By: Climate Control
If your business is in the market for a new heating or cooling system, you've likely heard of geothermal systems. This type of system transfers naturally heated (or cooled) air from the ground surrounding your building and uses it to heat (or cool) your business.
Reasons for opting for a geothermal HVAC system
- One system handles both heating AND cooling. Although a geothermal system is often initially more expensive than a traditional furnace, it provides both heated air in the winter and cooled air during the summer, so you only have to invest in a single system.
- Geothermal systems use less energy. Since a geothermal system transfers conditioned air rather than creating it, this type of system uses significantly less electricity or natural gas than a traditional heating system.
- Your HVAC system will be quieter. A geothermal HVAC system is also much quieter than a traditional HVAC system, since you don't have a blower continually turning on and off.
- It's safer for your employees and customers. Since a geothermal heat pump system transfers heat rather than creating it via combustion, there are no potentially hazardous by-products like carbon monoxide created, as you have with a forced air furnace.
To learn more about adding an energy-efficient geothermal HVAC system for your business, contact Climate Control Heating and Air Conditioning today. We've been helping South Carolina business with their heating and cooling needs since 1969.
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