November 18, 2017

Air Conditioning Company Offers Geothermal Systems

In the past few years, we’ve experienced intolerably hot, muggy summers. Every time the temperature spikes up or down each season, our energy bills tend to jump up. If you feel like your heating and air conditioning simply is not efficient enough, we recommend that you consider investing in a geothermal heating and cooling system.

Geothermal Systems Are Green

Geothermal heating and cooling systems utilize water pipes in a series of loops underground to efficiently heat or cool your home. During the winter, the ground acts as a heat source and water absorbs the heat and is compressed by a heat pump and then distributed throughout the building as heat. Due to this effective process, geothermal heating can be over four times more efficient than gas furnaces, which over a long period of time you will be able to save copious amounts of money. During the summer, this process is reversed and the ground is used to draw heat and humidity out of the home. Cool air is then circulated throughout the home, making it a very efficient cooling system.

Geothermal Systems Are Convenient

Another reason why geothermal systems are great for the home is the convenience. They operate very quietly so you don’t have to worry about being disturbed when concentrating on something important in the home. They are also compatible with most thermostat systems and are easy to use. Geothermal systems do not use any natural resources, so you do not have to worry about different energy bills to heat your home. With a geothermal system, you will never again have to worry about the increasing fuel prices to make your home more comfortable.

Geothermal heating and cooling systems are very green and efficient. Instead of relying on natural gas or excessive electricity, they utilize the ground to effectively heat and cool your home. They are easy to use and produce very little noise. As with all heating and a/c systems, you need the proper sized geothermal unit for optimal efficiency. At Anchor, we guarantee our expert contractors will recommend the correct sized unit for your home and properly install the system.

 

For more information about Geothermal heating and cooling systems – give us a call at (770) 942-2873 or contact us online.

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