Is your current heating and cooling system costing you money every month because of its inefficiency? If so, now is the perfect time to make the switch to an efficient geothermal heat pump! They are easy to install, incredibly efficient, and are almost guaranteed to save you money on your monthly heating and cooling bills. And if you have a geothermal heat pump installed before December 31, 2016, you can take advantage of a federal renewable energy tax credit that offers a tax incentive of 30 percent of the installed cost of the system.
So what are you waiting for? Call Fresh Air Concepts today and ask us how a geothermal system can save you up to 70% in heating costs, up to 50% in cooling costs, and around 30-50% in hot water costs! During unit operation, free excess heat is used to supplement the home’s water heater.
But if you still want to know more, here you go!
How does a Geothermal Heat Pump Work?
Using a series of pipes buried in the ground, geothermal heat pumps extract heat from the ground and distributes it as warm air in the home. And when the weather heats up, the system works in reverse, pulling warm air from the home and putting it back into the earth.
What are some of the other Benefits of Geothermal Heat Pumps?
1. Generally, no other heating and cooling system offers lower operating costs, with savings up to 60% compared to ordinary systems.
2. Geothermal is a clean, green, and renewable technology to reduce your carbon footprint now and for future generations.
3. These systems provide even temperatures throughout the home year round, with excellent dehumidification during cooling.
If you have any questions about Geothermal Heat Pumps, please contact Fresh Air Concepts by calling 1-800-708-4FAC or click here today! We specialize in Heating, Air Conditioning, and Air Purification in both residential and commercial applications for the Maryland Area.
Fresh Air Concepts’ mission is simple… “To Be Your HVAC Contractor of Choice for All of Your Maryland Indoor Heating, Air Conditioning, and Air Purification Quality Needs”