When my hubby and I were in the process of building our new home, the two of us considered all weird types of temperature control systems.
- Because of the weather in our local area, the two of us wanted a system that would supply both heating and cooling.
Both of us hoped to avoid sacrificing too much space and aesthetics to bulky equipment. Energy efficiency was also a large priority for usâ€¦ Not only were the two of us looking to keep our daily costs as low as possible, however the two of us are sad over our impact on the environment. It’s pressing to us to minimize orangecondo gas emissions, a geothermal heat pump gave the perfect solution to all of our requirements. The only concern was the initial investment. A geothermal system is far more lavish than any other type of temperature control. The cost for installing the underground loop system, because of the necessary excavation, added up to $20,000. The cost was a bit overwhelming to undertake. However, the two of us looked into the saving from tapping into the renewable energy source in our backyard and realized the two of us could reuse the investment in under many years. The geothermal system takes advantage of the stable year round temperature underground! Rather than burn fossil fuels to create heat, it simply moves existing heat between the ground and the home. This process is extremely efficient, scrub and quiet. Both of us are able to maintain perfect temperature all year round for approximately a dollar per afternoon. Plus, the two of us have much longer to reuse our investment because of the exceptional lifespan of the system. Both of us can expect the underground loop to last around 100 years and the indoor heat pump should supply reliable operation for over twenty years.
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