Geothermal Heating and Cooling
Eco-Friendly HVAC Systems Help Save Money and are More Efficient
Geothermal heating and cooling systems make use of the earth’s renewable energy, offering you a more efficient and reliable resource than your typical gas or electric furnace or air conditioner unit. Utilizing geothermal energy helps the environment with a positive carbon footprint – whose effects on our planet are the same as taking two cars off the road, or planting an acre of trees.
Ed’s Heating Cooling Plumbing Electric are experts at installing and maintaining geothermal HVAC systems, and have been assisting Dayton residents for over 25 years. The clean energy provided by the heat pumps put into place definitely reduces the need for costly fuel burning power plants – offering efficient energy from the geothermal resources on your property It’s clean technology – geothermal units produce no on-site emissions.
There are over 1 million geothermal installations today, resulting in the avoidance of more than 5.8 million metric tons of carbon dioxide and more than 1.6 million metric tons of carbon equivalent annually. In addition, existing geothermal installations are the environmental equivalent (in emission reduction) of taking 1.2 million cars off the road, or planting more than 385 million trees.
Geothermal systems can be installed with a variety of loop system configurations (see images to right.)
Closed loops use re-circulated fluid in a series of pipes installed vertically, horizontally, or in a pond.
Open loops use well water. Ed’s will evaluate which design will work most efficiently for your home.
To find out more information and technical specifications associated with GeoThermal HVAC installations, please check the Bryant Geothermal Consumer Brochure.
If you are serious about improving your heating and cooling system through geothermal resources, please contact an Ed’s representative today. Our licensed professionals will answer any questions and help you get started on a cleaner, more efficient heating and cooling solution.
Incentives and Tax Credits
Because geothermal systems can be part of the solution for national energy policy, and for efficiency programs of various utilities, many incentives are available throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Some homeowners may qualify for tax credits of 30% of the system cost (with no maximum). Check with your Bryant dealer and tax professional to find out what incentives are available in your area, and which ones you may qualify for.