For those with the budget and a desire for the highest efficiency heating and air conditioning system possible, a geothermal heat pump is the way to go. By saving on energy costs from 30% to as much as 70%, your new geothermal system will soon pay for itself. However, it can’t be stressed enough that you should ensure you hire a qualified HVAC contractor for the installation of geothermal heating and air conditioning in Dallas, TX.
Where Experience Matters
Geothermal utilizes a different concept than your standard air sourced heat pump. Geothermal takes advantage of the ground temperature which is fairly consistent. If you’re wondering whether a geothermal system is possible for your home, it depends on the factors concerning the size of your lot and the subsoil present. Customer satisfaction with the system is extremely high when properly installed, and the reliable geothermal tolerates temperature extremes that air sourced heat pumps won’t, whether it is providing heating or air conditioning in Dallas, TX.
The pipes that comprise a geothermal field loop are buried beneath the ground either horizontally or vertically, depending on the land available and the characteristics of the site. If a water source is available, an “open loop” system may be an option. Without a qualified installer, mistakes can be made that will affect your home’s comfort and the longevity of the system. The geothermal system requires an accurately sized unit, and also an accurately sized and properly designed field loop. Not all contractors are properly trained or experienced in providing the expertise required for installing geothermal heating and air conditioning in Dallas, TX. Contact Garland Heating and Air Conditioning to ensure a proper installation and or repair.
Geothermal systems require minimal maintenance. With proper installation the loop field can last for as much as 50 years. The unit’s itself, with its fan, compressor, and pump are housed indoors, protected from changing and often strenuous weather conditions, and average lasting for 25 years or longer with proper maintenance. Generally, routine tuneups, filter changes and coil cleaning are the only required maintenance.
Facts about Geothermal Heat Pumps
If you’re researching energy efficient heating and air conditioning for your home, consider the following facts:
- For each unit of electricity a geothermal system consumes, it produces up to five units of cooling or heating from the earth to your home.
- Geothermal systems can be used to heat water, saving you money on the home’s second largest consumer of energy.
If going green, and saving money on energy costs is appealing to you, join the growing number of homeowners with a geothermal heat pump system. Contact Garland Heating and Air Conditioning today to schedule a consultation with our NATE certified technicians for the installation of geothermal heating and air conditioning in Dallas, TX. Our highly trained and experienced professionals provide the expertise you can rely on for geothermal installation and repair. And ensures you receive the expected performance, benefits and life span. Our expert HVAC technicians serve Dallas, Plano and the surrounding areas. Garland Heating and Air Conditioning is a member of the BBB with an A+ rating.