Geothermal HVAC Services
Geothermal heat pumps are an environmentally friendly and energy efficient means of heating and cooling homes in and around [geo1, geo2, geo3]. These HVAC systems use the temperature of the earth instead of air from the outside to heat and cool your house. The technicians at [Company Name] are qualified and licensed to handle your geothermal needs.
A few feet below the surface of the ground, the earth stays at a fairly regular temperature. It is warmer than the outdoor air in the winter and cooler than during the summer. Geothermal HVAC systems are able to accomplish their intended function through the use of a ground heat exchanger.
Geothermal Heat Pumps: Able to Heat & Cool
Geothermal heat pumps, like other kinds of heat pumps, are able to both heat and cool your home. Some models are even available with variable fan speeds and two-speed compressors for greater energy efficiency and comfort.
These systems don’t depend on the temperature of the air, so they don’t have to work as hard during peak periods and extreme temperatures. They also don’t require much maintenance in addition to being quieter and lasting longer than normal heat pumps.
Geothermal HVAC Installation Equals Big Energy Savings
It’s true that a new geothermal installation can cost more upfront than a new air-source system with the same heating and cooling capacity. However, the additional cost will be offset by the energy savings that you will enjoy year round.
It may take five to ten years to make up the difference, but since these systems last significantly longer, you actually stand to save a bundle over the long haul. The lifespan for a geothermal system is estimated to be around 25 years for the inside components and 50 years or more for the ground loop.
Each year in the United States, there are approximately 50,000 geothermal heat pumps installed nationwide. Call [Company Name] today for more information on geothermal HVAC systems or to schedule an appointment.