When you want the most energy efficient, durable and comfortable cooling and heating for your home, consider geothermal systems. They use the energy stored underground where temperatures are stable year-round. They’re quiet, dependable and use little electricity year-round to keep your home at your preferred temperatures.
If you are considering investing in a geothermal heating and cooling system to increase the energy efficiency of your household and improve your indoor comfort level, learning the basics about these systems can help you make informed decisions while preparing for this important investment that will last for decades with minimal maintenance. Over the last […]
If you’ve had your eye on tax credits for energy efficiency, you know that some have already expired. The chance to claim tax credits after installing an efficient furnace, boiler, air conditioner or air-source heat pump ended in December 2013. However, geothermal tax credits are still available. Learn how much you can save while keeping […]
Geothermal heating and cooling systems are among the most energy efficient available. A geothermal heat pump can reliably heat and cool your home in any kind of weather, since it relies on an underground (or underwater) loop field where it either extracts heat or replaces it, depending on the season. The two main types of […]
When you’re considering a new HVAC system for your home, consider geothermal heating and cooling. According to the U.S. EPA, these systems offer the highest level of energy efficiency when compared to air-source heat pumps and combustion furnaces. They utilize the stored solar energy underground to heat and cool your home, produce no pollutants and […]
Many homeowners wish they had the money to purchase the most energy-efficient heating and cooling system available to them, a geothermal system. The federal government, however, is still offering generous tax incentives to defray this cost, in order to encourage energy efficiency. Until the end of 2016, you can claim a 30 percent tax credit […]