Solar pool heating is one of the most eco-friendly and energy-efficient methods for heating a swimming pool. Supreme Heating provides unique, high-quality solar pool heating solutions to Australian homeowners.


Natural deterioration can lead solar pool heating systems to leak over time, resulting in a bill that might cost you thousands of dollars. Fortunately, there are a lot of quick, simple, and affordable DIY fixes.


If you’ve seen a reduction in your pool’s water level or if the water temperature is never warm enough, there may be a problem with your system. The most typical reasons for water leaks are damage to the absorbers or manifold system.


The bulk of solar heating difficulties are caused by plant growth, vermin, hailstorms, and even prolonged exposure to the sun.


You may repair the strip collectors and manifold without replacing the complete solar pool heating system by following these steps:


1) Check for leaks in the collectors and manifolds. This is accomplished by leaving the pump running while inspecting the system for evidence of water leakage.


2) If you discover a leak, you must turn off the solar system before beginning repairs.


  1. a) Repairing a collector’s hole.
  2. c) Repairing a damaged manifold barb.

3) Activate the solar system and verify that no water is leaking and the region has been properly fixed.


Only a small proportion of solar pool heater problems are costly or difficult to resolve. In order to avoid unpleasant surprises, it is advised that a yearly inspection be performed as part of an ongoing maintenance programme to identify any possible issues before they develop.


Contact us or call our trained professionals at Pools Plus Solar for an inspection now.