Heating & Cooling Your Home with ‘The Solar Collector’


As the weather set records in 2013 – with the early heat wave and the nor’easters that arrived one right after the other this past winter – there has been a rising demand for geothermal heating and cooling systems.

Residents of all states face high natural gas and electric heating bills during frigid winter months, and the cost of running an air conditioner during a hot, humid summer, creates a bill that’s sky-high. However, with over one million homes already fitted with ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling units, it is very apparent that the U.S. is turning to this incredibly efficient energy source that’s been around for over fifty years.

As the temperatures change above ground, the habitat below our feet remains a constant. Because of this fact, industry has dubbed the earth, “The Solar Collector.” ClimateMaster’s geothermal heating and cooling systems use this valuable source to literally create a ‘loop’ that will bring comfortable temperatures into the home.

By simply utilizing the largest natural resource at our disposal, rising energy costs will no longer be a factor. By installing or retrofitting your home with a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling unit, you will truly save money. A majority of your ever-increasing electric bill comes from theWell Water Loopsheat, air conditioning, and hot water systems. In fact, those three alone combine to create 70% of the bill you have to pay. The main reason for this is the fact that old technology no longer serves the financial needs of the homeowner. With ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems, the homeowner is actually looking at a unit that is 400-600% efficient, causing the electric bill to drop in no time.

The geothermal industry is literally exploding, with technology that can’t be beat. The ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling units are leading the industry, making sure the owner can run their home far more efficiently.

The innovative technology of ClimateMaster’s geothermal heating and cooling units – ENERGY STAR appliances – have transformed the ‘energy invention’ of the 1940’s into a ‘must have’ for the homeowner.

When it comes to the research done by industry experts, the geothermal heating and cooling industry is expected to skyrocket by 2017. More and more homeowners are installing the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling unit, making their lives far easier, the house far more comfortable, and the electric bill far lower.

Although the initial investment is larger than investing in a traditional home heating or air conditioning unit, the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling units pay for themselves in less than five years. (Solar panels, according to industry estimates, take about 20 years to pay for themselves.)

Add in the fact that the federal government offers a guaranteed 30% renewable energy tax credit that covers installation, labor and landscaping, and the initial investment is no longer an issue – not when you know the end result will be absolute savings.

So when you’re sitting in your home with the 100-degree heat of the New Mexico sun shining down on you; or when you’re looking out the window at several feet of snow as the weatherman on television lets you know there’s more to come – head to your computer and go to See the extraordinary product line that’s designed to improve your quality of life, by providing exceptional comfort, lower utility bills and superior indoor air quality.

It may not stop the snow from falling, but the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling unit you install WILL make that snow a whole lot easer to deal with.

Source: Baret News Wire


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