There are many different reasons you should consider geothermal installation for your Minneapolis home. We specialize in geothermal heat pump installation in this area, and we wanted to give you a brief overview of this type of heat pump and its advantages.
After the geothermal installation process is complete, you could enjoy long-term cost savings. Because geothermal heat pumps are transferring heat and not creating it, this makes the system incredibly efficient. This means you could see lower heating bills in the winter and lower cooling bills in the summer.
When you call us for geothermal installation, you will notice that we do not have to install an outdoor unit. This means the system runs quieter. The sound is comparable to that of your refrigerator. And because there is no outdoor unit, you do not have to worry about that part of the system being subjected to the outdoor elements, like freezing temperatures, bad weather and the build-up of leaves and other debris.
If you are trying to decrease your carbon footprint, or if you are worried about the environmental impact of heating and cooling units, you should definitely look into geothermal installation. This is the most eco-friendly way to heat and cool your home. These systems do not use as much electricity to operate, and they do not emit any greenhouse gases like carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. Plus, you don’t have to worry about dangerous levels of carbon monoxide in your home either. There is no combustion in geothermal heat pumps.
While a traditional furnace will last you around seven years, a geothermal heat pump can last you 15 years or more. Call us for geothermal installation now and you probably will not have to worry about it again for another decade or two. Plus, these systems do not require a lot of maintenance, unlike furnaces and air conditioners.
More long-term cost savings
Geothermal installation can save you money on other bills in the long-term too. For example, the hot water these pumps deliver is produced much more efficiently. Heat pumps can also take the heat that is removed from your home during the cooling cycle and put it directly into your hot water heater instead of back into the ground.
If you would like to learn more about geothermal installation in Minneapolis, call Hartmann Well Drilling at 952-758-2202 or you can contact us to get a Free Estimate.