Geothermal Heating and Cooling Sioux City Iowa
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Geothermal Heating and Cooling
Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems: A Smart and Simple Solution
When you live in a climate like Sioux City Iowa’s, you know you need a reliable HVAC system for year-round comfort. There are more than a few ways to keep your home warm during the coldest months, and cooler during the hottest seasons. The geothermal heating and cooling system is one of those ways.
What is the geothermal heating and cooling system? It is the heating and cooling system with a really fancy name for a really simple and really smart way to heat and cool your home or office. The best news is that just one unit takes care of heating and cooling your home!
The HVAC System that Makes Sense and Saves Cents
Geothermal heating and cooling systems are a genius and innovative idea based on common sense. The premise of the system is to use what we already have, namely an endless supply of free and renewable energy. Where do you ask? In your own backyard for starters.
Geothermal system results in a considerable difference in the energy efficiency and usage in your home or office too. That is because it is as natural a source of energy as there is, but the geothermal system also saves more than energy and energy resources.
According to the numbers, homeowners can save as much as 70% when it comes to heating and cooling their homes and heating their water. Geologists and scientists have known for years that the earth absorbs heat (solar energy). What followed next, the idea to tap into that stored energy supply making it one of the best ways to save on energy costs.
Reliable Renewable Geothermal Heating and Cooling
Geothermal Systems are Geo-Friendly
When you choose a geothermal heating and cooling system, you’ll not only burn cleaner, but it is also the cleanest way to heat and cool your home or office. Best of all, it leaves zero carbon footprint, because it burns zero fossil fuels.
The result is cleaner heat in the winter. It equates to cleaner AC in the summer, and a cleaner way to heat your water. It is also nice to know the air inside your home is as green as the heating and cooling system it uses.
You may qualify for rebates and incentives! Many energy providers and government energy savings plans offer incentives such as tax credits for using clean energy systems. We’ll help you find out if you qualify.
How the Geothermal System Works
As one of the crowning achievements of the green energy movement, geothermal systems are no longer a theory or idea. Today, in every state in the Country and being used around the globe, geothermal technology has become a proven, dependable, and most importantly, clean source of energy.
In addition to offering a better way to heat and cool offices and homes, geothermal systems save money on utility expenses while reducing energy and minimizing our carbon footprint. Here are the basics of how it works:
Using the Earth’s Natural Resources
- Beneath our feet, some four to six feet down is a source of constant comfortable temperature While the sun scorches the air, and cold ices the atmosphere, a few feet below the. surface the earth’s temperature essentially remains unchanged
- The geothermal system, using a network of fluid-filled pipes, taps into that source of constant temperature and stored heat. This network of pipes is designed in what is referred to as a “loop.” By tapping into this stored heat and energy supply, this loop system then carries it back to the surface and to our homes to be used.
- An indoor compressor unit then can use this energy to increase and or circulate it throughout the home or office. During hotter months, the system works in reverse to pump the heat from our homes and back into the earth. The filters in the earth’s cooler air.
An Investment in Geothermal Systems
Choosing geothermal provides a high ROI (return on investment) because you save money immediately with reduce energy bills all year long.
It is also an investment, as many numbers state that the savings over several years with the geothermal system can begin paying homeowners back. Over the lifetime of the average geothermal system, the return on investment is estimated as high as 20%.
Geothermal heating and cooling systems also last longer than traditional heating and cooling systems. Meaning, even without incentives, geothermal technology is just a smart investment.
Geothermal Heats Your Water Too!
In addition to providing a cleaner and energy-saving source of heating and cooling, geothermal systems also save money on heating your water. While the system is operating, heat that is normally lost is saved and diverted back to the water heater tank.
What that means for homeowners is a savings of up to half of the cost it would normally take to heat their water. That is because the unit upon returning that stored heat can generate nearly half of the hot water homes will use – and at zero cost.
Ready to Make the Geothermal Switch?
If you are thinking about installing a geothermal heating and cooling system in your Sioux City home or office, we can help. We’ll evaluate your home, make recommendations, and identify all the rebates and incentives for which you may qualify.
To learn more about the benefits of the WaterFurnace geothermal heating and cooling system, schedule a FREE consultation. Call Today: (712) 223-8101.
Located in Sioux City, Iowa we service customers throughout the entire Tri State area. Our Service Area includes:
Iowa: Akron, Anthon, Bronson, Brunsville, Hinton, Hornick, Kingsley, Lawton, Lake Okoboji, Le Mars, Merrill, Moville, Onawa, Pierson, Remsen, Salix, Sloan, and Westfield
Nebraska: Dakota City, Homer, Hubbard, Jackson, Ponca, South Sioux City
South Dakota: Dakota Dunes, Elk Point, Jefferson, North Sioux City.
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708 W 7th St
Sioux City, IA 51103