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ClimateMaster Provides Money-Saving Comfort to the Homeowner

Saving money is at the top of the homeowner’s list. But finding a way to not only save money but receive extra comfort and relaxation at the same time, is almost impossible. However, there is one item out there that will do just that: ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems improve the daily life of the American homeowner in a great number of ways.

The facts are quite clear when it comes to saving money. The majority (70%) of a monthly utility bill is created from the energy used for heating, cooling and hot water needs, but there is a way to watch that bill fall. ClimateMaster’s product line of geothermal heating and cooling units change those monthly expenditures considerably. By installing or retrofitting your home with a ClimateMaster unit, the geothermal heating and cooling system will improve your home’s efficiency to 400-600% – which can lower your electric bill up to 80%.

By utilizing a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system, you are provided with state-of-the art, high-quality, reliable equipment. Not only do the savings occur right before your eyes, but also the monetary worry that comes along with escalating energy prices is lifted; the relaxation that comes from the superior air quality that the geothermal heating and cooling system provides, also increases your personal comfort. These ultimate levels of indoor comfort are achieved while also increasing the resale value of your home.

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The installation of the geothermal heating and cooling system is not complex. The 30% guaranteed credit supplied by the Federal government (covering unit, costs of labor and landscaping), to individuals wise enough to switch to geothermal heating and cooling, is also a benefit.

Although ClimateMaster can do nothing when it comes to shushing the next-door neighbor’s barking dog, the geothermal heating and cooling unit is extremely quiet. This creates a peaceful atmosphere inside the home adding another rung on the ‘comfort’ ladder.

Using natural resources, – the stable temperature of the earth – the geothermal heating and cooling system is a “loop” that basically utilizes the stability to cool in the summer and warm in the winter. In essence, the ground your home stands on provides you with a great resource to heat and cool your home all year long.

When it comes to ClimateMaster geothermal applications, the geothermal heat pumps move heat far more efficiently than any other heating and cooling technology. One would think that such a money-saver offering so many benefits would be complex. Yet, the system’s simplicity is actually a work of art. Simple to service as a residential air conditioning unit, they last a good, long time.

The reason for this longevity when it comes to geothermal heating and cooling systems is also simple. They do not have to work as hard as other systems to move heat from one place to another. And when it comes to the design of an ideal heating/cooling system that recovers and utilizes excess heat for space conditioning and more, ClimateMaster geothermal heat pumps are the simplest and most efficient choice.

Freeing yourself of the burden of paying higher than necessary utility bills, losing heat and working double-time in order to air condition – a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system is the solution.

Find your comfort today.

www.ClimateMaster.com

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