Want to stay cool and save money on energy costs? Are you hoping that your ancient HVAC system will make it through the dog days of summer this year? Learn about a money-saving, energy-efficient alternative. Geothermal HVAC systems are designed to outlast standard HVAC systems, require little maintenance and offer many other benefits to homeowners in Lake Placid, Florida.
Reduced Utility Costs
While installing a geothermal system costs more than a conventional air conditioner, the savings that follow will recover that cost over time. Eligible U.S. homeowners can potentially save up to $2,300 by taking advantage of federal energy tax credits. Additional energy cost savings and money saved on maintenance can make it possible to recoup your investment in as little as two years.
Energy Efficiency and Safety
Geothermal HVAC systems use far less electricity to operate than typical HVAC systems. As a result, you’ll save on your energy bills. And geothermal is a renewable source of energy that produces no pollution. Therefore, geothermal systems don’t contribute to global warming.
You can set these systems up to supply hot water in your home and also heat your pool at no additional cost. Geothermal systems lower the risk of fire. They also eliminate the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning that comes with natural gas heating.
Geothermal HVAC systems have less hardware and fewer moving parts. Therefore, they’re dependable and require very little maintenance. These systems provide a longer lifetime of service in comparison to standard HVAC systems, making them convenient, reliable and consistent for many years.
Miller’s Central Air has been proudly serving Arcadia and the rest of Florida’s Heartland and Treasure Coast since 1995. Learn more about how a geothermal HVAC system can be the smart choice for your home, wallet and family’s comfort. Call Miller’s Central Air, Inc. today at 863-669-5455 to learn more about how an investment in geothermal HVAC can benefit you. We’re standing by to help you save.
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