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5 Things You Should Know About Geothermal Heat Pumps

Geothermal heat pumps have been around since the 1940s, but surprisingly not many people know of the benefits a geothermal heat pump system have on not only our heating and cooling systems but the Earth as well. If you are considering upgrading or replacing your home’s current furnace and air conditioning system, a geothermal heat pump is the perfect energy solution. At C&K Heating & Cooling we provide quality geothermal heat pump installation, repair, and maintenance services in the Metro East area. For more information on how a geothermal heat pump works and why you need one for your home, keep reading below!

Geothermal Heat Pumps Can Be Used in Any Climate  

One of the major benefits of having a geothermal heat pump as your primary energy source is that it can work as both a furnace and an A/C unit while operating in any climate. Geothermal heat pumps use the warm temperatures from the Earth’s core to heat your home during frigid winters and push heat into the Earth during the summer to keep your home nice and cool. Due to the Earth’s constant temperature of anywhere from 45° to 75° F depending on location, geothermal heat pumps can work in any climate throughout the USA, from the winters of Alaska to the summers of Florida. At C&K Heating & Cooling in the Metro East area, we provide quality geothermal heat pump installation and repair services – call our shop today!

Long Lasting

A white geothermal heat pump system in the basement of a residential home in the Metro East area.

Another benefit of having a geothermal heat pump for your home in the Metro East area is that they are extremely long-lasting systems. They are built to last and can have a lifespan of at least 25-50 years before needing to be repaired or replaced. This means that you will never have to worry about replacing your HVAC system like you would with a traditional furnace or air conditioning unit. Although initial installation costs for a geothermal heat pump are more expensive, you will easily get your use out of the system in just a few years. Don’t settle for separate furnace and air conditioning systems that are more susceptible to repair, call C&K Heating & Cooling at (618) 537-8888 today for geothermal heat pump installation services.

Extremely Sustainable  

Geothermal heat pumps are the perfect heating and cooling solution for those who are conscious of sustainability. Using the natural heat of the Earth, geothermal heat pumps eliminate the need for gas or electric energy use, providing completely renewable energy that never runs outs. If you are interested in replacing your furnace and air conditioning unit with a more sustainable energy source, call our technicians at call C&K Heating & Cooling and we will give you a FREE estimate on your geothermal heat pump installation service.

Cost Effective  

Woman in a long sleeve grey top turning the heat on in her home using a geothermal heat pump in the Metro East area.

While the initial cost of a geothermal heat pump is more expensive than a new furnace and air conditioner unit combined, over time your geothermal heat pump will have saved you more money on monthly energy costs than either traditional HVAC system. It has been proven that geothermal heat pumps use 25%-50% less energy than a normal HVAC unit, while also saving money on hot water expenses. Invest in a cost-effective energy solution from C&K Heating & Cooling in the Metro East area with a geothermal heat pump for your residential property.

Geothermal Heat Pumps Offer Open & Closed-Loop Systems

When it comes to selecting your geothermal heat pump systems, homeowners have a variety of options to choose from, including an open and closed-loop system. An open-loop system uses groundwater from a nearby aquafer as an energy source to heat and cool your home through an indoor heating system. Closed-loop systems on the other hand use ground heat as an energy source below your home. Both systems eliminate the need of having two HVAC systems and are extremely effective in providing quality HVAC solutions. Call C&K Heating & Cooling today at(618) 537-8888 for quality and affordable geothermal heat pump installation services in the Metro East area.

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