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ClimateMaster Makes the Hot Summer a Breeze

 

When choosing to install an HVAC system that is highly efficient and will lower your electric bill, it’s important to note that the old, traditional methods of air conditioning simply don’t work. Not only is the rickety swamp cooler or air conditioner not able to cool the house comfortably, but the high amounts of energy these units use to operate causes the homeowner to sweat even more on that one-hundred-degree day.

High and moderate family incomes are turning to the benefits of geothermal heating and cooling systems by ClimateMaster. Being that heat, hot water and air conditioning make up the bulk of the normal electric bill, having a geothermal heating and cooling system that takes care of all three provides phenomenal savings. In fact, this choice has shown that with the ClimateMaster product line, electric bills drop up to 80%. And the installation costs are basically erased after only a few years by receiving this incredible savings.

As everyone heads into the heat of summer, they are opening their electric bills with one eye shut, hoping that the amount they’re about to see will not have them break out in a new sweat in an already uncomfortable house. But over one million American homes have had that fear put to rest by installing a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system. This technology has saved the homeowner serious cash.

Using the ground as a heat source, the perfect ‘loop’ design of the geothermal heating and cooling system by ClimateMaster takes advantage of the Well Water Loopsmoderate temperatures already in the ground to boost efficiency and reduce the ever-rising operational costs of traditional systems. Also, by having the geothermal heating and cooling system, all bases are covered with the one product. No longer will extra monthly bills have to be paid, such as propane deliveries and the constant maintenance costs that come along with substandard systems.

ClimateMaster ENERGY STAR geothermal heating and cooling systems tap into the clean, renewable temperatures that are right beneath your feet. And what the public is discovering is that even though geothermal heating and cooling systems may sound like a ‘new idea’, they are most definitely not. Geothermal heating and cooling systems have a proven track record of saving money that reaches all the way back to the 1940s.

These HVAC geothermal heating and cooling systems are a must-have when it comes to putting cash back into a homeowner’s pocket, providing the highest efficiency possible (400-600% versus a gas furnace that provides 95-98% efficiency). The air temperatures in the home that come from a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system are always high quality, and every room is cooled perfectly – with no hot or cold spots produced.

te_headerThere are studies, research, books, reviews – you name it, all state the benefits of geothermal heating and cooling systems. Homes ranging from chilly Alaska to the drought-ridden Southwest are now saving money every month. The right geothermal heating and cooling systems that offer all these benefits are created by the innovative minds of ClimateMaster; these ENERGY STAR systems provide 20+ years of reliable heating and cooling for the home with minimal maintenance.

The sticker price of the initial installation sounds like a lot to some; however, with the federal government giving a 30% guaranteed tax credit to homeowners who install the geothermal heating and cooling system as their source of energy – as well as extra state incentives depending on where you live – the sticker price turns out to be a drop in the bucket considering the return you receive.

With Uncle Sam on the homeowner’s side making sure that the 30% tax credit covers labor, installation, and landscaping costs that may apply, approximately one-third of the initial investment is paid back.

In addition, with a geothermal heating and cooling system by ClimateMaster, the ground-loop and heat exchanger provide all the hot water the home needs, so owners no longer have to pay extra money. (This is an average savings of over $500 a year according to the Department of Energy). Calculating the 20+ years these durable systems last, the homeowner actually ends up receiving an annual increase of 4% on top of the money they’ve already saved. The steadily (and always) rising electric costs no longer need to be a hassle.

The constant maintenance that comes with the traditional conventional air conditioning and heating systems adds up to big money over time. But with the low maintenance of the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems, even more money is saved.

In other words, don’t sweat the summertime – install a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system today.

www.ClimateMaster.com

Source: Baret News Wire

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