Both the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy (DOE) endorse geothermal cooling and heating as one of the most energy-efficient, environmentally friendly systems available. They provide an amazing opportunity to reduce pollution and energy use while providing matchless comfort and reliability. Here are 11 reasons it’s smart to go underground with…

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Although a geothermal system is more reliable than most standard heating and cooling systems used around Wichita, it can still run into trouble. Nearly all malfunctions will require help from an HVAC technician to correct, but some problems you can solve yourself with a few simple steps.

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Geothermal technology has been evolving for more than 50 years, and over 1 million systems have been installed in the United States to date. This ultra-efficient HVAC option uses heat-pump technology to transfer the heat that’s stored several feet underground (or underwater) into your home for efficient, quiet heating. In the summer, the geothermal heat…

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Over a million Americans have now installed geothermal heat pumps in their homes.  Every year, more than 60,000 new residences get them. Geothermal exploits the unvarying latent heat of the earth just a few feet below ground level to warm your home in winter and act as a heat sink to disperse heat extracted from…

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Federal legislators have given a big vote of confidence to home geothermal or solar installations. Geothermal heats and cools your home more efficiently than any other technology. Solar power is now the world’s fastest-growing renewable source of energy. While the time period for tax breaks covering a range of energy-saving appliances expired at the end of 2011, the 30 percent…

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Until relatively recently, an unlimited free energy source to heat and cool your home went unexploited. Today, all that’s changed. Residential geothermal heating and cooling is now the most efficient, fastest-growing green energy source in the U.S. Just a few feet below your feet, the temperature of the earth never deviates much from an average…

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