So we moved to Florida, got an in-ground pool and silly me, I thought "hey we're in Florida, we don't need a pool heater." Wrong. So here I am, 2 months into the new house looking for a pool heater. Gas meter is on the SE of the house, pool and filter on the NW. Completely opposite. It would be quite expensive to put in a gas heater with a new line. Electrical, same ordeal - main box is SE and pump NW. Expensive for new box, line, etc. So that leaves solar. The panels, obviously, are optimal when placed on the Southern portion of the roof. The problem with that is that the house faces south (to the street) and the HOA will have none of it with me placing panels on the southern roof. So while east and west is possible, I'm wondering how efficient that is. Anyone have that set up and have ok effects? This is Tampa, Florida we're talking about, so sun is pretty plentiful. But the angle isn't the best on the east and west.