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Could Geothermal Units be the Best Choice for Your New HVAC System?

Could Geothermal Units be the Best Choice for Your New HVAC System?

3 Reasons homeowners should switch to geothermal HVAC systems.

Traditional HVAC systems use more energy than any other equipment in your home. Save a significant amount of money with help from Mother Nature. Install a green alternative you can use to provide your house with both cool and warm air on demand.

Geothermal Systems Heat and Cool Your Home

Heat pumps aren’t popular in every region of the United States, but they are perfectly suited for South Carolina’s climate. This makes a geothermal heat pump an excellent option for adequate and affordable indoor temperature control. Because they use temperatures found outdoors to effectively heat and cool your home, switching to a geothermal pump reduces your typical HVAC costs by up to 60%.

Geothermal Systems Heat Your Water (or Your Floor)

These units are much more versatile than the typical furnace or air conditioner system, allowing you to power radiant flooring or an eco-friendly water heater. The EPA estimates geothermal water heating systems can save up to 90% of the energy used by traditional water heaters.

Geothermal Systems Quickly Pay for Themselves

The low cost of month-to-month operations, paired with state and federal incentives, gives your new geothermal HVAC setup a high ROI. In no time, you will make up for the money spent and still have the promise of savings every month for years to come.

To find out whether geothermal HVAC systems are a good fit for your home, contact a NATE-certified technician experienced in both green and traditional installations.