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Tori Spelling Has A Solar-Powered Salt Water Pool

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I’m not saying that Tori Spelling doesn’t have a portfolio of homes, but it’s nice to see that at least one of them is only 3,300 square feet. The Westwood, LA property is currently being listed for $2.3 million and features five bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, all-hardwood floors, built-in barbecue and a solar-powered saltwater pool with a Baja shelf and spa.

The solar-powered salt water pool is a nice eco-touch — and a great way to save cash on heating costs, while avoiding the toxicity of using chlorine. According to Jason from Low Impact Living, “An average pool can use $1,000 to $1,500 of natural gas per year to heat if a pool thermal cover is used. Without a cover, gas costs can rise to over $3,000.” In contrast, “A solar pool heating system will probably cost about $2,000 to $3,000 installed, and will provide about 75% of the energy needed to heat the pool,” Jason says. “This means that it will pay for itself in about three years.”

It’s not just her home that features some green touches — Tori is also dedicated to keeping her family natural too. She recently said, “When we had babies we tried really hard to do the research on environmentally friendly products and switch over for their health. We have loved Going Green! And, whenever possible we make sure Liam eats organic. Its important to us.”

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