30 Mar '12, 6am

Existing Swimming Pool #green

I realize that swimming pools aren't necessarily green but I have some potential clients that just moved into a home and they would like to find the most "green" way to heat their existing swimming pool. Can someone point me in some possible direction that might be worth looking at? They have good solar exposure and they live in an area about an hour north of San Francisco that has hot summers and pretty mild winters.

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