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ClimateMaster Relieves the Frustration of the Homeowner

landing_r1_c1_s2Yes, we all have frustration, and a great deal of that frustration comes from the workplace. While working all day long, the paradise you dream about is that tranquil home that’s just waiting for you to arrive. Coming home and walking over the threshold after dealing with horrendous summer traffic to enter a nice, cool home – this can immediately release the tension and bring you calm.

Heat frustration is a very real type of annoyance. After being exposed to intense heat for a period of time, a person can experience anger, hostility – sometimes even road rage and irritability. They also have that heavy feeling of exhaustion when they walk through the door of their home.

There is a company that has made sure for over fifty years that when their clients do walk through that door, they enjoy the perfect air quality and the perfect temperatures every single time. ClimateMaster is the popular manufacturer of geothermal heating and cooling systems that have released the frustration of over one million American homeowners.

These systems are easy-to-use and always create the right temperature in the household whether it be a blizzard or a heat wave of mammoth proportions outside. And the homeowner utilizes the geothermal heating and cooling technology because – bottom line – it saves cash.

A majority of your utility bill comes from the necessary trio of hot water, heating and cooling for your home. The utility rates continue to go up, yet the traditional HVAC systems you utilize are simply not giving you the energy efficiency you need. With ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems, the homeowner is provided with a state-of-the-art HVAC system that is 400-600% efficient (weigh those numbers against the 94-98% efficiency that comes with a traditional furnace, and you get the idea.)

When finding a reliable company that you can trust, it is always the one with the solid reputation in the industry that you must seek out. Only that partner will offer you the best products and customer service for your money. And when it comes to the world of heating and air conditioning, that company is ClimateMaster, hands-down.

Made in the USA, the ClimateMaster line is all ENERGY STAR qualified products. ENERGY STAR distinguishes energy efficient products which, although they may cost more to purchase than standard models, will pay the homeowner back in lower energy bills within a reasonable amount of time. And because of the fact that ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems are ENERGY STAR qualified, the homeowner is guaranteed a 30% tax incentive that they can use to cover installation, labor and even landscaping. (There are also certain state governments and utilities that provide tax incentives to the wise resident that purchases a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system.) At the ClimateMaster website, every homeowner can find out exactly what geothermal incentives their state offers.

ClimateMaster’s Integrated Product Development Team is a partnership that literally owns knowledge and creativity that is unequaled by their competitors. This is a company that for 50 years has been ‘5-Star’ when it comes to everything from engineering to sales; marketing and manufacturing to a Development Team that has literally created some of the most advanced, efficient and versatile products available.

Geothermal technology is quite simple. With a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system, the homeowner receives that consistent cool air in the summer and warm air in the winter, as well as a free water heating source. This is innovation!

It’s time. Join with the other one million Americans who no longer have to deal with the frustration of high electric bills and a traditional system that simply isn’t good enough. Treat your home like the castle it was meant to be.

www.ClimateMaster.com

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