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Old House or New, ClimateMaster Benefits the Homeowner

tev_climatemaster_30This Old House is one of the most trusted names when it comes to the realm of building and remodeling. American homeowners love to receive the expert advice on everything from home improvements to upgrades. Basically, they learn all the survival skills they need to know to save money and improve their home.

Just by looking at the latest technology or remodeling ideas, it’s becoming more and more clear to the American homeowner that, whether the house is old or new, it’s often the HVAC system that needs to be updated. Traditional systems, such as gas furnaces or air conditioning units, are simply not cutting it for the American homeowner anymore. In some reports, these traditional systems are taking far more money out of the homeowner’s pocket. 

ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems, on the other hand, are being turned to more often by the American homeowner because of the simple fact that they want to save money.

There have been a slew of residential projects that ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems have been a part of. And whether the project was an older house seeking a remodel, or a brand new house being equipped with the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system before the family moved in – this was the HVAC system that succeeded in providing the homeowner with the most benefits.

ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems come with so many benefits. Environmentally safer than traditional systems, the geothermal heating and cooling system by ClimateMaster helps the neighborhood at the same time as they’re helping the wise homeowner who purchased them.

The Federal government is a huge proponent of the ENERGY STAR designated systems by ClimateMaster. They offer a 30% guaranteed tax credit that can be used to cover installation, labor and even landscaping. States, as well as some municipal electric companies, are also offering perks and incentives to the homeowner.

Retrofitting is something that many homeowners sink their money into; and the thought of being able to dump the traditional HVAC system to receive perfect temperatures all year long has become a number one priority in retrofit projects.

One such project that occurred in Oklahoma City was in a 4,100 square foot house that the owner had been residing in for more than two decades. When the opportunity came about to retrofit his home’s existing mechanical system, the owner saw a chance to receive the best in heating and cooling technology – and took it.

The comfort of the home now that a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system is a part of it, has grown exponentially. There are no longer hot or cold pockets left over in the home, leaving each and every room the most comfortable temperature it can be for the family living inside.

And with the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system installed under the ground, any issue of vandalism is erased. Not to mention, the geothermal heating and cooling systems from ClimateMaster have a shelf-life of 25+ years, with very low maintenance costs.

Geothermal heating and cooling technology has gone from simply an alternative source to THE source, with over one million American homeowners now dwelling in a house heated and cooled by a ClimateMaster system.

Even though the initial cost of the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system is higher than a traditional system, the list of benefits massively outweigh the upfront cost. To say efficiency is improved is an understatement. 400-600% efficiency is what the ClimateMaster heating and cooling systems provide. Weigh that against the 94-98% efficiency you receive from your furnace and you understand the point.

ClimateMaster is that extra survival skill that all homeowners should learn about. Why? Because with the geothermal heating and cooling system your old house will feel brand new.

www.ClimateMaster.com

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