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Is My Home Suitable for a Geothermal System?

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Green energy is easier to invest in that you might think, and today’s options offer the return on investment homeowners need to take the plunge. One popular trend, right now, is making the switch to geothermal heating and cooling. The weather here is perfect for taking advantage of the cost and waste savings inherent in using underground temperatures to regulate your home’s comfort levels.

Here are a few surprising facts about how a geothermal system will impact your home:

  • A geothermal system can be mostly paid for by grants and federal tax credits. At installation, a geothermal heat pump with a water heating option can cost as much as a new furnace and AC combined. It’s a big price tag, but it’s also somewhat misleading. There are several state and federal programs with funds dedicated toward green property enhancements, particularly those that make a big impact on monthly bills.
  • A geothermal system will save you 60 percent off your monthly HVAC expenses. Other homeowners with moderately sized homes of 2000 sq. ft. or more have experienced a significant drop in energy usage and costs because of their geothermal units. This contributes to system affordability in a big way, and because geothermal heat pumps last up to 30 years, your savings are extended throughout the time you spend in your home.
  • Green features boost value. When it’s time to sell, realtors say you can expect great things from a geothermal unit. These kinds of renovations typically increase selling price by seven percent or more.

Click this link or call Haskins Heating and Cooling at 615.746.6390 to learn more about geothermal systems and how to determine if they're the best option for your home.

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Green energy is easier to invest in that you might think, and today’s options offer the return on investment homeowners need to take the plunge. One popular trend, right now, is making the switch to geothermal heating and cooling. The weather here is perfect for taking advantage of the cost and waste savings inherent in using underground temperatures to regulate your home’s comfort levels.

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Here are a few surprising facts about how a geothermal system will impact your home:

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  • A geothermal system can be mostly paid for by grants and federal tax credits. At installation, a geothermal heat pump with a water heating option can cost as much as a new furnace and AC combined. It’s a big price tag, but it’s also somewhat misleading. There are several state and federal programs with funds dedicated toward green property enhancements, particularly those that make a big impact on monthly bills.
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  • A geothermal system will save you 60 percent off your monthly HVAC expenses. Other homeowners with moderately sized homes of 2000 sq. ft. or more have experienced a significant drop in energy usage and costs because of their geothermal units. This contributes to system affordability in a big way, and because geothermal heat pumps last up to 30 years, your savings are extended throughout the time you spend in your home.
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  • Green features boost value. When it’s time to sell, realtors say you can expect great things from a geothermal unit. These kinds of renovations typically increase selling price by seven percent or more.
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Click this link or call Haskins Heating and Cooling at 615.746.6390 to learn more about geothermal systems and how to determine if they're the best option for your home.

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