If you had the chance to cut your heating, air conditioning, and hot water costs by up to 80 percent and still enjoy year-round comfort, would you jump on that chance? Now, suppose that, in addition to that, you could dramatically reduce wasted energy and pollution by tapping into the Earth’s cleanest, purest, and most abundant natural resource for your heating and cooling needs.
At OnTIME Service, we provide geothermal heating and cooling services to residents in Henderson, Evansville, Owensboro and the surrounding areas.
Geothermal heat pumps are commonly referred to as:
- Geothermal heating
- Ground source heat pump
- Geothermal heating and cooling
- Geothermal cooling
- Water source heat pump
- Geothermal system
- Air to water heat pump
How Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems Work
Standard heating and cooling systems work by drawing in surrounding air and adjusting the temperature before distributing it through your home. Because outdoor air temperatures fluctuate greatly, this means that these systems have to work very hard to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature.
Geothermal heating systems, also known as ground source heat pumps or water source heat pumps, work completely differently. They pull from the temperature below the earth’s surface, which is much more consistent than outdoor air above ground. Your new geothermal heat pump system works by using piping systems called “loops” that circulate water and transfer the heat from the Earth to your home.
As a result, you get dependable temperature control at a fraction of the cost of your existing energy bills.
Benefits of Geothermal Systems
If you’re looking for an energy-efficient system, a geothermal heat pump may be the solution for you.
Here are the following advantages of switching to geothermal heating and cooling:
- Lower operating costs: With a geothermal system, you can save up to 20 to 60 percent on heating costs and 20 to 50 percent on cooling costs.
- Renewable energy: You don’t have to worry about carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, or greenhouse gases with a geothermal system. That’s because geothermal systems use renewable solar energy.
- Quiet Operation: Geothermal heating and cooling systems don’t have an outdoor compressor or fan, so you don’t have to worry about noisy interruptions.
Choose OnTIME Service for Your Geothermal Heat Pump Installation
OnTIME Service is proud to be one of a very few select contractors in all of Kentucky to have zero complaints filed with the BBB in our entire history. This just shows our dedication to our customers and properly trained experts who get it right the first time. We want to make you a happy customer for life.