GeoThermal System Installations
A geothermal heat pump system operates at a more efficient level than typical heating and air conditioning system. It delivers five units of energy for every one unit of electrical energy used.
Geothermal heat pumps combine stored energy from the earth with safe electric power, saving owners up to 70% on their heating, cooling and hot water costs.
Geothermal Benefits of Lower Operating Costs & Quiet Operation
Geothermal systems provide equal and precise distribution of air all year long, eliminating hot and cold spots. When you are using your heating system, you will have warm air throughout the entire house without the hot air blasts that are common with gas furnaces, or the cooler air blasts associated with heat pumps. Also, the geothermal unit delivers cool, dehumidified air when used for cooling purposes. Unlike other air conditioners and heat pumps, there is no loud, outdoor unit. Geothermal units are designed for quiet operation, similar to that of your refrigerator.
Geothermal units are installed indoors, and are therefore not subject to the wear and tear of the elements such as rain, snow, ice, debris, extreme temperatures and vandalism. Geothermal units are more reliable and require less maintenance than typical heating and cooling systems.
GeoThermal Systems are Reliable and Environmentally Friendly
Some climates experience frigid cold winters and extremely hot summers. What a lot of people do not realize is that the temperatures below ground remain fairly consistent throughout the year, regardless of climate and season. The ground maintains a higher rate of temperature consistency, absorbing 47% of the sun’s heat (energy) as it hits the earth’s surface. Geothermal units are designed to tap into this free source of energy, providing your home or office with central heating and cooling in a much more efficient and environmentally friendly way. We call this phenomenon an earth loop.
A geothermal heat pump utilizes the earth loop to extract heat from the ground, pulling heat from the loop as it distributes the air through the conventional air duct system as warm air. The same energy can be used for radiant flooring system and domestic hot water heating.
In cooling mode, the heating process is reversed, creating cool and conditioned air throughout your entire home. In this mode, heat is extracted from the air in your home and moved back into the earth loop, or used to preheat eater in your hot water tank.
GeoThermal Heat Pumps are the only heat pump that still offer tax credits on them, and credits are up to 30% with no cap!
We can help you convert your existing home unit to a new energy efficient geothermal unit. We are an expert in helping you pick and install the right geothermal unit for your new home, and we are one of the largest commercial installers in the area. We offer custom solutions, installation, service contracts, and repairs.
Contact us today for your geothermal appointment.