A Geothermal heating system provides the energy for heating your home as well as hot water, by using mostly using minimal electric power with the stored solar energy under the ground, which is a completely free and renewable source of energy. Offering a host of benefits such as low maintenance costs, that can help in saving up to almost 70% of your fuel bill, geothermal heating can add value to your property, along with almost no environmental impact. Additionally, the fact that it is compatible with most modern heating systems, it is no surprise that geothermal heating installation has rapidly become a popular choice for heating and cooling options in the UK.
The Aircon Company’s Geothermal energy solutions work to provide geothermal heating, cooling, and hot water at remarkably high efficiencies – by circulating and exchanging heat between your home, the ground source heat pump, and the earth.
A geothermal energy set-up could help you save as much as 80% compared to a traditional HVAC system.
No matter how severe the winter cold might be, geothermal heating systems are extremely effective still. Absorbing the heat stored in the ground via the water circulating in the underground loop, geothermal heating will send warm comfortable air to circulate in your home.
Utilising ground source heat, with the help of a geothermal heat system, you can get a hot water supply for your home by heat transferring from the ground up. Using this technology, a geothermal heating installation can help you in reducing your utility bills by up to 65%
Extremely energy and cost-efficient, geothermal heating and cooling systems absorb the heat from your home and transfer it to an underground loop, where cool water is used to create dehumidified cool air, to be sent back to your home, providing you optimum cooling.
To get maximum benefits out of your geothermal heating system, reach out to our team of experts at the AirCon Company. With professional geothermal heating installation and maintenance services, you can ensure that you have access to a sustainable and environmentally friendly heating and cooling system, that will give you optimum temperature control, all year long.
When it comes to the environment and minimizing greenhouse gas emissions, both geothermal heating and cooling systems really deliver – no more so because Geothermal heat pumps as much as 50% less electricity than traditional heating and cooling systems. Geothermal energy homeowners can save as much as 80% on a home heating bill and upwards of 50% on cooling bills.
A geothermal heat system works by harnessing the heat energy that is present just below the earth’s surface, converting it into warm air. Driven by small amounts of electricity, they are one of the most efficient ways of heating or cooling a home. This means that people who are looking to replace their gas furnace, geothermal heating and cooling not only can serve as your air-conditioner, but some of them can also drive your water heater at no additional cost. So if you are looking for geothermal heating options for your home, reach out to a team of experts for assistance.
The price of a geothermal heat system is dependent upon a variety of factors such as the space, kind of system required etc. Hence, to get an exact estimate of how much getting geothermal heating and cooling options for your home is going to cost for you, it is best to reach out to our experts, who are then going to schedule a visit for your project, to survey all the requirements, and then give you an exact estimate, so that you can make your final decision regarding getting a geothermal heat system.
When it comes to geothermal heating installation, the total cost is dependent upon a variety of factors such as ductwork modifications, electrical upgrades, space requirement, zoning etc. Hence, the best way to move forward is to call in the experts, who are going to look at all the factors that need to be considered for your geothermal installation, and then provide you with an accurate estimate of the cost involved. Hence, just get in touch with our customer support team, to schedule a visit, and our experts with come to your project to assist you with all your requirements.
Lasting much longer than conventional heating equipment, a geothermal heat system can last anywhere between 20 to 25 years, as compared to conventional furnaces that lost anywhere between 15 to 20 years and air conditioners that have a shelf life of 10 to 15 hours. When maintained well, your geothermal system can even last up to 50 years, hence, always make sure that you are getting your geothermal heating installation and maintenance done by professionals so that you can get maximum benefits out of your geothermal heat system and can maintain the temperature of your home to be optimum year-long.