If you’re ready to make a change in your home, let’s talk about geothermal. It’s not only an alternative energy system that helps you save long-term and helps you reduce your carbon footprint, but it’s also a logical choice if you’re looking for convenience and peace of mind. 

If you’re planning to spend a lot more time at home, whether with kids not going to camp or because your work situation has become remote for the indefinite future, you want to make the most of your home if it’s where you’re going to be spending the majority of your days.

What to Know About Geothermal Heat Pumps

Based on the same technology as your refrigerator, geothermal heat pumps remove heat from the ground and move it into your home. By installing a geothermal system, there is no need for two separate systems (think traditional furnace and A/C) because geothermal can heat and cool your home at a fraction of the cost of a more traditional system.

Geothermal Provides Ideal Temperatures

You don’t have to sweat about keeping your home cool in the summer with geothermal. If you want to adjust the temperature as you please throughout the day, you can. Geothermal heat pumps give you ideal temperatures all year long. 

They’re essentially the best way to maintain a comfortable indoor climate since they draw heat from the ground, a stable source. Think of geothermal as energy-efficient heating and cooling at its finest.

Geothermal Works with Minimal Noise

If you’re looking to keep your home cool in the summer with minimal noise from a cooling system, geothermal might just be the way to go. While a traditional furnace and A/C setup need to run harder (and make more noise) to modify and adjust the temperature, a geothermal system doesn’t have to work as hard.

Having a more stable heat source allows geothermal heat pumps to work less (with minimal noise) while still achieving a comfortable temperature in your home.

Take Advantage of Geothermal Savings

If you didn’t already know, now through December 31, 2022, you can receive a 26% federal tax credit for residential ground source heat pump installation.

Already have a heating and cooling system? No problem. The good news is that most homes can now be retrofitted with geothermal systems. 

So if you’re sold on doing your part to help the planet – and you want to save and achieve maximum comfort – then geothermal is your answer. And our Sensible team would love to help you out with a new geothermal system, a retrofit geothermal system, or other alternative energy needs. After all, we are Colorado’s leading geothermal experts for a reason!

About Sensible Heating & Cooling

For us, Sensible is a way of life. Our form is function, and we want to equip you with the right information so you feel empowered to make the right decisions for your home. If you want to work with a premier heating and cooling company that you can trust, you want Sensible.

To learn more about our services and to take our virtual estimate survey, contact us today.

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