GeoThermal

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GeoThermal Serving Springfield, MO

GeoThermal – The Best Heating & Cooling: Why?

GeoThermal heating and cooling is Very Green and right below your feet. Just a few yards below the ground surface, a 55-degree temperature is constant Year-round in central Missouri. Sun-Aire installed GeoThermal heat pumps do not burn fossil fuels, using the earth for heating and cooling. Reduction of carbon emissions into the environment and up to 70% less in energy bills. For tax year 2020 there is a 26% tax credit. Check with your accountant for confirmation and details.  Many utility companies offer rebates for GeoThermal heating and cooling systems. GeoThermal equipment installed by Sun-Aire has fewer moving parts than traditional heating and cooling systems, resulting in lower maintenance costs

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GeoThermal Heating & Cooling, How does it work?

Pipes such as polyethylene or HDPE are installed underground, and water is circulated round trip from the indoor GeoThermal heat pump through the pipe loops and back. The circulating water brings heat to the house for heating and brings the heat back to the ground for cooling. Sun-Aire installed GeoThermal heat pumps are engineered to provide heating and cooling using the underground pipe loops. This modern technology has been available and successfully used for over 60 years. GeoThermal heating and cooling have been used for thousands of years in a much simpler way, caves.  At the correct location, caves provide a constant year-round temperature and have been lived in by generations of different cultures around the world. Caves are stilled used for living, storage. and technology.

GeoThermal Heating & Cooling, will it work for me?

Yes, Geothermal heating and cooling will work for you. How? GeoThermal systems installed by Sun-Aire can be used for new construction, and existing buildings. Driveways and sidewalks can be snow and ice-free during the winter when using a GeoThermal heating system. The water in outdoor or indoor swimming pools can be heated year-round, using a Sun-Aire installed GoeThermal System.