The Case For and Against Indoor Swimming Pools
by Danielle Hardgrave on November 22nd, 2016

​Indoor pools are great for a lot of reasons. They provide shelter from the elements, can be used at all times of the day and night, and aren't affected by drops in air temperature. But indoor pools do have to contend with a different set of issues. One of the most frustrating ones?


An outdoor pool utilizes Earth's natural air conditioning to redistribute the moisture wicked away by evaporation. For an indoor pool, it's more complicated. There are lots of solutions available for indoor pool operators looking to pull moisture back out of the air. But there's also an even simpler solution you might not have thought of.
​Humidity is caused by evaporation, right? So why not just stop that evaporation?

Heatsavr does just that. By forming a one-molecule thick layer on the surface of the water, it prevents up to 50% of evaporation at the source. In doing so, it lessens humidity—but also prevents heat loss.

Who knew that a reduction in heating costs could be paired with a reduction in humidity? That's a win-win if I've ever seen one.

Imagine a more comfortable pool environment and a lower heating bill. With those kinds of benefits, your indoor pool will leave its outdoor competition in the dust! 

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