Lower Operational Costs
Geothermal systems provide 4 to 5 times greater energy efficiency than traditional heating and cooling systems. Your exact savings will be determined by many variables, such as your climate, thermostat setting and electric rate, among others. Most homeowners will experience a reduction of between 30 and 70 percent in their heating and cooling costs.
Geothermal systems have a positive impact on the environment since they do not burn fossil fuels and operate on a modest amount of electricity. Per the United States Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency, geothermal systems are the most environmentally friendly way to heat and cool your home.
Healthier & Cleaner Indoor Air
Because the system doesn’t rely on outside air, it keeps your home’s inside air cleaner and free from outdoor pollutants and allergens, providing a much healthier environment and tremendous relief to allergy suffers.
Geothermal systems provide increased air purification and dehumidification compared to traditional HVAC systems. In addition to better air quality, geothermal systems provide consistent indoor air temperatures throughout a home, eliminating the hot and cold spots experienced with conventional systems.
Geothermal systems do not require noisy outdoor equipment like conventional air conditioners and heat pumps. Longer Life Expectancy: A geothermal system is expected to operate at high efficiencies for an average of 20 to 24 years. When compared to the average life expectancy of about 15 years for a traditional HVAC system, geothermal systems are a better choice.