Beat the Summer Heat with Geothermal Exchange

Before you head out to buy an inefficient air conditioning unit for your home or business this summer consider replacing it with an environmentally friendly and economical cooling system: a Geothermal Heat Pump!  I know what you’re thinking; can a heat pump actually cool my house? Yes! A Geothermal Heating Pump takes advantage of the constant air temperature just below the earth’s surface to cool your home.  It circulates the air underground to your house until it reaches the desired temperature. (How exactly does it work?)

Top 5 Reasons to replace an air conditioning unit with a Geothermal Heating Pump:

  1. If you replace your A/C with a geothermal heat pump you eliminate the need for separate heating and cooling units (How can a heating pump cool my house?).
  2. Geothermal heating pumps work exactly the same as A/C, but with higher efficiency, saving you money on your monthly gas or electric bill! Compared to central A/C, geothermal heat pumps can deliver 400% of efficiency.(Geothermal Heat Pumps: 400% Efficient).
  3. The installation cost for central A/C varies from $5,000 to $18,000 which is approximately the same cost for a geothermal heat pump.  However, a geothermal heat pump is an investment saving you money in the long run.
  4. Geothermal systems has a life span of 15 years which is longer than a regular air-conditioning system. And it can be used daily for both heating and cooling purposes.
  5. Replacing A/C with Geothermal Heating Pumps can reduce the production of carbon dioxide and facilitate a greener America.

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  1. […] can’t keep up with the demand and have decided to make the switch to an efficient and reliable geothermal cooling system. The workers at the Mt. Pleasant wastewater treatment facility in Michigan have endured working […]

  2. Some benefits claimed by geothermal pumps are high reliability with low maintenance costs and long life expectancy. It is quiet and requires no ventilation because it produces no local pollution.

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