The HVAC System Most Suitable For Your Home

landing_r1_c2_s2There are many factors to consider when you’re a homeowner choosing to update, upgrade or build a home that will be as energy efficient, and save you as much money as possible.

One of the most important systems of any house is the HVAC system. In fact, it is one system that should be on the top of all homeowners’ lists when it comes to saving money. It’s a fact that the combination of heating, cooling and hot water make up 70% of a homeowner’s monthly utility bill, and with substandard HVAC systems in place that utility bill can skyrocket.

What over one million Americans have already discovered, is that ClimateMaster geothermal heat pumps offer the homeowner energy efficiency that’s 400-600% (as opposed to a gas furnace that only offers 94-98%). They have also been the receivers of a 30% Federal tax credit that’s given to homeowners who are wise enough to install a geothermal heating and cooling system by ClimateMaster. In addition, state incentives are offered by some states, as well as certain cities that are working on programs with local utility companies to help reward the homeowner who chooses to install the ENERGY STAR geothermal heating and cooling systems that ClimateMaster provides.

When it comes to what’s best for any home, the owner must think about suitability. Are geothermal heat pumps right for them?

By heating and cooling your home with a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system, you save money. Geothermal heat pumps use pipes buried in the ground to tap into the earth’s energy. These pipes work off a ‘loop’ design that connects the ground with the home, so that heat can always be consistent throughout the cold months; even floor heating can be had, as well as supplementing the hot water supply in your home for free.

This is literally an exchange or transfer system; technology that’s based on the fact that just a few feet below the ground the earth stays at a constant temperature (varying only a few degrees depending on geographical location). This is why the ClimateMaster geothermal heat pump can be used all year long from summer to winter, saving the homeowner energy and money no matter what the weather is outside.

The benefits of ClimateMaster geothermal heat pumps are many. By replacing conventional electric or other traditional HVAC systems with a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system, a homeowner can save up to 80% on the monthly heating, cooling, and hot water bill. Installing the system lowers your home’s carbon emissions depending on which fuel you are replacing; you never have to worry about deliveries; you can take care of heating, cooling and hot water with one system; and, the ClimateMaster geothermal heat pump needs very little maintenance during its lifetime of twenty-five-years plus.

As far as your location is concerned, installing a geothermal heat pump does not mean you need acres of land; your plot doesn’t have to be spread out over miles to accommodate the installation. And since a majority of the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system is underground, there’s no need to worry about vandalism or harmful effects from inclement weather.

ClimateMaster geothermal heat pumps offer stellar performance, as opposed to the traditional HVAC system you could choose. And just as it is with the heating element, ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems also work perfectly when the days are blistering hot. This highly energy efficient system produces a cool, consistent temperature throughout the house and provides comfort and savings that can not be matched.

To discover how 100% suitable a ClimateMaster geothermal heat pump is for your home, head to: www.ClimateMaster.com