Geothermal Heating and Cooling’s Long Term Cost Savings

Households that install an energy efficient Geothermal Heating and Cooling system can see yearly energy savings by as much a 70%. Depending on your current heating system, with a typical Geothermal system customers can see positive return within 5 to 7 years. Geothermal not only saves you money on your winter heating bills but also on your summer air conditioning bills because a typical system cools at a rate of 1 to 2 times an average air conditioning system.

There are numerous reasons one might consider converting to a geothermal energy system, but we thought we would take a moment to illustrate a few of the most commonly cited reasons.

Reduced Carbon Footprint

A carbon footprint is commonly defined as the total amount of greenhouse gas emissions caused by an organization, individual, event or product. By converting your home to a geothermal energy system, you will have the opportunity to reduce your family’s environmental footprint by up to 80%.

Energy Independence

As global energy supplies dwindle and demand for oil continues to increase, consumers will be left to deal with the dictates of market forces. A geothermal energy system from Quest Geothermal will allow you to insulate your family from the uncertainties of the markets, and help to eliminate your overall dependence on fossil fuels.

Comfort

Geothermal heating systems effortlessly maintain a steady ambient room temperature, thus contributing to the overall comfort of your home. Geothermal systems eliminate indoor temperature swings and humidity changes that often occur with traditional systems.

Safety

Unlike conventional heating systems, geothermal energy systems do not require a combustible fuel source. Geothermal systems tap into the earth’s natural fuel source, and eliminate the need for dangerous, combustible fuels in your home.

Maintenance

Unlike traditional home heating systems, geothermal units require next-to-no maintenance to remain in proper working order. Additionally, our geothermal systems have a life expectancy of 20 years or more.

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