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Rising Demand Makes ClimateMaster a Hot Topic

 

An ‘uncertain economy’ seems to be the financial outlook for the U.S. that will stick around for a while. Yet, despite these economic times, geothermal heating and cooling systems are being installed across the U.S. – with over 1,000,000 geothermal (or ground-source) heat pumps currently being used in U.S. residential, commercial and government buildings.

The initial investment is greater than the traditional air conditioning system or gas furnace, but homeowners have realized that the return on their Tranquility Digital Oudtoor Split TEPinvestment when it comes to ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling units, is large. A return that will save on the electric bill and allow them to put much-needed money into the bank.

When the future is looked at, although the economy may stay uncertain, the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling technology will be solid as a rock. U.S. homeowners install approximately 50,000 more geothermal heat pumps every year, proving that they are most definitely warming up to the idea that green geothermal energy is available anywhere.

This technology has been around for over fifty years, but in the U.S., homeowners are finally learning that the energy they need – the efficiency they want that will reduce those mammoth electric bills – is basically sitting in their own backyards.

For those history lovers, the first geothermal/ground-source heat pump was installed in 1945. Over time, the innovative idea was able to converge with the huge leaps in technology to become the best energy source available.

Although the past is remembered, it’s the future of geothermal heating and cooling that is absolutely amazing. ClimateMaster offers the greenest heating/cooling systems available; the experts at this top-quality company know that geothermal energy has the most potential of any known energy source. And to further drive the American homeowners to jump on board, the U.S. government provides a 30% tax credit for new geothermal installations. You can also head to the ClimateMaster website and get all the information on your own state incentives that are given to encourage geothermal installation.

Being that ClimateMaster is at the top of the list when it comes to providing the most dependable and reliable product line, they want the consumer to have as much information as possible.

Data has consistently been gathered from energy contractors who are finding it difficult to keep up with the increasing demand for geothermal heating and cooling. Add the ‘go green’ movement which is also rising in numbers, and you’ll see that the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooing units are even more in demand.

Similar to traditional heat pumps, the geothermal heating and cooling units by ClimateMaster utilize the largest natural resource America has to produce comfortable temperatures at all times in the household. The earth is the key. No matter how cold or hot the temperature becomes above-ground, that solid reliable earth keeps temperatures at a constant just a few feet below.

Helping the consumer is what ClimateMaster strives to do – and their team defies all expectations each and every day.

Extra info? If a homeowner is worried about landscaping issues that come long with the backyard being disturbed when installing the ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling unit – you should know that 30% federal tax credit includes these costs, as well as installation and labor.

The tax credit is in effect through 2016. And the geothermal heating and cooling system you choose must meet the requirements of the ENERGY STAR® program – which ClimateMaster units definitely meet. And the 30% tax credit can be used for existing homes or new construction – even vacation homes are eligible.

In other words, your investment in a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling unit will bring a huge smile to your face, and add more money to your bank account.

Demand is rising! Head to www.ClimateMaster.com today!

Source; Climate Master / Baret News Wire

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