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Geothermal Heating And Cooling: Why It's A Good Idea

Jun 14

Geothermal Heating And Cooling: Why It's A Good Idea

Traditional cooling and heating systems use significant energy to regulate the temperature in your home. Heat pumps use less energy and are more efficient than other types of heating or cooling systems. Geothermal heating or cooling systems heat to regulate temperatures. This is done by bringing the Earth's heat inside your home, keeping it warm in the winter, and then removing it from the ground to heat it up during the summer. This has the potential to save you money long-term and provide many long-term benefits.

Geothermal Heatpumps are Less Expensive to Use

While geothermal cooling and heating require some electricity for their operation, it is significantly less than that required by traditional HVAC systems. The geothermal heat pump will run more efficiently in summer and winter. It will keep your home comfortable and reduce your cooling and heating bills. The cost of cooling your home can be reduced by 20-50%, and heating it will cost you between 30-60% over its lifetime.

Geothermal Heat-Pumps to Reduce Carbon Emissions

To create heat through combustion, combustion furnaces burn oil or gas. Many by-products are produced during combustion, including greenhouse gases. Geothermal heating or cooling reduces the emissions of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases associated with maintaining comfortable homes. While electricity generated by geothermal heating and cooling systems may still come from combustion, this will reduce carbon emissions to help you live a more eco-conscious lifestyle.

Geothermal Heat Pumps Are Versatile and Lasting

A geothermal heat pump can both heat and cool your home, providing maximum comfort all year. You can replace your furnace and air conditioner by installing a geothermal cooling and heating system in your house. This will reduce the cost of HVAC maintenance and repairs. You'll only need one HVAC system to keep your home cool over the years. Geothermal heating and cooling systems have longer functional lives than traditional heating and cooling equipment. A furnace or air conditioner may last 10 years. However, geothermal heat pumps can last 25 years or longer before they need to be replaced. The ground loop component of your geothermal cooling or heating system will last for 50 years, or longer, before it may need to be replaced.

Are you interested in learning about the many benefits of geothermal heating? We can help you incorporate this incredible technology into your Detroit house. Please visit our website to view all the heating and cooling products and services that we offer. Our HVAC experts are happy to assist you in assessing your needs and helping to choose the best system for your home. You can also browse our blog to find more cooling and heating tips, news, and information.

 

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