Many people become interested in geothermal when they become tired of paying high energy bills. While the exact savings will be determined by many variables, geothermal pays off. This case study explores how Kansas homeowners are experiencing the benefits of switching to geothermal.
More and more homeowners are replacing or combining their traditional heating and cooling systems with geothermal. This case study reveals how one installer in St. Louis is providing the benefits of geothermal systems to their customers in Missouri and Illinois.
Due to its geology, eastern Iowa is a prime location for homes to use geothermal heating and cooling. Geothermal systems are a good solution for both new and existing homes. Learn how one company in Iowa is providing its customers with all the benefits of geothermal systems.
In addition to the cost savings, geothermal heating and cooling systems offer many benefits. Learn how one installer in Iowa is providing their customers with comfort at a lower cost than traditional systems.
While the upfront investment may be higher with geothermal than a conventional systems, there are factors that make it a good deal. On top of the federal and local tax credits for geothermal systems, the ongoing savings from lower energy costs adds up quickly. This case study explores why families in Minnesota are switching to geothermal systems.
Today, geothermal systems are becoming more and more popular. The federal tax credit for geothermal installations available through 2016 is one factor driving interest, but it is also because they are the most energy efficient way to heat and cool your home.
A geothermal heating and cooling system harnesses the sustainable energy of the earth. The ground-source or geothermal heat pump exchanges heat with the ground via a pipe system buried under ground. This case study explores how families in Central Kansas are benefiting from geothermal systems.
A geothermal heating and cooling system harnesses the sustainable energy of the earth. The ground-source or geothermal heat pump exchanges heat with the ground via a pipe system buried under ground. This case study shows how one Ohio homeowner saved money by switching to a geothermal system.
Homeowners are usually most interested in the lower utility costs that come with a geothermal heating and cooling system. While the upfront investment may be higher with geothermal than a conventional systems, there are some factors that make it a good deal.
Climate Control Heating and Cooling designs and installs geothermal systems throughout the Central Missouri area out of their central office located in Jefferson City, Missouri. This case study examines how Climate Control is helping homeowners cut their utility bills and enjoy the comforts of a geothermal system.
Brown Heating and Air Conditioning installs geothermal heating and cooling systems in south central Wisconsin. This case study explains how one retired couple uses a Brown HVAC installed geothermal system to keep their heating and cooling costs remarkably low.
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