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Pentair Appliances

Ever taken a dip in a pool so cozy it felt like the water was hugging you? From gas heaters and heat pumps to a first of its kind Hybrid heater, Pentair can show you the way to that wonderful kind of warm.





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The Max e heater is consistent for performance and consistency for heating.
The Max e heater is consistent for performance and consistency for heating. I am on my second heat, the first lasted 10 years of year round use in the Northeast! Highly recommend this heater!
Published: September 19, 2019
Kimberly Merrimack NH
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Heater works well overall, it first heat up as fast as we thought it would
Heater works well overall, it first heat up as fast as we thought it would based on reviews but if you give it time the pool warms up.
Published: July 19, 2020
Dean
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This month is great, super quite but remember it is loud while it primes fo
This month is great, super quite but remember it is loud while it primes for about 3 minutes but after that its just about silent. It also saves me so much money on my utility bill compared to my single stage pump.
Published: August 19, 2020
Mary Rancho cordova ca
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Replaced my 400,000 BTU Ray Pak heater which had massive interior rust issu
Replaced my 400,000 BTU Ray Pak heater which had massive interior rust issues. The Pentair unit is largely plastic cinstruction and the weight is considerably lighter making installation in tight spaces much easier, about 50% less.
Published: October 19, 2019
Roger
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This is my third one of these heaters and they do a great job. The first tw
This is my third one of these heaters and they do a great job. The first two lasted about 10 years each, which is much longer than my first conventional pool heater that only lasted half that long. This heater can heat my 35K gallon pool at about one degree per hour when I start it up in late April in Missouri. That compared to the older heater that took twice as long. Runs very quiet. Each one has needed some maintenance after about 5 years, but maintenance costs only ran about $200-$300 per year for replacing wiring, cleaning, replacement board.
Published: September 19, 2020
Rick G St. Louis, MO
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