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Heating and Cooling Systems

Why It's Time to Go Geo

Save money, increase the value of your home and lead the way in innovation. Homeowners can save approximately 50% to 60% annually on heating and cooling costs by adopting geothermal technology. A geothermal system offers savings from the day it’s installed. Operating a geothermal system is significantly cheaper than other sources of heat such as propane, oil, and electricity. Geothermal is available for new builds and old retrofits.

Advantages of a sustainable Geothermal Heating System

The advances in this sector have been substantial, and now geothermal energy is thought to be one of the most advantageous sources of energy. A renewable source of energy, geothermal is available in most areas of the world. It outperforms many conventional sources, and is quickly being adopted by thought leaders around the world. The benefits are vast and varied.

Geothermal heating systems use heat that is already stored under the ground, so the energy produced is fully sustainable and has no negative effect on the environment. Homeowners can help protect the environment by equipping their homes with geothermal systems.

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The Benefits of Geothermal

Low Maintenance

With a properly installed geothermal heating system, the loops buried in the ground can last for decades without requiring maintenance. The rest of the geothermal system is located indoors, so it is not exposed to the elements that might cause wear and tear.

Increases Home Value

Geothermal is an investment that pays - with more and more potential home buyers looking for residential properties that have energy saving features like geothermal installations. This type of heating and cooling system can actually add value to your home for future gains if you decide to sell.

Lower Water Costs

Each geothermal system also generates on average 50% of your home's domestic hot water. Domestic hot water is the second biggest user of energy in homes today.

Requires Little Space

Most of the components of a geothermal system are buried in the ground and the rest can be installed in the basement or garage, so the entire system doesn't take up much space.

Comfort at a Fraction of the Cost

More consistent air flow and temperatures year-round

Geothermal heating and cooling systems use the earth’s temperature to remove heat from buildings during the summer and supply heat in the winter. In summer, heat pumps are used to extract heat energy and deposited deep in the ground, later used to increase the efficiency of your system during the winter months.

Geothermal energy is extracted from the earth without burning fossil fuels, and produces practically no emissions. Better yet, people who switch to geothermal energy often consume significantly less energy. With more consistent airflow around the home, a geothermal system reduces cold spots and produces a more consistent home temperature.

Geothermal Options

Traditional Forced Air

An in-floor (hydronic) geothermal boiler produces heated glycol which is circulated through pipe in a concrete floor. A great option for a heated garage or basement floor.

In-Floor Heat

An in-floor (hydronic) geothermal boiler produces heated glycol which is circulated through pipe in a concrete floor. A great option for a heated garage or basement floor.

Combo System

A combo geothermal system utilizes forced air as well an hydronic heat pumps to maximize home comfort.

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