ClimateMaster: Geothermal Energy Makes Headlines


It seems that every week there is a new mention of geothermal heating and cooling being the top choice when it comes to energy efficiency for the American homeowner. Recently, more and more residents in locations from Abilene, Texas to Bangor, Maine, have been exploring the geothermal realm, wanting nothing more than to find a solution to cut their electric bills that are rising out of control.

The benefits are easy to see when installing a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling unit. The geothermal technology that’s been around for more than fifty years is stepping into the spotlight – with units installed in over a million homes. They have been placed at the top of the list by Tranquility Digital Oudtoor Split TEPconsumers when it comes to energy-saving and environmentally friendly heating and cooling solutions available.

Not only does the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling unit provide the best air quality in the home, but the technology is ideal when a consumer wants in-floor radiant heating (the concept being that hot water circulates through pipes underneath your floors to heat your rooms.)

Whether looking at retrofitting or replacing current, traditional and far too expensive heating and cooling systems, (like the gas furnace or the air conditioning unit that causes the electric bill to spin out of control), the ClimateMaster product line is the one to turn to for a solution.

The ClimateMaster team is made up of industry experts; they know the benefits of geothermal heating and cooling and can answer any question the consumer has. They can show you all the advantages that come with a ClimateMaster geothermal retrofit or replacement, and teach you how to save money while improving the level of comfort inside your home.

ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling units have made headlines for the simple fact that they have proven themselves to be the most reliable on the market. Although the initial investment may seem high to some, knowing that the geothermal heating and cooling unit you install will pay back ten-fold over the years, makes the future look even better. The ClimateMaster top-quality units are also eligible for the 30% federal renewable tax credit, which covers installation, labor and landscaping. In addition, state incentives are also offered to the consumer; yet another way that the U.S. of A. is showing that geothermal energy is the one and only solution that works.

Gaining knowledge about this ‘chosen’ renewable energy source is important. The consumer needs to understand that the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling unit increases relaxation – simply because the homeowner and family are being provided with clean, comfortable air temperatures at all times. The units circulate air with amazing accuracy, completely eliminating hot and cold spots. Lower monthly costs come from the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling units, because they simply work far more effectively than traditional heating and cooling systems

Never rule out the reliability factor. ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling units are all about reliable performance. Other conventional heat pumps and air conditioners can be knocked out due to rain, snow, ice, temperature extremes – even vandalism. But seeing as that ClimateMaster utilizes underground technology, their geothermal heating and cooling units do not need to deal with any of those issues – granting relief to the homeowner’s mind.

The ClimateMaster units are most definitely earth friendly heat pumps, emitting absolutely no harmful gasses (such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, or other greenhouse gasses). And they operate so quietly that the old frustration you had with that rackety contraption stuck to the outside of your house becomes a distant memory.

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Source: Climate Master / Baret News Wire


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