The Geothermal Differenece - Using the Earth as Your Heating and Cooling System

Can You Tell Where On This Lake a Homeowner is Saving $2000 Every Year?

Where? Right Here!

Geothermal Heating and Cooling- Solar Energy You Already Have
A geothermal heat pump taps into the renewable solar energy stored in the ground or a body of water to provide savings up to 70% on bills. Using a series of underground or submerged pipes, it exchanges heat with the earth or water instead of outdoor air. While air temperatures can vary greatly from day to night or winter to summer, the temperature just a few feet below the earth's surface stays an average 55°-70°F year-round. That's either warmth or coolness from a never-ending supply you can tap year around to keep your home comfortable, for a fraction of the utility costs of conventional furnaces and air conditioning.


Energy StarA 30% tax credit on equipment and installation costs is currently available to U.S. homeowners who install an Energy Star rated geothermal system. The credit, which is scheduled to last until the end of 2016, can be used to offset both AMT and regular income taxes and can be carried forward into future years. Thanks to this amazing opportunity, there's never been a better time to make the switch to geothermal.