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Homeowners Stop Needless Spending with ClimateMaster

There are issues, troubleshooting, that comes with the gas furnace. There are maintenance issues that come with the rickety air conditioner that seems to constantly break down on days when it’s needed the most. With propane, the ever-fluctuating costs to heat the American home makes this source of energy one of the worst choices possible. So, when you get right down to it, the conventional systems are all cost and no return.

There will never be a way to cover all the causes and solutions when it comes to maintaining these conventional outdated systems. But with geothermal heating and cooling systems from ClimateMaster, the American homeowner never has to deal with extra grief they don’t need. Instead, these geothermal heating and cooling systems offer the homeowner huge savings on their monthly electric bills; a credit from the U.S. government of 30%; state incentives; quality air; and…for the 20+ year lifetime of the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system, a huge savings on maintenance costs.

Diagnosing problems with a furnace, a conventional HVAC system, etc., is beyond difficult. Which means the repairmen arrive and the cost of the electric bill is not the only bill that needs to be addressed that month. Maintenance fees are skyrocketing along with the cost of these conventional systems to heat and cool the home. But ClimateMaster is – as one million American homeowners have already figured out – a definite solution.

Geothermal heating and cooling systems go well beyond the extremely low energy efficiency of other systems. Taking the gas furnace for example, the homeowner is only receiving heat from this system and only receiving an efficiency of 94-98% tops. When the geothermal heating and cooling system is installed, they receive both heat and cool (as well as hot water) and enjoy a 400-600% efficiency.

To better understand the gas furnace, everything starts with that thermostat. The house is cold, the furnace is needed and the thermostat begins the process. Keep in mind, once this process begins, your electric bill begins to soar.

When the electronic ignition begins, the gas flows to the main burners to heat up the furnace; once the correct temperature is reached, more electricity is used for the furnace blower fan to come on and force air through the heating ducts and out the hot air vents. When the heat ceases to blow, the house still does not maintain that comfortable temperature, leaving cold spots throughout the house.

With a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system, by using technology called a “loop”, the geothermal heat pump connects the moderate temperatures already stored in the earth to the house. The air temperature is always consistent, the efficiency is so high that the electric costs drop likeVertical Loop stone, and there are no cold spots within the home. The air quality is so fresh and superior that the house not only feels more comfortable, but also healthier.

With a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system installed, there is no more smoke, funny sounds, dangerous sparks and all the other symptoms that can come from an inefficient furnace.

There is no more frustration and the repairmen will not be coming in the door five hours later to charge you overtime and a house visit that will be far too much money to spend on substandard heat.

The conventional systems malfunction, especially when they are called upon to do massive amounts of work (warming on a severely cold day and cooling on a blistering hot one). So lift the burden of troubleshooting; escape from under the high costs you’ve been paying for substandard equipment. Join the million (and growing) who have already learned that a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system installation is the best solution to all their troubles.

www.ClimateMaster.com

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