Residential Geothermal Heat Systems in NC
Geothermal heating and cooling systems are a great energy efficient option for any home and can help save you money on your energy bills. You can even qualify for a tax credit when you install a new geothermal system in your home or business!
What is Geothermal Heating?
Ground source geothermal heat pump (GSHP) is a green, energy-efficient way to create better climate control in your home or business. This state of the art system uses the steady flow of heat from the earth to help heat your home in the winter and displaces heat back into the earth during the summer. This is a great way to conserve energy and save money year round. Geothermal systems are even more affordable with both federal and state tax credit rebates that can get you up to 30% back on your investment in a new system.
Heat is extracted from the earth using a ground loop system of pipes that are installed at least four feet underground. Depending on the ground space available, these pipes can be configured vertically or horizontally to best meet your home’s needs. This warmth is then circulated throughout your home or building in the winter.
During the summer, the system pulls heat and warm air from the building and will either redistribute it back into the earth or will use it to heat water. This is an economical and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional HVAC systems, while still providing the same level of comfort year round.
Why Choose Geothermal Heating & Cooling?
Not only will a geothermal system help you save money and energy, it is also quieter than traditional heating and cooling units. It can help extend the life of your existing system equipment, which can save you on costly repairs and maintenance.
Allen Kelly & Co. is a licensed geothermal system installer, and we will always provide the same level of care and quality service that we do for traditional HVAC unit installation and servicing. We use advanced drilling equipment and techniques to minimize disruption and damage to your yard, and will always offer timely work so you can get back to enjoying a comfortable home.
Geothermal systems also require less maintenance because the components are indoors or underground rather than being exposed to the elements like other HVAC systems. This also means it is less likely to get damaged and has an expected lifespan of 20 years or more. Additionally, because these systems don’t pump air from outside, the air in your home or business is free from pollutants and allergens.
Our experienced and licensed technicians can install a new geothermal system on almost any home or commercial property, and they can be installed during the construction of new buildings or retrofitted as a replacement HVAC system. Contact us today to learn more about the many benefits of geothermal heating and cooling systems, or to find out if this system is right for you! We will be happy to answer your questions and provide more information on potential tax credits that you could qualify for.