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Wow, These North Texas summers are hot, especially in July and August. These are also the days you dive into your pool to cool down.

Instead of the water being cool and refreshing, it actually feels more like a bathtub.

Your pool heating system can also cool your pool during the summer. Simply run the pool pump through the solar collectors at night for cooling the water.

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