The best option for heating and cooling your home: for you, your family, and the environment.
Benefits of going geothermal:
Flammable fossil fuels are not used to operate geothermal units. Because there is no combustion, there is no chance of explosion, hazardous fumes or risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Lower Operational Costs
Efficiency ratings of 400 to 500 percent. Which is the rating of heat actually generated versus the amount of energy used to produce the heat. A rating under 100 means that you are losing heat that you are paying for.
Geothermal systems have a positive impact on the environment since they burn no fossil fuels and operate on a modest amount of electricity. A study by the US Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency states that it is the most environmentally friendly way to heat and cool your house.
Conventional air conditioners and heat pumps require noisy outdoor equipment. Geothermal systems do not. They are designed to isolate the units compressor.
Geothermal systems provide superior air comfort. With additional air purification and dehumidification, while maintaining a constant indoor temperature. With the added zoning feature which allows for different areas of your home to have their own distinct temperature.
Bonus Hot Water
The system has the capability of taking reclaimed heat during heating and cooling modes and using it to heat domestic water. Which can also reduce that water heating cost of a home by up to 50%.
Longer Life Cycle
Life expectancy is 20-24 years of reliable comfort and savings in comparison to the average conventional system with a life expectancy of 13-15 years.
A geothermal system can be installed in all climates and home types.