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ClimateMaster: A Must-Learn Lesson for Homeowners

landing_r1_c2_s2When it comes to the HVAC industry, there are valuable lessons a homeowner should learn.

Now, when speaking about heating and cooling costs, even a scientific mind would have trouble breaking down and understanding facts, such as, the tons of capacity multiplied by the amount of energy used to heat one gram of water equals…and so on. But ClimateMaster wants the homeowner to understand. They want to be a partner for the homeowner that can be relied upon to provide perfect heating and cooling for homes all year long, (without having to be Einstein to understand it all.)

Even though the initial investment for the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems remains higher than that of traditional HVAC systems, the benefits for the homeowner quickly turn that upfront cost into a lifelong investment that pays huge rewards.

Each and every day, the ‘buzz’ regarding geothermal heating and cooling technology is spreading far and wide. More and more homeowners are taking advantage of this perfect way to save money while providing the perfect temperatures inside the home for their family. Not only can they see a reduction in utility bills of up to 80%, but for even further cost reduction, tax rebates are available that repay 30% of costs – including installation, labor and even landscaping.

Whether buying and retrofitting; picking out that summer home project that you want done; or building from the ground-up, ClimateMaster heating and cooling systems offer only good things to the client who wants to save money and live more comfortably in an energy-efficient home.

The ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system you want installed in your home has a far lower operating cost than traditional systems. The geothermal heat pump cost tends to be lower than conventional heating systems by anywhere from $400 to $1,400 per year. So despite spending a little more initially, geothermal heating and cooling ends up paying back big.

When it comes to environmental impact, ClimateMaster geothermal heat pumps cost less and have less of an effect on the environment. The systems reduce emissions by up to 40%, and because half of the system is situated underground, everything from vandalism to noise can be swept under the carpet. The homeowner has literally no worries.

Reliability is another thing – perhaps, one of the greatest things when it comes to how a homeowner‘s budget should be spent. An important lesson to learn is that ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems can last twenty-five years and up. Being that harsh elements can not reach the heat pumps (usually installed indoors), there is extremely low maintenance throughout the system’s extended lifetime.

And with rebates and incentives coming from the Federal government, state governments – even some local electric companies (depending on your area), the homeowner’s initial cost is reduced even further. The home becomes a true ‘castle’ once again, and the continuous savings proves that the ClimateMaster heating and cooling system is the wisest investment you’ve ever made.

Depending on factors such as climate, soil conditions, etcetera – the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems offer features that are right for you no matter where you live. And the very best feature is the fact that your bank account doesn’t suffer by having to pay high-cost utility bills every single month.

Learn valuable lessons from ClimateMaster today!

www.ClimateMaster.com

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