Three Benefits from Geothermal Heat Pumps

Three Benefits from Geothermal Heat Pumps

As we approach Earth Day, 2021, each day this week, Lisa Crosley, President of Lifestyle Comfort Solutions, will explain the benefits of a geothermal heat pump.

Walk outside, There’s a power plant right under your feet.  Thanks to the modern geothermal heat pump, homeowners no longer must choose between saving money and saving the planet.

A geothermal heat pump uses the constant temperature of the Earth instead of outside air temperature. 

Here’s the first of three reasons to consider geothermal heating/cooling for your home.

Lower Utility and Maintenance Bills

The additional cost of installing a curried loop geothermal systems is generally returned in five to ten years. A geothermal heat pump is more expensive than a traditional air-source system when first installed. 

However, you should enjoy energy savings of 20% to 50% on cooling costs, and 30% and 60% on heating costs.

Thanks to the Sun’s clean, renewable energy, and a rather steady ground temperature of about 50 degrees,  a 2,000 square foot home may be heated/cooled for about $1.00 a day!

Maintenance costs are reduced as well.  Geothermal systems have fewer moving parts, and outside components are buried, not exposed to the wear and tear of the elements.

We’ll learn more about the geothermal heat pump over the next few days, but you can learn more by visiting or talking to us in person at 937.202.4520.