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Refurbishment vs Replacement?

Updated: Jan 7, 2023

If you're experiencing issues with your indoor swimming pool ventilation system, such as high repair costs or unreliability, you may be wondering what the best solution is to reduce running costs and improve reliability. While some manufacturers and sales teams may promote the idea of purchasing new equipment, a complete refurbishment with improved controls may actually provide a better solution in most cases. Refurbishments offer a customized solution in terms of cost and efficiency. Many domestic indoor pools are covered most of the time and have large dehumidifiers running unnecessarily, resulting in high energy costs. By improving the controls of existing equipment and introducing more efficient fans, you can achieve immediate savings. We can also supply air source heat pumps and upgrade existing systems to run at lower temperatures, moving away from fossil fuels. Typically, refurbishments can be completed with less disruption, reduced downtime, and at a lower cost compared to purchasing a new unit. At ADWAY, we source all our components for refurbishments in the UK and provide a 2-year warranty subject to a service contract. Contrary to what some may believe, a replacement unit is not always more efficient than a refurbishment. With over 60 years of combined experience in manufacturing swimming pool heat pumps and dehumidifiers, we believe we can offer the best customized solutions for domestic indoor swimming pools. If you have a Calorex HRD, Delta, or Variheat that is costing a fortune to run and breaking down frequently, get in touch for a free, no-obligation equipment survey.


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