Upgrading to a geothermal heat pump


My spouse and I chose to update our Heating, Ventilation and A/C device as the new component failed! My pal and I had been living with a central Heating, Ventilation and A/C component for years.

The two of us hated it.

It was discouraging that every room had to be the same temperature. I didn’t like that I had such a large, visible indoor air handler too; Once the Heating, Ventilation and A/C died I started looking at ductless options. I wanted something smaller, cleaner, and less visible. I then learned that a heat pump system can be buried underground. This geothermal heat pump then uses the ground temperature to achieve the setting on the temperature control. Think about it. In the winter the ground is a lot warmer than the air. The same is true for cold air in the summer. I am getting cleaner, free air when I turn on my geothermal heat pump. I also can have zone control due to it being a ductless option, and no more heating and cooling unused rooms. No more complaining about being too hot and too cold due to someone messing with the temperature control. Another pro of the geothermal heat pump is that it requires really little service and service. I call for geothermal service when I think about it, which isn’t really often. For the most part, it runs itself and I just adore the energy savings. Finding an Heating, Ventilation and A/C supplier that handles geothermal heat pumps was the only snag. It is quite specialized and requires really proficient cable companies to do the installation, repair, and service.

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