Whether you are curious about purchasing a geothermal heating and cooling system for your home or getting ready to install one this weekend, here’s what you should know about the strengths of geothermal units. These incredibly effective and eco-friendly devices are transforming the way that homeowners throughout the country stay comfortable inside of their homes. Why is geothermal the best choice for your Maryland home?
Geothermal units require much less energy than traditional heating and cooling units. They can save a whopping 80% when compared to traditional fossil fuels. Over time, the money that you spend investing in your geothermal unit will return and more than make-up for the amount it cost you to install it in the first place.
If you are concerned about the environment, geothermal units are a great way to make your home match your personal beliefs. Geothermal energy does not produce any pollution, so it helps to maintain and improve the environment. Geothermal units are renewable energy sources, so you never need to feel guilty for heating or cooling your home. Geothermal energy also helps to reduce your family’s reliance on fossil fuels. As more and more homes install geothermal units, the country’s reliance and usage of fossil fuels will continue to decrease.
Can you tell when your air conditioning unit kicks on? Unless you have a brand new unit or a geothermal unit, the answer is almost certainly yes! Geothermal units are incredibly smooth and very quiet when they are in operation. Unlike traditional units with outside condensing units (the part that is typically loud), geothermal units are located inside of the home and typically so quiet that people cannot tell whether or not they are on.
Geothermal systems don’t have many moving parts, and the moving parts that they have are safe and secure on the inside of your home. Underground piping used as part of a geothermal system typically has a 25-50 year warranty on top of that, so you can feel safe about the longevity and lifespan of your geothermal unit.
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If you are concerned about the air conditioning system within your home, consider hiring a technician to maintain your geothermal during or before the air conditioning system. Our geothermal units do both heating and cooling from one system, not separate heaters or air conditioning units. With many experienced technicians available, Ground Loop, Inc. can solve all your air conditioning system problems. If you are interested in creating the most comfortable environment for your family to enjoy, contact Ground Loop, Inc.today.
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