New GeoThermal Heat Pump Installation

Geothermal systems have been growing in popularity the last few years. The federal government giving a 30% tax credit will do that to a product. In addition to the fantastic tax credit, the system’s alone are a fantastic choice for someone planning to be in their home for a long time.

Geothermal units use the earth to provide the heating and cooling source.The benefit — it’s relatively inexpensive. Many homeowners with geothermal systems installed in the Indianapolis area have seen up to 80% operating cost savings over traditional heating and cooling systems.

Practically speaking, the best application for a new geothermal system installation is at homes with land to use. So areas like Zionsville, Westfield, and Noblesville are a fantastic fit for a new geothermal system. It doesn’t mean they can’t work in smaller spaces, as we’ve installed geothermal units inside metropolitan Indianapolis, even in areas like Meridian-Kessler.

Benefits of Geothermal Systems Include

While we service all makes and models of gas furnaces in the Indianapolis area, the advantages of choosing a Carrier gas furnace to heat your home include:

  • Very high energy efficiency
  • 30% tax credit until 2016
  • Reduced energy consumption and operating costs – up to 80% savings
  • Reduction in carbon footprint
  • Efficiency incentives from utility providers

Geothermal HVAC Services in the Greater Indianapolis Area

As your trusted source for geothermal systems in Indianapolis and surrounding cities, we offer a comprehensive geothermal heat pump service that covers:

  • Geothermal installation and replacement
  • Geothermal repair
  • Geothermal maintenance

How a Geothermal Heat Pump System Works

  • Geothermal systems use the constant temperature of the ground, which stays near 55 degrees year around
  • Two components to the system – an interior unit called a heat pump, and exterior in-ground system of pipes called a ground loop
  • Water circulates between the indoor and outdoor systems extracting heat from the earth during winter, or removing heat from the home during the summer

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