if we hire a villa for july and the weather is normal orlando weather would we need to pay to have the pool heating on or not?
Good grief I would think not...In july Id be putting ice cubes in it!
Weather usually is very warm and very humid.
Ice cubes could be a good idea, PA! My first appartment was in a duplex behind a private residence and we had pool privileges. They used to put three or four 10-lb blocks of ice in the pool to help cool it down!
Nope. "Room" temperature outdoors means around 80 F in the pool by then!:d
We, being serious wimps have our pool heater set to 95 degrees. Yes, in July too.
If the water in our pool got that hot we'd be adding ice cold hose water to cool it offOriginally Posted by Tink, post: 95468
Now you know why we've been told we have the largest hot tub in Florida!
Tink at that temp you could cook dinner in the pool tooOriginally Posted by Tink, post: 95529