Where Do I Get a Pool Chiller - My Pool is 100-Degrees - More Like a Giant Jacuzzi For a Hippo?

by Pool Builders on 07-03-2008 in Articles

Well, it was pretty hot today, as it has been, not as hot as last week, luckily but hot enough. The nights still hover around 85 degrees and thus, the air-conditioning system in the house does pop on during the evenings. That's just part of living in this low-humidity Desert Resort, I'm okay with it, but one thing that does bother me is when I want to jump in the pool to refresh myself and it's 100-degrees (well, actually 94)? No, I do not need to heat the pool, the sun does that.

Apparently, it never cools off enough during the evenings to allow the pool temperature to get back to a good number. So, what do you do? Well, these pool chillers are said to work very nicely, they keep the pool cool for you here in the hot desert summer sun. The question is where do you get a good one, one that works? Well, I'll tell you where.

It turns out there is a great little company here in the Coachella Valley, that's a member of the Palm Desert Chamber of Commerce and I found them online in the Business Directory under "pools" at the Palm Desert Chamber of Commerce website. The Desert Paradise Pools and Spa Company is owned by Jim Foley.

If you are having the same issues with your pool perhaps you might like to look into a pool chiller so you can enjoy your swimming pool investment instead of just watching the algae grow? The prices are not as much as you might think and it's just the ticket on a hot summer's day!

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