For an Efficient Take on Cooling, Consider Geothermal Installation

With high temperatures here in Minnesota, you may be rethinking your cooling system. Have you considered geothermal installation for your New Prague home? If high utility bills or annoying window units have you sweating, you should definitely find out if this efficient, natural means of cooling can work for you.

With geothermal installation you can be cashing in on power provided to you by the Earth beneath you. And, if you wish to become more eco-friendly, a geothermal installation is a much more environmentally friendly way to cool your home than the alternatives. The most eco-friendly manner by which you can cool (and heat) your home, these systems do not use much electricity nor emit greenhouse gases of any sort like carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. There is no combustion required! This means you will not have to concern yourself with worries over dangerous levels of carbon monoxide in your home.

You may have heard of ground source heat pumps but were unaware geothermal installation offers great cooling benefits as well. During the summer, a geothermal system reverses into cooling mode; the building or home is cooled by pulling heat from within, and placing it in the ground. This process also creates hot water in the summer and delivers hot water savings in the winter. Geothermal installation uses about 25 to 50% less electricity than conventional heating and cooling systems. 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, not create it, making for a very efficient system. This makes possible to create a huge drop in heating and cooling costs for you.

And, a geothermal installation’s piping can last for over 50 years! The longevity of these systems is incredible. And, when it comes to maintenance; geothermal has very few needs. When you choose geothermal installation you can expect low maintenance. Their total maintenance costs are usually 1/3 below that of conventional systems. A Hartmann Well Drilling geothermal installation means you will likely not have to address this area of your home’s functional elements for decades.

And these are just some of the reasons you should look into geothermal installation to cool your home next summer! If you would like to learn some more about geothermal installation in New Prague, call Hartmann Well Drilling at 952-758-2202 or you can contact us to get a Free Estimate.

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