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A home with a temperature that is always comfortable is what everybody would like to have. To achieve this especially if you reside in areas that experience extreme heat and cold, you need to have a ...

A home with a temperature that is always comfortable is what everybody would like to have. To achieve this especially if you reside in areas that experience extreme heat and cold, you need to have a heating or cooling system in your home. When it comes to the systems to choose, you can weigh the benefits of using either geothermal or traditional heat pumps.

If the piping is going to be laid out in the ground or to the ground water table, the system will have to be designed and installed correctly to make sure that your heat pump unit works as intended. You may also visit us today at http://cascademechanical.com/ for more info.

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    • Geothermal VS Traditional Heat Pumps - What's The Difference  Brought to you by: www.cascademechanical.com
    • Geothermal VS Traditional Heat Pumps What's The Difference A home with a temperature that is always comfortable is what everybody would like to have. To achieve this especially if you reside in areas that experience extreme heat and cold, you need to have a heating or cooling system in your home. When it comes to the systems to choose, you can weigh the benefits of using either geothermal or traditional heat pumps.
    • Geothermal VS Traditional Heat Pumps What's The Difference Geothermal heat pumps are cleaner when it comes to how they operate, they require less room and they do not require an outdoor unit unlike traditional heat pumps that do. They do not require a chimney, a flame, combustion and they do not produce carbon dioxide gas that is hazardous. The geothermal system actually conditions the air in your home.
    • Geothermal VS Traditional Heat Pumps What's The Difference Even though installation of a geothermal heat pump can be more costly compared to the traditional heat pumps, its return on investment is much quicker. You will save a lot of money when using the system because of reduced energy bills. There are homeowners who have reported about 80% reduction in their utility bills after they switched to geothermal energy.
    • Geothermal VS Traditional Heat Pumps What's The Difference The cost of the geothermal heat pump is only one factor to put into consideration if you want to transition to green energy. Geothermal heating systems also last twice as long as the traditional heating systems. Since you only need to replace them every twenty years,
    • Geothermal VS Traditional Heat Pumps What's The Difference their cost in the long run is actually cheaper compared to the traditional systems that you will need to replace after about every twelve years. It is possible for the investment in the geothermal heat pump to pay itself off within the first three years of ownership.
    • Geothermal VS Traditional Heat Pumps What's The Difference When choosing a heating system, you also need to consider the impact it is going to have on the environment. Geothermal heating systems offer the most environmentally friendly way of generating power for a home. It cuts on the carbon footprint in the residential area drastically because it uses naturally heated renewable energy that is manufactured from the earth itself.
    • Geothermal VS Traditional Heat Pumps What's The Difference Before choosing a heating system for your home, it is important to have an energy audit that will help you address other issues that may result into excess power usage or energy loss. To make the process more effective, you will need to add new insulation to your home and consider the energy efficiency of the doors as well as windows in your home.
    • Geothermal VS Traditional Heat Pumps What's The Difference If you are really interested in green energy, you will have to look beyond the initial setup costs involved in transition to Eco-friendly energy. The highly reliable and efficient heating systems are usually designed and installed by professionals. Whether it is a geothermal or a traditional heat pump, it is not recommended to make it a DIY project.
    • Geothermal VS Traditional Heat Pumps What's The Difference You will need to use systems that meet specific requirements. If the piping is going to be laid out in the ground or to the ground water table, the system will have to be designed and installed correctly to make sure that your heat pump unit works as intended.
    • Geothermal VS Traditional Heat Pumps What's The Difference If the piping is going to be laid out in the ground or to the ground water table, the system will have to be designed and installed correctly to make sure that your heat pump unit works as intended. You may also visit us today at Cascade Mechanical for more info.
    • Geothermal VS Traditional Heat Pumps - What's The Difference  Brought to you by: www.cascademechanical.com