Texas Cooling with Geothermal Heat Pumps

Frequently Asked QuestionsDoes Geothermal Make Sense in Texas?Yes if properly engineered. Our regions vary greatly with differing geological regions.Why are more homeowners in Texas switching to Geo?I believe the tax credits and incentives provided by utilities and manufacturers.What is the process for installing a geothermal system in TX? (licenses, registrations, etc)A HVAC license is required. In different jurisdictions utilities require certifications (IGSPA) and or drilling reports and preinspections.How else can Geothermal Heat Pumps be used in Texas? Water HeatingIs an investment in a GHP system an wise option in TX?In the long term yes. The price for drilling remains high and is slowing down acceptance. Ultimately prices should come down as the system are more prevalent. Answers provided by: Tom Turner of Austin Energy - Austin, TXTestimonialHave a Comment about your geothermal system? Tell Us!Quick FactsFederal Tax Credit: 30%State Tax Credit: PeriodicallyOther Local Incentives: We offer up to $1650.00 per system through the utilityHow it worksSavings CalculatorFind an ExpertVideo Series[caption id="attachment_336" align="aligncenter" width="253" caption="Geothermal Heat Pump Savings Calculator"][/caption]DirtWe heat and cool with dirt. Geothermal is the reliable renewable. The sun doesn't have to shine, the wind doesn't have to blow.Have more to contribute to this page? Images, Video's, Advice? Please contact usvar host = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://secure." : "http://");document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + host + "wufoo.com/scripts/embed/form.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));var r7q0z5 = new WufooForm();r7q0z5.initialize({'userName':'kinertia', 'formHash':'r7q0z5', 'autoResize':true,'height':'395', 'ssl':true);r7q0z5.display();