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Homeowners Discover a More Efficient Home With ClimateMaster

 

Homeowners Discover a More Efficient Home With ClimateMaster

by Orlando Beach

How is efficiency measured by the homeowner? The household must be able to save money; and that money can only be saved by finding a way to drop those increasingly large utility bills. From insulating a home to installing the best system possible to save cash, the homeowner needs to understand the technology, products, equipment, systems and ways to create the most energy efficient home possible.

 

When it comes to that large monthly utility bill, ClimateMaster has become the solution to updating the efficiency of a home quickly and accurately, allowing the homeowner to save money.

 

It has been proven that by installing a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system and abandoning the traditional systems (i.e., the gas furnace, oil, air conditioning units, etc.), the homeowner receives a reduction in their utility bill of up to 80%. Geothermal heating and cooling systems provide a far more energy efficient home that pays the homeowner back on their initial investment tenfold, and greatly increases the comfort of your home.

 

ENERGY STAR qualified systems from ClimateMaster have already been utilized by over one million American homeowners. The Federal tax incentive they receive (a guaranteed 30% that can be used for installation, labor and landscaping); the extra state incentives given to the homeowner; the 80% climate-masterreduction of the bills; the elite customer service and support they receive at all times – all of these benefits have proven to the homeowner that ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems are the much-needed step to creating that energy efficient home.

 

Supplying the perfect and consistent heat needed in the winter, cool needed in the summer, and hot water needed all year long – the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems cover all bases. Using an underground ‘loop’ system, the ClimateMaster geothermal heat pump sets up an exchange between the earth and the home, saving money and providing the best air quality for the family.

 

High-efficiency geothermal heating and cooling systems outweigh the traditional methods. And this is not a new technology to be discovered. In fact, geothermal heating and cooling has been around since 1945, with Americans finally discovering that this renewable energy source is a necessity for their home.

 

Burning no fossil fuel to produce heat, the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system is perfect for the ‘go green’ attitude. This is, in fact, why the Federal government guarantees a credit to the homeowner of 30%, wanting nothing more than for this entire country to make strides in energy efficiency.

 

All heating and cooling systems have a rated efficiency from a U.S. governmental agency. Fossil fuel furnaces have a percentage efficiency rating. Natural gas, propane and fuel oil furnaces have efficiency ratings based on laboratory conditions, and more. Geothermal heat pumps have efficiencies that rate in stellar numbers. Where a furnace runs between 94-98% efficient, a geothermal heat pump runs 400-600%.

 

Life expectancy is also a factor to take into account when choosing a system that makes the home more energy efficient. When speaking about lowering costs for the homeowner, knowing that the underground geothermal heating and cooling system from ClimateMaster is in no way open to the harsh elements or vandalism or any other negatives, the life expectancy of the system reaches twenty-five or more years. By not having to constantly pay that ‘maintenance man’ to come out for emergency service during the harsh winters or the ridiculously hot summers when the traditional systems will break down, is also a huge money saver.

 

Begin using the largest natural resource we have and improve your home’s energy efficiency tenfold by discovering ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems.

 

www.ClimateMaster.com

Source: Baret News Wire

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