Heating and cooling account for about half of a typical home’s energy consumption. In other words, an efficient HVAC system can save you thousands of dollars over the next decade. Air-source heat pumps and air conditioners are much more energy efficient today compared to 15 or 20 years ago, but geothermal HVAC is even more efficient by a sizable margin. If you live in Mooresville, NC, geothermal HVAC can provide the comfort you need year-round at a fraction of the cost.

Low Operating Costs

While a geothermal system costs more upfront than an air-source unit, a ground-source heat pump is up to 65 percent more efficient than comparable air-source models. That works out to approximately 40 percent lower heating and cooling bills. Because the equipment is buried underground where temperatures remain nearly constant throughout the year, your new system will work the same whether the air outside is 100 degrees or 20 below.

Long Operating Lifespan

It is true that a geothermal HVAC system costs more to install than a conventional air-source system. However, while the latter has a useful lifespan of about 10-15 years, a new geothermal HVAC system should last for at least 25 years with preventive maintenance. Better yet, the underground cooling loops, which are the most labor-intensive component to install, should last for half a century or longer.

Designed for the Smart Grid

Air-source HVAC systems use a lot of electricity. They place tremendous strain on the power grid — especially during the middle of the day when temperatures are highest. Because geothermal systems rely on underground temperatures, which hardly fluctuate day-to-day or even season-to-season, your heating and cooling bills will be substantially lower in the middle of winter and summer when they would otherwise be highest.

Need advice on a new geothermal HVAC system from a professional heating and AC contractor? Visit Lakeside Heating & Air Conditioning, or call us at (704) 208-4172 today!

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