From modern homes to large buildings, geothermal heat pumps are the heating systems of the future. Taking advantage of Earth’s natural temperature regulation, geothermal heat pumps deliver more than just heat — they are a source of heating and cooling, eliminating the need for a separate furnace and air conditioning system.

Using geothermal pipes that are buried in the ground where they receive a moderate temperature that adjusts the [inner/internal] climate of your property. Since there is no need of fuel, operational energy savings are ample, typically paying off the initial investment within three to seven years.

In addition to energy savings, government agencies often offer incentives to citizens who employ sustainable sources for their energy use. Fracking for natural gas or drilling and refining oil all have their costs, none of which are issues with geothermal power.

With over one million units in use worldwide, geothermal heat pumps will only grow in popularity. More and more new home constructions will be implementing these systems into their designs. In addition to [HVAC services], geothermal energy can be used to heat water as well as produce radiant heat from floor surfaces.

There is grand potential in the continued development of this technology, so get in on the opportunity to improve the efficiency of regulating your [heating and cooling], reduce monthly energy bills, and lower your carbon footprint. Contact JC & JC HVAC Mechanical Contractors, where services include geothermal heating system installation, maintenance, and repair.


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