Earth friendly geothermal systems burn no fossil fuels and use very little electricity. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, nearly 40% of all U.S. emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) are the result of using energy to heat, cool and provide hot water for buildings. The greenhouse gas reduction of installing a geothermal system in a typical home is equivalent to planting an acre of trees, or taking two cars off the road. This enhances our efforts to control pollution, green house emissions, and other issues that impact our everyday environment.
Performance & Reliability
While traditional HVAC units last an average of 13 years, geothermal heat pumps have an average life expectancy of almost 25 years. During this time span, you will experience lower maintenance costs since this unit is kept indoors away from outdoor elements and because they have fewer moving parts.
Geothermal systems are recognized by the EPA as the most energy efficient heating and cooling systems available today. Savings are produced by tapping into the free energy naturally stored in the earth. These systems can lower heating and cooling costs up to 70% compared to traditional heating and cooling units.