HEATING & COOLING
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WHAT IS GEOTHERMAL?
Geothermal is an energy-efficient, cost effective space conditioning system that taps into the earth to capture its renewable energy. The earth absorbs the sun’s energy that reaches it, storing that energy in the ground. A geothermal system extracts that energy for heating during winter. For cooling, the system removes heat from the home and dumps it into the cooler earth. This transferring of heat is accomplished using a series of pipes buried deep in the ground. Not only is a geothermal system a renewal energy source making it highly energy-efficient, it requires no outdoor unit and is quiet, reliable and durable.
10 REASONS TO CHOOSE GEOTHERMAL
- Higher energy efficiency means lower operating costs. If utility rates increase 5% per year nationally, a dollar spent today in utility bills will be $2.53 in 20 years.
- A Bryant geothermal system is specifically designed for your home with the aid of computer software and the experience of your Bryant dealer.
- It offers even temperatures and excellent humidity control.
- Bryant geothermal equipment may have longer life expectancy because it’s underground and inside the home, without exposure to weather conditions.
- You may be eligible for a 30% tax credit on the installation cost of a geothermal system, with no maximum.
- Geothermal technology is a proven cost-effective method of heating, cooling, and producing domestic hot water.
- Since it is run by electricity, there are no furnace flue pipes, penetrations in the roof for exhaust, or risks associated with having a combustion system inside the home.
- Bryant geothermal technology includes environmentally sound Puron refrigerant.
- Bryant limited warranties are among the best in the industry.
- There is no noisy outdoor equipment.
CURIOUS IF GEOTHERMAL IS
RIGHT FOR YOU?
Making the switch to a geothermal system can be a major decision in the home building or remodeling process. Answer the following questions to find out if geothermal is the right fit for your home. If you would like to speak to one of our professionals more about geothermal systems, please send us a message or give us a call today to get started.
Does your home have at least 2500 sq. ft of conditioned space?
Are your current heating and cooling bills higher than other comparable homes in your area?
Is the current heating or cooling system more than 15 years old?
Do you have a large yard that could facilitate digging in a system?
Do you plan on being in your home 10 years from now?
Do you want to eliminate the outdoor unit?
Do you feel good about using high heating and/or cooling efficiency?
Does your average summer temperature get above 85° or higher?
Does your average winter temperature drop to 32° or lower?