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You need to keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter to enjoy the time you spend in it. But traditional heating and cooling systems can be costly to operate. That’s why your home might be better off with a geothermal system.
Below, we’ll tell you everything that you need to know about geothermal systems. By the end, you’ll be able to make a decision about whether this style of heating and cooling is right for your home.
Let’s get started.
Geothermal systems use the earth’s natural warmth to heat up or cool down your home. They’re able to do this more efficiently than standard HVAC systems, which is what’s making them an increasingly popular selection for homeowners throughout Denver and the United States.
Going geothermal should absolutely save you money on energy costs. Since these systems operate more efficiently, they need less energy to produce the same heating and cooling results.
The net outcome is you get to keep your home at the comfortable temperature that you want while reducing your bill by as much as 30 to 60 percent.
People sometimes think that geothermal heat pumps don’t work in extremely hot or cold climates. But that’s not actually the case.
These systems are situated a few feet below the earth’s surface. Down there, the temperature remains fairly stable at about 55 degrees Fahrenheit. That means your geothermal heat pump will work regardless of the weather.
Modern geothermal systems are generally very flexible. You should be able to install one in your home regardless of how large your property is as long as you meet a bare minimum amount of space.
That being said, these systems can be even more effective on large properties. That’s because they can be installed to take advantage of warmth in the earth across a larger plane.
You don’t need to worry about installing a traditional heating and cooling system as a backup to a geothermal one. This technology is just as reliable as your standard HVAC system.
If you’re still worried, then you can pick up a standalone power generator just like you might purchase if you had a standard HVAC unit. That way, even if the unexpected happens, you’ll still be able to heat and cool your home.
Do you like the sound of saving 30-60% on energy costs for heating and cooling throughout the year? If so, consider reaching out to ABE Heating and Cooling to learn more about our installation and maintenance options for geothermal systems.
We are located in Brighton, Colorado, and serve the entire Denver Metro Area. We’d love to help you start enjoying the many benefits of geothermal.
So why wait? Get in touch with us today to get started.