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Benefits of Geothermal Systems
Enhance your home’s indoor air quality with a geothermal system. Because there is no combustion in this system, there is also no risk of exposing your loved ones to harmful carbon monoxide, and the combination of high-efficiency air cleaners and a geothermal system promotes high-quality indoor air. Geothermal systems are built to last 15 years or more, with the ground loops carrying a warranty of 50 years. This warranty lasts much longer than a typical furnace, which has a life expectancy of seven to 10 years. Geothermal systems are energy efficient, with the potential to lower your energy bill up to 70 percent. The most environmentally friendly way to heat and cool a home, geothermal systems are also quiet and reliable.
Choosing a Geothermal Heating and Cooling System
When you are choosing a geothermal system, determine its heating efficiency by looking at the system’s coefficient of performance, and determine its cooling efficiency by looking at its energy efficiency ratio. Also, consider the system’s economics. Though the upfront purchase and installation cost of a geothermal system is higher than the costs associated with other heating and cooling systems, the system’s increased energy efficiency can lower your utility bills and allow you to recoup your investment in two to ten years. In addition, there are incentives available to offset the costs associated with these systems. You also should consider your site when you choose a geothermal system. Consider the composition of your site’s soil and rock, the availability of ground or surface water, and how much land you have available in order to choose the right system and design the proper ground loop.
Geothermal System Installation
An open fan or closed loop pipe system will be placed below ground and filled with an antifreeze solution. There is also air delivery ductwork to install, which will distribute the air into the home through the house’s ductwork system. At Crescenze Cooling & Heating, LLC, our professional technicians offer services including geothermal system design and installation.