Geothermal heating and cooling seem to be the new top-line for HVAC installation. Why? It’s energy-efficient, offers granular temperature controls, and has some hefty tax incentives for installation through at least 2032. When you need AC repair, it might be a good time to check on upgrading your HVAC system. After all, your furnace repair could turn into a one-stop shop for both air conditioning and heating repair by simply opting to upgrade to geothermal. If you live in Metro East, let an HVAC pro at C&K Heating & Cooling, Inc. walk you through your options for AC maintenance, AC repair, and installation.
Saving Money with Geothermal Heating and Cooling
Geothermal systems also called heat pumps, move heat around. Removing hot air from your home during the summer and pulling in heat from the ground during the winter, these systems are some of the most energy-efficient on the market, helping to drastically reduce the cost of keeping your home at a comfortable temperature. Heat pump systems often require less frequent maintenance, making them a good long-term investment for your home’s comfort.
Reduce Maintenance Calls
At C&K Heating & Cooling, Inc., we offer comprehensive HVAC services to our Metro East customers including:
However, the best service call is the one you don’t need to make. When you upgrade your HVAC system to a highly efficient heat pump, You may not need air conditioning repair for a decade or more. If you keep up with your heating and AC maintenance, you can have an all-in-one system that delivers consistent temperatures in any weather. Regarding your home’s heating and cooling, reliability is often the most important factor.
Take Advantage of Tax Savings and Rebates
With the recent Inflation Reduction Act comes the opportunity to write off a significant amount of the costs of upgrading your HVAC unit to a heat pump system. You can get a tax credit for up to 30% of the installation cost. At installation time, C&K Heating & Cooling, Inc. offers our Metro East customers a 10% discount when switching to a high-efficiency system. At nearly half off and with more consistent temperature control, it’s hard to see the downside of geothermal.
While indoor temperature control is a great way to stay comfortable year-round, it often comes at the cost of significant noise pollution. Air conditioners and heating systems are loud. Sometimes very loud. Geothermal systems are significantly quieter than traditional heating and cooling units, making them a more pleasant option for home installation. Let us help you select a system and audit your options when you need help with your furnace or AC system. We’re happy to walk you through your options, provide a heating repair estimate and compare the costs and potential savings of an upgrade. Call us at 618.537.8888 today to schedule your in-home estimate.