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Jul 01 2013

Geothermal Heating and Cooling: The Cheap Backyard Energy Source You’re Missing Out On

Saving energy is always in the best interest of anyone’s budget. Geothermal systems offers huge saving on winter and summer utilities.

How Geothermal HVAC works

Geothermal heating and cooling for your home is only one of the ways to harness energy sources. Using underground energy is a wonderful source of cooling for a home. The price for heating is practically zero and the cost for cooling a home is a fraction of the average cooling bill.

Here are three ways this energy source is a brilliant resource:

  1. Use less energy to heat and cool your home. A short distance below the surface of your home the heat of the earth never changes. The temperature is a stable 50 degrees. If you needed to cool your house down to 75 degrees, you would not need to turn the thermostat down too far. Think of the energy that might be saved by using a geothermal system.
  2. Be green and environment-friendly. Use this geothermal energy source as a green way to stop pollutants dispersed by fossil fuels from filtering into your home, causing allergic reactions. The pumps extract heat from the earth to heat your home; operating in a looping system.
  3. Spend less on your utility bills. The geothermal heating and cooling system saves money in the long run. The development is a change from heating systems normally used but it saves money and pays for its installation over a period of time.

Because they use a sustainable energy source, geothermal HVAC systems can continue to provide the heating and cool your home needs without using a lot of energy or taking up a lot of your budget.

In addition, there are plenty of tax breaks and refunds available to make the installation of a geothermal system more affordable for homeowners. (And at Comfort Services, we know them all!)

Schedule an appointment today to learn about your options for geothermal heating and cooling.

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