Efficient and reliable, geothermal HVAC systems are ready to take over the heating and air conditioning industry. The following are just a few of the many ways this revolutionary approach to HVAC has changed heating and cooling:
The Environmental Protection Agency recognizes geothermal's power to reduce fossil fuel consumption and sustainably provide heating and cooling. To encourage geothermal use, the Department of Energy and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory provide geothermal potential maps.
Unfortunately, federal tax credits for geothermal heat pumps expired at the end of 2016. However, an effort to renew tax credits until 2021 is underway. Additionally, several states continue to offer significant tax breaks for homeowners and business owners who install geothermal systems.
Protecting Homeowners from Spikes in Energy Prices
Homeowners appreciate the eco-friendly attributes of geothermal HVAC systems, but for most, cost savings dictate their HVAC system selection. Geothermal HVAC has already protected many from random increases in fuel costs. The price of fuel may currently be on the lower side, but if history guarantees anything, it's that fuel costs will change when we least expect it. Geothermal provides budget-conscious homeowners valuable peace of mind.
Geothermal HVAC is the way of the future. This modern approach to heating and air conditioning is excellent for the environment and even better for your wallet.
If you're on the hunt for a more eco-friendly way to heat and cool your home, be sure to contact Comfort Services. Our experienced heating and air conditioning technicians are happy to lend a helping hand.