Water Furnace Geothermal Systems: You’ll See High Utility Bills Gone
You’ve probably heard about the installation of environmentally friendly geothermal systems in commercial businesses, schools and other large buildings. However, WaterFurnace geothermal systems are also gaining in popularity for residential applications, due to their quiet, even comfort and unbelievable energy savings. Sobieski Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning is the area’s leading installer for WaterFurnace geothermal systems, and our customers in the greater Wilmington area have been saving money — up to 70 percent on energy bills — with geothermal units for decades.
Some homeowners might think that solar-powered HVAC systems exceed the energy savings of all other HVAC equipment options. While solar is an effective choice, geothermal goes a step further because these systems are not subject to the whims of a geographical location’s daily sun exposure.
By accessing the energy in your backyard through underground pipes that are installed beneath the ground, WaterFurnace geothermal systems are able to efficiently and comfortably provide energy for heating and cooling, no matter the weather conditions. That’s because temperatures under the ground are constant all year, so geothermal systems have access to a free, renewable energy source, reaching almost unbelievable efficiency levels and drastically shrinking utility bills.
If you’re in the market for a geothermal system, the manufacturer you choose is critical. So why choose WaterFurnace? As the leader in alternative energy, WaterFurnace geothermal systems are the highest-quality systems available on the market. Backed by extensive research and testing, each geothermal system receives a full-scale inspection and operational test before it ever leaves the manufacturer’s premises. WaterFurnace is committed to the best installation possible because it will make or break the efficiency and comfort potential for any system. That’s why contractors who make WaterFurnace products available receive rigorous training in installation and operation. WaterFurnace offers a variety of available systems, including geothermal forced-air systems, hydronic systems, combination forced-air/hydronic systems, as well as split systems.
For help selecting and installing a WaterFurnace geothermal system in your Wilmington-area home, contact us at Sobieski Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning today.
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