Geothermal Heat Pumps
Are you looking for the pinnacle of energy efficient heating and air conditioning? Consider installing a geothermal heat pump in your Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC home! A geothermal heat pump might seem like a big expense, but it is an investment that will pay you back for years to come. If you’ve been thinking about installing a geothermal heat pump in your home, call the experts at Magnolia Heating & Air Conditioning today!
Why install a geothermal heat pump?
Geothermal Heat Pumps Are a Cost Effective Investment
Due to the complex piping involved, geothermal heat pumps tend to have relatively steep upfront costs. However, the energy efficiency of the heat pumps quickly make up for the costs - taking into account energy savings alone, the payback period on your geothermal heat pump may be only five to six years (out of the 50 year lifespan of your geothermal heat pump)! In addition, in many cases the cost of a geothermal heat pump can be tacked on to your mortgage, spreading the payments out over the life of the pump and typically adding no more than $60 a month to your payments – an amount that’s easily covered by monthly energy savings!
The low cost heating of a geothermal heat pump is not limited to a forced air HVAC system either! Geothermal heat pumps can be used to provide hot water, radiant heat through your floor tiles and more! And best of all, , since geothermal heat pumps draw their heat from the consistent temperature of the earth, you will never have to worry about fluctuating fuel costs.
Geothermal Heat Pumps Are the Greenest Heating Systems Available
Geothermal heat pumps operate differently than conventional furnaces. Instead of burning fuel to create heat, they draw heat from the earth, which is very consistent throughout the year. During the cold winter months, geothermal heat pumps take up heat from the ground and, using a specially developed refrigerant, move that heat into your home. During the warmer summer months, the geothermal heat pump switch themselves around, pulling heat out of your home and depositing it back into the ground. The transfer is mainly done via a contained refrigerant, meaning that the only fuel you needed is needed to power the pump mechanism.
Geothermal Heat Pump Repair
If your geothermal heat pump's compressor quits on you, or if you feel like it is not providing adequate heating and cooling for your home (or adequate hot water or radiant heating), call Magnolia Heating and Air Conditioning. Our certified geothermal heat pump experts can get your heat pump back up and running in no time so that its efficiency and heating and cooling abilities will last you for decades.
When you are ready to invest in a geothermal heat pump for your Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC home, or if you have one and need repairs, call Magnolia Heating and Cooling. Our certified trained technicians can install your new geothermal heat pump reliably and get you saving money today!