does anyone know anything or R we all here to ask questions?

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beifstu
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does anyone know anything or R we all here to ask questions?

Postby beifstu » Thu 12 Jul, 2007 19:32

So many topics with so many views but it seems like nobody is replying...I am here to find answers and I am just as pool dumb today as when I found this forum. you have to admit that when you have a topic with a thousand (plus) views with only 3 or 4 replies the forum is basically useless.


Backglass
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Postby Backglass » Thu 12 Jul, 2007 20:17

biefstu. Relax..this is free, remember?

You have been a member a whopping EIGHT days. Try participating and making friends instead of demanding answers from your fellow pool owners.

by the way...I answered your latest question. ;)
beifstu
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Postby beifstu » Thu 12 Jul, 2007 20:42

you are definately a rare find on this forum and i truly respect the response you left to my other post. I have definately decided to go with a heat pump over a gas heater. though i am still not sure if the lighting should come before the heater
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Postby Backglass » Thu 12 Jul, 2007 21:02

beifstu wrote:you are definately a rare find on this forum and i truly respect the response you left to my other post. I have definately decided to go with a heat pump over a gas heater. though i am still not sure if the lighting should come before the heater


I guess it's a personal preference. I don't mind swimming in a 70 degree pool. My wife wont put a foot in unless it's 80+. Here in NY, my temp is now 80-84 with a solar blanket and no heater.

A gas heater heats the water very quickly, but is very inefficient. A heat pump is very efficient but the temp rise is much slower.

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