Connects Customers with Geothermal Savings
Geothermal units give homeowners and business owners more energy efficiency than regular HVAC systems. Studies have shown that geothermal HVAC systems decrease energy consumption—25 to 30% during cooling and 25 to 50% during heating. Those energy savings translate into significant cost savings.
In addition, geothermal units give users the ability to re-purpose the geothermal heat once it comes into the home, transferring it to a hot water heater which produces hot water at no extra energy cost. Geothermal energy also runs quieter than typical HVAC units and has a longer lifespan with less need for maintenance and repairs.
While the initial investment for a geothermal HVAC unit is higher than a traditional system, new home or business builders can roll the cost into a mortgage. Even if the installation is not connected to a new construction project, the energy cost savings will make it worth your initial investment soon enough, because monthly energy expenditures will be lower, starting with your first month of geothermal usage.
While you may not single-handedly save the world with a new geothermal energy unit, you can feel good about doing your part to conserve energy. More and more families are realizing the importance of choosing a greener lifestyle and passing down that sense of responsibility to their children.
Likewise, business owners realize that making greener choices impresses customers and prospects. Consumers feel good about doing business with a company that is striving to do something for the world around them. If you use geothermal energy for your business, let your customers know!
If you want to know more about how you can take advantage of geothermal savings for your home or business, contact the geothermal experts at Waldrop Inc. We are South Carolina and western North Carolina’s geothermal specialists, and we take pride in being able to provide you with the information you need to learn about geothermal energy as well as deliver the installation and services to make geothermal savings a reality for your home or business.