Getting That Heat Pump Swapped Out

A geothermal heat pump can provide many benefits for a home or business owner.

Perhaps the most obvious benefit is the ability to save money on cooling and heating costs.

Because geothermal systems do not rely on external sources of energy, they are much more efficient than traditional HVAC systems. In addition, geothermal heat pumps typically have a longer lifespan than other types of heating and cooling systems. Another great benefit of geothermal heat pumps is that they improve indoor air quality. Most units come with a washable filter that helps to remove allergens, dust, and other pollutants from the air. Some models also include a HEPA filter, which can capture even smaller particles. Lastly, geothermal heat pumps don’t require any ductwork, so they can be installed in homes and businesses without the need for major renovations. As you can see, there are many reasons to consider a geothermal heat pump for your next HVAC project. I’ve been working in the industry for a long time and have seen a lot of changes to the equipment over the years and one of those changes has been with heat pumps. They have become a lot more efficient over the past 25 years, which is great considering the price of electricity. I think the next step could be towards solar or some other type of natural heating for the homes so that we can totally stop the use of electricity in keeping our homes warm. I’m sure the HVAC industry could do the same with cooling homes in the summer also. We shall see.

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