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Geothermal Heat Pumps

Do your bills seem to go up month after month? Fight back against rising utility costs with a geothermal heating system from Home Climates. A geothermal heat pump recycles energy from the earth and transports it around your home, keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. This lowers your overall energy usage, saving you money and reducing your carbon footprint. You can essentially make your home more comfortable while lowering your expenses and doing the environment a favor. We proudly install industry leading ClimateMaster Geothermal Units and service all other brands.

Not only do geothermal systems lower your heating and cooling costs, but they can also provide free or nearly free hot water. Geothermal units typically feature an option that funnels a portion of the generated heat to your home’s hot water system. Depending on your hot water usage, your geothermal system may be able to take care of it all. Learn more about how a geothermal system works with the below graphic:

Did You Know?

Geothermal energy is one of the oldest sources of energy - if you've ever been to a natural hot spring, you've bathed in water heated by energy from the earth. This is sustainable energy at its very essence. Given that the earth will never stop producing heat, geothermal energy is depleting no natural resources. Recent advances in heat pump technology have made it easy for homeowners to harness the power of geothermal energy to heat their homes, making it an increasingly viable way to offset your use of fossil fuels.

There’s something simple, intuitive and amazing about using nature’s way of heating and cooling to control the climate in your home. Some estimates show that adding a geothermal heat pump to your home has the equivalent effect on your carbon emissions as does planting an entire acre of trees! Installing a geothermal heating and cooling system in your home is a great way to make your home as comfortable as possible in an inexpensive and environmentally friendly manner.

Easy to Install, Easy to Save

A geothermal installation is not intended to replace a conventional furnace or heating system. Many homeowners worry that adopting clean energy technology will compromise their home comfort - with a geothermal installation, this isn't an issue. A geothermal heat pump merely reduces the amount of work your furnace has to do to heat your home.

While a geothermal heating and cooling system may be non-traditional, it provides multiple benefits that make it a terrific option for homeowners. You'll enjoy the same level of comfort for a lower price, all while making a positive impact on the environment. You can also receive tax credits when you own a geothermal system. To learn more about the savings you may see with a geothermal system check out this helpful infographic.

Geothermal Repairs From Home Climates

When homeowners install new technology, it’s only natural to wonder about service. Home Climates is ready to assist you in all aspects of maintaining your new geothermal heating and cooling system. If you've already made the switch to geothermal energy and require repairs to your system, contact Home Climates for expert service, from Lancaster to Harrisburg to Elizabethtown. Regardless of who installed your system in the first place, Home Climates can provide fast geothermal repairs to products of any make.

Our mission is to see you comfortable in your home. When you’re satisfied with your heating and cooling, we’re satisfied. Our friendly, helpful technicians work quickly and efficiently in your home, and they never leave a mess behind. To ensure that your geothermal installation does not create a burden, we also offer financing options. When you need service or repairs, we offer flat-rate pricing and no-nonsense billing. We believe getting great service shouldn't mean having to rearrange your life.

Contact Home Climates today for any service issues or for more information about how a geothermal heat installation can save you money!