good for housing
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Re: Getting ready for new pool heater

Postby danieldcc » Fri 31 Dec, 2021 07:38

I'm in Toronto Canada. We mostly use natural gas heater. The gas line is already there too and I have a new 1hp pump

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