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Climate Master: Geo Thermal Heat Pumps

 

Every year it’s the same thing; trim business costs, lower household bills, and find a way to bring “sustainable energy” to the planet in order to make sure our carbon footprint doesn’t expand so that future generations have to pay for our errors. These are always the prominent ideas in any homeowner’s or business executive’s mind, not to mention how to accomplish all three of these feats at the same time.

 

For those who are unaware, geothermal energy is thermal energy generated and stored in the earth; it is a continuous source of energy Tran-30-Upflowin the form of heat that comes from the earth’s very core. It’s no surprise that this is a continuous source, seeing as that the earth absorbs nearly half of the solar energy the planet receives, allowing the earth to remain a constant, moderate temperature just below its surface all year long.

 

When it comes to the air temperature, however, and the sometimes brutal change in seasons, it is the traditional energy methods that have become extremely inefficient. Solution? Geothermal heating and cooling systems.

 

In this day and age more and more people are looking for “sustainable” solutions in all areas of their lives. From business and industry to the building of ‘smart cities’ that would save the environment, the 21st Century has already shown the most progress when it comes to ‘going green.’ And when it comes to heating and cooling systems, the visionaries at ClimateMaster have been able to find the perfect way to take advantage of the earth’s stable temperature to bring our homes and businesses energy that costs less, trims the budget, increases property values of homes, saves the environment and, yes, does all these things at the same time.

 

By using a piping system known as a “loop,” geothermal heating and cooling systems have been introduced to our world. Based on this “loop,” water circulates from a home or business to the ClimateMaster geothermal heat pump to the earth, and then back again. By doing this, the ability to heat and cool have become incredibly efficient. And not only does this system help the environment, but it also gives an individual the ability to benefit from federal tax credits aimed at “sustainable living.”

 

ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems are 400-600% efficient, which is certainly a figure that can boggle the mind. But what this also adds up to is a way to literally cut your heating, cooling, and hot water bills by up to 80%.

 

There are many, as you know, who state they would love to live in the Caribbean or a hot desert oasis when they’re looking at two-feet of snow piled up outside their window. But when it comes to the absolute coldest day on record, it is the ClimateMaster geothermal pump that brings a homeowner heat when it’s needed the most – and at a much lower cost. Add to that the fact that a geothermal system consumes less energy, seeing as that it easily absorbs heat from the wealth found below ground, and you have a truly energy-efficient system in your home that will make you not want to bury your head in that particular snow bank when opening the electric and water bills.

 

Of course, during the hot and humid months we need the flip side of the coin when it comes to help. And with ClimateMaster, individuals and commercial enterprises not only receive all these benefits that come with heating, but the geothermal heat pump also uses the “loop” theory to create cool, dehumidified air. A traditional air conditioner is not the right path in order to cut costs; it must work far harder to actually force heat from your home causing your bill to climb, whereas a geothermal heat pump consumes far less energy making a significant cut in costs and truly allows your home to be energy-efficient.

 

It may be news to some, but according to the U.S. Department of Energy, a typical American family spends approximately $2,000 a year on energy bills, with heating, cooling and hot water costs combining to make up over 70% of that payout; a payout that families just can not afford. Therefore, installing energy-efficient HVAC systems, like a ClimateMaster geothermal system, is not only a blessing it’s actually the wisest home improvement project you can accomplish; an investment that truly returns money into your pocket.

 

Just to put this into perspective, when we speak about ClimateMaster’s products having energy efficiency between 400-600%, keep in mind that the standard/highest efficiency gas furnace is only 98% efficient. And with ClimateMaster’s incredible new series of geothermal heat pumps – the Tranquility Digital Series – the ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient designation has been earned, causing them to be the ‘best.’ Not only that, but homeowners are now being able to take advantage of the 30% federal tax credit – not to mention local energy tax credits – that help reduce the upfront costs of purchase and installation.

 

Not only will you be trimming costs, lowering your bills AND doing your part when it comes to reducing that carbon footprint by making your own home sustainable, but your property value will also increase with the installation of ClimateMaster’s Geothermal Heating & Cooling System.

 

It’s time… It’s time that we all got on board with a true innovation that not only saves us money and allows us to increase the value of our home, but also provides that “sustainable energy” so that we can improve our lives and the lives of the next generation.

 

For more information on the true efficiency breakthrough that ClimateMaster has made with the introduction of the Tranquility® Digital Series, head right now to:

www.ClimateMaster.com

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