We Install Geothermal Heat Pumps


Free Quote, Air Conditioner installing, geothermal, The word geothermal comes from Greek words meaning ‘Earth’ (geo) and ‘heat’ (thermos).

The ground beneath our feet is warmer than the outside air in the winter and cooler in the summer. We will insert a series of small pipes into the ground and it allows the heat to transfer to your home. The heat is transferred and it has fewer fuels burned and it saves you money.

Did you know that you can save up to 80% on your heating and cooling bill with a geothermal unit?

In fact, you can save up to 80% a year in and year out when you switch from a traditional HVAC system to a geothermal heating and cooling system. This unit will pay for its self quickly just from the amount of money you will save on your utility bills.

The geothermal heating and cooling systems will take the heat of summer from your home and transfers it to the underground where it is then absorbed by the cooler earth. During the winter the geothermal heating will keep your house very cozy. The heat from the ground is transferred to the inside of the house. Geothermal provides reliable indoor comfort all year long.

This is great energy savings that can work in your home?

The EPA has acknowledged geothermal systems as the most energy-efficient, environmentally clean, and cost-effective space conditioning systems available.

According to the website Our Energy, “when it comes to efficiency geothermal energy is 48% more efficient than gas furnaces and even 75% more efficient than oil furnaces”. Not only that geothermal heating system heats the house but it cools it as well and operates very quietly.

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Energy Saving Tips

Actions anyone can take to reduce home’s energy use:

  • Programmable thermostat to program your home’s HVAC system to run less when you aren’t at home.
  • During the summer use the microwave, or cook early in the morning before the temperatures rise to reduce the amount of runtime for your air conditioning.
  • Weatherproofing is intact on windows and doors.
  • Compact fluorescent light bulbs. They do they save electricity, they won’t heat up a room as a conventional light bulb will.
  • Check your attic insulation. If you can see the top of the rafters you may need to insulate.