There are many different reasons you should consider geothermal installation for your Bloomington home. Specializing in geothermal heat pump installation in the area, we decided to provide an overview of this type of heat pump systems and all of the advantages they offer.
Once the geothermal installation of your heat pump has come and gone, you could enjoy cost savings on your energy bills. Geothermal heat pumps transfer heat—they do not create it—making for a very efficient system. This makes wholly possible a drop in heating and cooling costs for your utility bills.
Geothermal installation can save you money on other bills over the long haul as well. The warm and hot water these types of pumps deliver is produced much more efficiently than in the run-of-the-mill style heat pump. Heat pumps can also take the heat take out or away from your home during the cooling cycle and put it directly into your hot water heater—otherwise it just goes back into the ground.
If you really want to cut down on your carbon footprint, or if you are at all concerned about the environmental impact of cooling and heating units, put some thought into a heat pump of geothermal installation means. The most eco-friendly manner by which you can cool and heat your home, these systems do not hog electricity nor are any greenhouse gases of any sort emitted during their usage—namely carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide—so you will not have to concern yourself with worries over dangerous levels of carbon monoxide in your home. Geothermal units contain zero combustible elements, thus fire is a small concern.
Geothermal units last over twice as long as traditional furnaces and heat pumps—15 years vs. seven years—a Hartmann Well Drilling geothermal installation means you will likely not have to address this porton of your homes functional elements for 10, maybe 20 years! Geothermal units do not require a lot a lot of maintenance work, as opposed to their air conditioner and furnace counterparts.
When you call Hartmann Well Drilling for your geothermal installation, we do not have to install an outdoor unit—your system will run quietly—think the noise level coming from a refrigerator. With zero outdoor unit to worry about, your geothermal system will not run into the pitfalls posed by the outdoor elements of freezing temperatures, bad weather and the build-up of leaves and other debris.