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Quality Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems in Lee’s Summit
In a world of ever-rising costs, it’s no wonder that more people are researching different heating options for their homes. If you’re reading this now, you’re curious about how geothermal heating and cooling work. But more so, you’re wondering how geothermal home heating and cooling will save you money while effectively heating your home. Keep reading to learn more about how geothermal house heating works and why it’s the best option for our future as a sustainable energy source.
Our Eric Kjelshus Heating and Cooling experts are passionate about helping Kansas City residents step into a new future where saving money and renewable energy mesh together perfectly. If you’d rather, give us a call now, and one of our friendly representatives will be happy to talk with you and help you move forward with residential geothermal heat pump installation!
Eric Kjelshus Heating and Cooling Helps You Save Money and The Environment
Geothermal energy is quickly becoming the next demand to resolve global energy concerns. Fun Fact! Geothermic is a Greek term that means earth heat (geo + thermal). It is a renewable energy source harvested from within the earth. The greatest strength of residential geothermal heating and cooling is that it’s both cost-effective and environmentally friendly. The many benefits of geothermal home heating and cooling will help you see how this is truly the best option if you’re in the market for a new system:
- Readily Available, Renewable, Clean Energy
- A Reliable & Sustainable Energy Source
- Being Environmentally Responsible
- Low Maintenance
- Durability – A residential geothermal heat pump will last up to 5 times longer than traditional systems.
- An Efficient & Cost-Effective System that Save You Money Over Time!
How Geothermal Heating Works
Choosing the right geothermal heat pump for the house is important. There are four common types of geothermal home heating and cooling systems.
With a closed-loop system, plastic tubing is buried underground horizontally, vertically, or to a pond or lake. Depending on the type, the burial depth will vary (horizontal – 4 – 6’; vertical – 100-400’ deep; pond/lake – 8’ under the surface). The geothermal heat pump then circulates an antifreeze solution through the buried tubing. Within the heat pump, a heat exchanger transfers heat between the refrigerant in the heat pump and the antifreeze solution.
- In this type, well water or surface body water is used as the heat exchange fluid rather than an antifreeze solution. Following its circulation, water is returned to the ground via a surface discharge, a well, or a recharge well. Open-loop Systems are generally the least practical option.
A hybrid system is another option that employs various geothermal resources, including outdoor air. When considering the location for your residential geothermal heat pump installation, soil conditions, available land, and climate are all factors that impact the final design.
Complete Residential Geothermal Heating and Cooling Services
Switching to geothermal heating from traditional systems is a big decision. But it’s an investment that has proved to have significant long-term benefits, including saving on utility costs and providing a reliable and consistent heat source. The team at Eric Kjelshus Heating and Cooling is Kansas City’s expert in complete residential geothermal heating and cooling system installation. We’re glad to answer all your questions and design the best geothermal heat system for you.
Geothermal Heat Pumps
There are various Geothermal heat pumps designed to provide your home with maximum energy savings and the highest efficiency. An expert with Eric Kjelshus Heating and Cooling will walk you through all the options available and help you decide which unit is best for your system. We proudly provide Kansas City residents with complete geothermal heat pump installation, repair, service, and maintenance services.
New Construction Residential Geothermal Heating
Are you building new? Constructing a new home is the perfect time to have residential geothermal heating and cooling installed. The system is low maintenance and durable, lasting up to five times longer than conventional air conditioning and heating systems. On top of that, you’ll save money on utility costs and get efficient heating right away. And we’ve also found you can often bundle the expense of your new geothermal unit into your mortgage, making it easier on your budget at the onset.
Ready to Get Started? Contact Eric Kjelshus Heating and Cooling Today!
Eric Kjelshus Heating and Cooling is Kansas City’s leading geothermal heating and cooling system installation choice. We’re excited to help you step into the future of renewable energy that saves you money and brings you peace of mind!
Contact us today at (816) 537-5100 to inquire about our geothermal services or to receive a free quote today!