Water-Source & Ground-Source Heat Pumps
Are you interested in a more efficient way to cool and heat your home, maintaining your family's comfort throughout the year? There are a number of different types of HVAC systems out there and it can be difficult to determine which one is right for you. Geothermal systems, also known as geothermal heat pumps, are the most efficient types of units on the market.
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By using the constant temperature of the earth instead of the constantly changing temperature outside as their source for heat exchange, they are able to operate using a minimal amount of energy. At Drake Heating & Air, we offer the installation and repair of geothermal heat pump systems.
Is a Geothermal System Right for Me?
Whether you are building a new home or you are considering upgrading your existing HVAC system, you should seriously consider a geothermal system. Not only will your geothermal system provide you with cool and hot air, it can also provide your home’s hot water. It is a more expensive system to install, but it can cut your energy bills in half! And, with proper maintenance, it will last for up to 50 years.
Our Dayton HVAC specialists have more than 30 years of experience working with all types of heating and air conditioning systems, including geothermal units. We can help you to decide if a geothermal system is right for you, as well as which type is most appropriate for your home.
There are four main types of geothermal systems, which include:
Environmentally Friendly HVAC Units
Geothermal technology is highly advanced, which means that these units are more eco-friendly and efficient than other types of HVAC systems. It is an excellent investment to make for the value of your home, as it can help you cut your energy bills in half and would be an incentive to future buyers. In some cases, you may even be able to get a tax credit if you install a new geothermal system in your home. Our Dayton HVAC technicians will be happy to discuss the advantages of this type of system with you.