A darker pool liner will absorb more energy from the sun and release it into the water, making it slightly warmer. Lighter colors won't have that effect. The warming isn't really significant enough though to justify getting an ugly liner because it's dark, using a solar cover will be more effective. Keeping the solar cover on overnight will help the water retain heat as well.
Yes, it does.
Yes, the surface color of a pool will affect the water temperature to a small degree. More important to water temperature is your geographic location, the season, existing water temperature, minimum and maximum daily air temperature, number of hours of sun the pool gets each day, cloud cover, wind speed, and the number of hours and times of day that you use a pool cover. Hope this helps ...
Color changes the temperature of an object.
Yes,ower body can effect the water in a pool
Sunlight warms pool water
it is a warm color, therefore it affects warm temperature. it is a warm color, therefore it affects warm temperature.
If the fabric color is dark then it absorb heat from the sun and the fabric's temperature will rise.
the higher the temp the quicker the chlorine loss
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no it is not true
Ambient temperature and seasonality Exposure (direct sunlight) Wind