Geothermal heating and cooling technology is using the earth’s renewal energy to provide heat during the winter and air conditioning during the St Louis summers. Because geothermal is using the energy from the earth to generate the power to heat and cool your home, it makes it one of the most efficient ways to heat and cool your home. Traditional gas or oil HVAC systems require fuel for heat and a separate air conditioning system to provide cooling. A geothermal heat pump can provide heating and cooling from one main heat pump and the loops installed in the ground. To learn more about what type of energy savings geothermal heating and cooling can save your family or business, contact us through our online form or call Hoffmann Brothers at 314-664-3011.
Geothermal Heating and Cooling St Louis
It is hard to determine your exact energy savings, since so many variables contribute to that including climate, electric rates, and your thermostat settings, but Hoffmann Brothers sees anywhere from 30 to 70 percent reduction in your heating and cooling costs. Hoffmann Brothers will perform an energy analysis for you with every geothermal estimate to help determine your costs and savings. If you currently use propane, the savings can be more significant than a traditional gas heating and cooling systems. The cost of propane has increased significantly, so geothermal heating and cooling may be a great option to consider if you are looking to replace your old propane system. If you want to schedule a free estimate to consider geothermal for your home or business, request a bid through our online form, or call us at 314-664-3011.
Geothermal St Louis
Geothermal heat pumps not only use energy from the ground to operate, but geothermal is known to have lower maintenance costs and a longer life expectancy than a traditional heating and cooling systems. Geothermal systems have efficiency ratings of 400 to 500 percent. Traditional furnaces and heat pumps cannot compete with geothermal systems, as the highest efficiency ratings offered are only 95%. Geothermal systems also can provide hot water for your home virtually free. It is produced by the excess heat extracted from your home when the system is in the cooling cycle. Geothermal systems use the energy from the ground to heat the water in your home. This means that it can reduce the amount of electricity or gas consumed by a traditional hot water heater. If you are looking to get more information about way you can save energy, call us at 314-664-3011 or request a bid through our online form.