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Heating & Cooling Systems That Offer a Big Payback to the Homeowner

 

Heating & Cooling Systems That Offer a Big Payback to the Homeowner  

by Carmen Schwartz

Geothermal heating and cooling is being raved about by the American homeowner. The list of benefits grows by the day, and yet the impression one has is that geothermal heating and cooling is the ‘latest’ technology.

 

The fact is that geothermal heating and cooling has been around since 1945; yet this ‘old’ technology is finally being seen as the best and only way for a homeowner to receive the energy efficiency they need.

 

When it comes to heating and cooling the home, getting money back is unheard of. Furnaces, oil deliveries, air conditioning units that are beyond noisy, HVAC systems that are substandard and do not offer consistent heat or cool throughout the house – all of these are truths. And every single one of these systems costs the homeowner big – with utility bills that skyrocket in the harsh winter months and the sweltering temperatures of a hot, humid summer.

 

Reliability is not seen by the homeowner when it comes to the traditional heating and cooling methods. And the efficiency percentages of these traditional systems are far below par.

 

ClimateMaster is a company that’s named correctly. They are true masters when it comes to understanding and sharing their knowledge with products_buttonhomeowners in regards to geothermal heating and cooling. With a product line featuring ENERGY STAR rated geothermal heating and cooling systems, ClimateMaster provides the homeowner with a way to easily, affordably, and perfectly cool and heat the home, as well as supply hot water.

 

Using the geothermal heat pump, homeowners literally tap into the clean, renewable energy that lies right beneath their feet. The geothermal heating and cooling systems by ClimateMaster use this natural resource, and have a proven track record that stretches back decades; over one million American homes have already begun saving money with the ClimateMaster innovative systems.

 

The geothermal heating and cooling system works on a ‘loop’, connecting the earth with the home to supply the exchange of energy to heat and cool air. The effects are exceptional, and the complete quiet of the ClimateMaster system improves the ambience of the home.

 

There is a great deal of debate over what climates are optimal for the geothermal heating and cooling system. But after researching and learning from the skilled minds of the ClimateMaster team, homeowners soon learn that the geothermal heating and cooling systems have been successful all over the world. Utility bills have plummeted up to 80% for homeowners living on the snow-covered tundra of Alaska all the way to the dry, blistering land of New Mexico.

 

The ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems can readily provide up to 25 years of reliable, consistent heating and cooling for the home. With minimal maintenance, the payback continues to grow for the homeowner. Add in the geothermal tax incentives provided by the federal government, state governments and some local areas, and the homeowner sees even more of a return. In other words, this is the investment that keeps on paying off.

 

Uncle Sam has made it quite clear to the American homeowner that this ‘old’ technology is the solution for their woes. This needs to be a more energy efficient country, with the ability to discover and utilize renewable energy resources to free us all from relying on the overwhelmingly high prices of gas, oil, propane, etcetera.

 

The income tax credit worth 30% of the total cost of a new geothermal system by ClimateMaster, covers all areas from installation to labor and landscaping, which makes it even more of a ‘gift.’

 

Economists state that there is no end in sight to rising utility prices. So when it comes to energy savings and allowing the homeowner to keep the money they worked so hard for in their pocket, the ClimateMaster ENERGY STAR rated geothermal heating and cooling systems are a must.

 

Never live under the assumption that only the latest technology is the best. That may work for the cell phone community, but when it comes to heating and cooling technology that saves you money – the ‘old’ far outweighs anything ‘new’ that’s out there.

 

Everything you need to know can be found at: www.ClimateMaster.com

Source: Baret News Wire

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