When it comes to the American homeowner’s economical problems, geothermal heating and cooling systems by ClimateMaster contribute a great deal. The savings is immense, which is why one million American homeowners have already jumped on board. Of course, geothermal heating and cooling is not new; this proven technology that began back in the 1940s is now stepping into the spotlight because of the huge benefits it provides.
HVAC installations have taken a major leap forward. The geothermal heating and cooling systems provided by ClimateMaster now eliminate all the worry and burden that come with conventional systems. The homeowner receives energy efficient systems (400-600%), and they see their electric bills cut up to 80%.
In addition to the low cost and low maintenance that comes with this system, the durability of the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling product lines (a 20+ shelf-life), allows the American homeowner to revel in the savings for a good, long time.
But the contribution of installing a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system in the home extends farther than the homeowner. Using environmentally-friendly fuel, the demand for the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling installations have increased tax bases, provided jobs, stabilized prices and diversified the fuel supply.
Unlike coal and natural gas, geothermal heating and cooling has no “hidden costs”; the issues of land degradation, high air emissions are wiped out. Nothing negatively impacts the health of humans, animals, or the earth. ClimateMaster is a gift that keeps on giving.
The geothermal heating and cooling system hits on all cylinders. There is no longer the need to have a separate air conditioner, as well as a gas furnace or propane for the heating, plus the extra electric costs to heat water. Everything is all-in-one for the homeowner who chooses to have a geothermal heating and cooling system from ClimateMaster installed.
With the conventional systems there are significant cost fluctuations depending on demand, among other factors. The price of gas, natural gas and propane can rise (and will continue to), making homeowners wary that they will never find a way to decrease the costs they have to pay for heating and cooling their home on an annual basis.
Take propane as an example. Propane, unlike gas and oil, is more complex in pricing because the cost is not just a dollar figure measured per gallon. Propane is a commodity refined from other commodities and is traded on a worldwide market, so the price can truly rise sky-high.
Whether or not demand in an area is at peak level is insignificant. What is significant is whether or not there is demand anywhere. For instance, if temperatures in the northeastern United States are extremely cold, demand for propane goes up. But with ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems, there is no worry about these factors. The demand for geothermal heating and cooling systems to be installed in the American home is in high demand, yet the homeowner will not have to pay out more.
The earth is our largest natural resource. No matter what temperatures we’re walking through above ground, just a small distance underground the temps remain constant all year long (differing only a few degrees depending on location). Using a ‘loop’ system, ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems work by connecting the earth to the home. This innovative installation offers the owner and family all the comfort they need without having to deal with a frightening electric bill.
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