5 Reasons to Consider a Geothermal Heat System for Your San Antonio Home

5 Reasons to Consider a Geothermal Heat System for Your San Antonio Home

Installing a geothermal heating and cooling system is a wonderful energy-efficient and money-saving way to maintain
comfort in many San Antonio homes. The following description outlines a few benefits you can expect after installing a geothermal heating system for your home.

High energy efficiency: Compared to furnaces and other traditional heating systems, geothermal heating is super efficient. Ground-source geothermal systems use the ground outside your home as the source of heat capture and release. Geothermal heat systems are known to attain efficiency levels of 300 to 400 percent, consuming one unit of electricity for every three or four units of heat produced.

Cost-effective operation: The high efficiency of geothermal heating also means that it costs far less to operate each month. Geothermal systems may slash home heating bills by 50 percent or more. A geothermal system will cost more initially, but the level of savings it offers each month means that the cost of the equipment and installation can often be recovered within only a few years.

Long expected life: Geothermal systems are expected to last for 20 years or even longer with proper maintenance. Some components, such as the loop pipes, are sometimes guaranteed for up to 50 years.

Environmentally clean operation: Geothermal heating systems don’t burn fossil fuels to generate heat and this means that geothermal equipment doesn’t produce greenhouse gases or harmful substances, such as carbon monoxide. Such high efficiency means there will be less demand on the local power grid and, as a result, less pollution produced.

Free water heating: By adding a component called a desuperheater, excess heat generated by geothermal operations can be redirected to heat water in your home. This results in free water heating, which can eliminate another  big energy cost from your budget.

Contact us today for more information on the benefits of geothermal heating systems and to get an installation quote.

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