Google+

Magic Versus Innovation: A Look at Geothermal Energy

 

Magic Versus Innovation: A Look at Geothermal Heating & Cooling 

Harry Potter – an innovative magician who took readers across the globe by storm. Geothermal heating and cooling – an innovative idea created in 1945 that’s now taking America by storm.

 

There are differences between innovation and magic, of course. Although when it comes to the reliable, dependable, top quality products that reduce the electric bill and provide pure comfort to the American homeowner – ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems actually do create magic.

 

The way geothermal heating and cooling works is quite basic; using the constant temperature of the earth to heat and cool a person’s home. Not only does the process evenly distribute the perfect temperature, leaving no hot or cold spots, because of its underground installation the homeowner never has to worry about the weather, elements, or vandals taking it down.

 

Let’s explore one U.S. state as an example of the huge benefits that come with ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems. In Maryland, the temperature ten-feet below ground remains at a constant fifty-seven-degrees. By installing a geothermal system, a ‘loop’ underground works to transfer heat from the relatively warm earth using water (which transfers heat 200-times better than air.) By combining the geothermal heat pump with the earth loop, a superior, efficient way to generate heat in the winter is created.

 

After living in the cold and paying such high rates when it comes to a gas furnace, it may seem magical when a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system is installed and, over just a short time period, gives you a huge return on your investment by cutting that mammoth electricity bill.

 

The expert minds at ClimateMaster have created and honed their product line to meet the American homeowner’s needs. They understand that no matter what climate you live in, the temperature throughout the year varies. For some states that can mean raging hot summers before rapidly changing into frigid winters. But regardless of climate, the temperature below ground stays fairly consistent all year.

 

Being that the earth absorbs almost 50% of the sun’s energy, ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems are able to tap into this completely free energy with their earth ‘loop.’ This technology is then used to provide the home with the perfect temperature in the most efficient, money-saving way.

 

This is renewable energy at its finest. ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems are proven to save the homeowner money. In fact, using the renewable solar energy that’s already stored in the ground, savings of up to 80% on heating and cooling costs can be achieved.

 

To better understand, lets step away from the ‘magical’ system that actually works and saves money all at the same time. Take the more traditional systems that are causing the homeowner to tear their hair out when they get a look at the rising energy costs. In order to cool your home, an ordinary system collects indoor heat and takes it outside. Unfortunately, summer temperatures that are ninety or one hundred degrees (which is normal in most places), means that the outside air is already extremely hot and less willing to accept more heat. The exchange becomes harder and harder; the air conditioner makes more and more noise; and the result is that efficiency is completely lost and the electric bill spikes along with the temperatures.

 

Perhaps the comfort the homeowner feels when living in clean, precise temperatures all year long does seem like magic. After all with the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system, warm air is evenly distributed in those harsh winters at all times. And with these systems also creating radiant floor heating that’s cost effective because boilers are no longer required – walking on that nice warm floor may actually seem like a fantastical world that only Potter, himself, could create.

 

ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems are rewarding in all categories – from financial to environmental to plain old comfort. …And no magic wand is required.

 

Find out more today!

www.ClimateMaster.com

 

 

Entertainment

Blake Lively Shines as Surfer Stranded in Shark-Infested Waters

  The Shallows Blu-ray Review by Kam Williams Blake Lively Shines as Surfer Stranded in Shark-Infested Waters Nancy Adams (Blake Lively) was so shaken by her mother's (Janelle Bailey) untimely death that she's dropped out of med school. In order to feel closer to her dearly departed mom, she's decided to vacation at the same exotic Mexican retreat where she was reportedly conceived back in 1991. An avid surfer, she also plans to search … [Read More its Good for You.....]

Books

Richards Rocks!

  Sandra L. Richards The “Rice & Rocks” Interview with Kam Williams Richards Rocks! The American-born daughter of Jamaican immigrant parents, Sandra L. Richards is the author of “Rice & Rocks.” She hopes that her debut picture book will serve as an educational resource for families seeking to teach their children the value of their heritage and the importance of cultural diversity. Sandra completed both her undergraduate and … [Read More its Good for You...]

Art

More Than a Score

  ACRONYM TO FOLLOW by Peter Brav   Finally Our Day has come There’s a Day for everything For doughnuts, siblings, eight track tapes Grilled cheese, daughters and sons to work Encouragement, Alzheimer’s Coffee, math, chewing gum Blasphemy, yo-yos And now finally One for us Truly a Day to celebrate National Don’t Shoot An Unarmed Brother Doctor King Not Seeing Progress George Orwell Laughing It Is So About the … [Read More its Good For You...]

Real Estate

New Home Sales Jump in April

  New Home Sales Jump in April By Burt Carey Sales of new homes hit their highest rate since 2008 in April, according to the Commerce Department’s U.S. Census Bureau. April sales increased 16.6 percent over March figures, which correlates to a seasonally adjusted rate of 619,000 home sales projected for the year. The median price of those new homes was $321,000, the highest median price ever recorded. That’s up 9.7 percent … [Read More its Good for You.....]

Lifestyle

Richards Rocks!

  Sandra L. Richards The “Rice & Rocks” Interview with Kam Williams Richards Rocks! The American-born daughter of Jamaican immigrant parents, Sandra L. Richards is the author of “Rice & Rocks.” She hopes that her debut picture book will serve as an educational resource for families seeking to teach their children the value of their heritage and the importance of cultural diversity. Sandra completed both her undergraduate and … [Read More its Good for You...]

Outdoors

230 LXF from Tidewater Packs A Punch in a Small Package

  230 LXF from Tidewater Packs A Punch in a Small Package By Ted Lund Are you looking for a family-friendly center console that’s got the luxury of a larger boat in a smaller package? Then look no further than the 230 LXF from Tidewater. The 23-foot, center console has the same features as the rest its large LXF brothers, including comfortable full upholstery, stainless steel cup holders. And a newly-designed console with glove box and … [Read More its Good for You...]

Sports

There Are Superheroes Among Us

  There Are Superheroes Among Us by Amy Lignor   This story truly proves that a superhero does not require a cape, tights, or the ability to fly. In a world where all headlines seem to be centered around who shot who, who is being put upon, who’s “getting away with it” – all the way to who is getting divorced and who may or may not be kneeling at NFL games – negative stories seem to be the only ones covered anymore by the media. … [Read More its Good for You...]

Business

Scholastic Announces Sales of More Than 3.3 Million Copies of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

  Scholastic Announces Sales of More Than 3.3 Million Copies of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two New York, NY (August 10, 2016) — Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two script book, the eighth Harry Potter story by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, and Jack Thorne, published in the U.S. and Canada by Scholastic has sold more than 3.3 million copies in North America to date.Scholastic announced a first printing … [Read More its Good for You...]

Travel

Vacation Time Has Turned “Spooky”

  Vacation Time Has Turned “Spooky” by Amy Lignor   Myths and legends, both spooky and surreal, are becoming the subject of many books and newspaper articles lately. And the location of many, oddly enough, happen to be in the Southwest. It used to be that a nice white sandy beach was the one place we yearned to go on vacation to get away from it all. Now, however, people are searching for places to travel where legends still exist, and … [Read More its Good for You...]

Green Living

Doing Our Part

  Doing Our Part by Amy Lignor   There are books being published as of late – wonderful books telling the stories of amazing wildlife rescues, as well as neighborhoods and communities across the U.S. that have taken on projects to save the wildlife in their own surrounding areas.   We always talk about these “success stories,” yet never actually give information on exactly how these “problems” turned into “victories.” … [Read More its Good for You...]