Due to the inclement weather, our offices are currently closed.
This may cause delays in processing and shipping certain orders. Please be patient as we try to fulfill your order as quickly as possible.
In America today, the new hot topic is "going green". Over the course of the last few years, the country has become more environmentally aware than ever before. Families all over the nation have been working hard to find the most efficient appliances, cars, home windows, electronics, and many other facets of everyday life.
In HVAC, the focus has been put on geothermal heat pumps, making them incredibly popular over the course of the last few years.
They are similar to air source heat pumps in that they heat and cool homes using the transfer of heat. They both can be used for forced air applications and radiant floor applications.
Air Source heat pumps use the ambient air temperature as a source of heat transfer, while geothermal heat pumps utilize the steady temperature of the ground to heat and to cool homes. There are three comparisons which set geothermal heat pumps apart from traditional air source heat pumps.
Geothermal heat pumps exchange heat more efficiently, they are more environmentally friendly, and they are incredibly competitive with traditional air source heat pumps. They are efficient, eco-friendly, and economical for people who want to invest in these amazing and innovative heat pumps.
They are so much better environmentally than traditional air source heat pumps that the federal government is offering incredible tax credits for families who choose geothermal heat pumps. They are an intelligent substitution for many homes.
Call Ingram's Water and Air today at 1-855-INGRAMS, so that we can tell you about these state of the art heating and cooling systems.