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5 Reasons to Switch to Geothermal Products

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Geothermal heating systems draw upon the Earth’s ground energy to cool and heat homes across Georgia. The system comprises a geothermal heat pump and ground loop component that extracts the energy. If you’re in the market for a better heating and cooling alternative, here are some reasons to consider making the switch to geothermal products:

They’re Quiet

Geothermal systems make about as much noise as a refrigerator. They’re exceptionally quiet, so you don’t have to deal with the typical sounds associated with your heater kicking on. They also work a lot like a refrigerator in how they remove and transfer heat.

They’re Environmentally-Friendly

Geothermal energy is renewable. In fact, energy beneath the ground is endless, so you never have to rely on fossil fuels to regulate your home’s temperatures. You can enjoy a sustainable supply of energy that will reduce your family’s carbon footprint for good.

They’re More Efficient Than Traditional Heating Methods

Geothermal heating systems consume very little electricity and are four times more efficient than standard heat pumps. For homeowners, this puts more money back in your pocket because you’re not spending as much on utility bills.

They’re Cost-Effective

Investing in a geothermal system is more expensive than traditional methods, but once you’ve got the system installed, you can expect less frequent services and repairs, increased system longevity, and increased energy savings. Within a few years, your geothermal system will have paid for itself.

You’ll Enjoy Heating and Cooling Capabilities

Geothermal heat pumps draw heat into the home during the winter, but they also draw it out during the summer. You enjoy the benefit of a two-in-one heating and cooling system. Why put up with maintaining a separate furnace and air conditioner when you can streamline everything?

Call McDevitt Air at 877-692-9402 to learn more about our geothermal products and services. We’ll be happy to discuss your system options and other benefits related to upgrading to a geothermal heating system.

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