Is Geothermal Right For Your Home?

Geothermal systems are a great way to cut down on utility bills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. As one of only two ClimateMaster geothermal elite dealers in the state of Iowa, Wyckoff Heating & Cooling is here to help you find the right fit for your home.

Benefits of Geothermal

  • Up to 80 percent savings on your utility bills –Homeowners can save up to 80 percent annually on heating and cooling bills just by switching from a traditional HVAC system to a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system.
  • Tax credits and rebates –In order to reduce and offset the initial cost of purchasing and installing renewable energy sources such as geothermal heating and cooling, local tax credits, utility company rebates and interest-free loans are available for both home and business owners. In fact, the state of Iowa is now offering a 10 percent tax credit for geothermal installations in 2017. Check with your utility company, and visit dsireusa.org for a complete list of incentives available to you today.
  • Green efficiency –ClimateMaster’s geothermal heat pumps are ENERGY STAR® qualified for energy efficiency because they are up to 400-600 percent efficient.
  • Options and versatility –Several options are available when considering your geothermal system. Package units, split systems, duel fuel systems and hydraulic systems are a few options. Learn more about the options available by downloading Wyckoff’s free Geothermal eBook below.
  • Lifetime –With fewer moving parts compared to HVAC systems and a warranty up to 50 years, geothermal systems can be a definite value-add in the long run.
  • Year-round installation –Geothermal can be installed year-round.
  • Only a small amount of real estate is needed– In other words, retrofits used to install geothermal will NOT tear up your yard.

To get a full list of benefits and considerations for geothermal download our FREE Geothermal eBook now.

Free Geothermal EBook

Whether or not you choose to install a geothermal system or stick with a traditional HVAC, what it boils down to is less energy use and lower utility bills versus a higher cost of initial installment. Factors such as how long you plan to live in your home, how eager you are to keep your electric bills and energy usage in check and your budget should all be considered before making a final decision. Still holding out due to cost, efficiency or limitations? There are many myths and misconceptions out there regarding geothermal, but we’re here to set the record straight. Ready to have a conversation with one of our Wyckoff home comfort professionals to determine if geothermal could be right for your home? Contact us now.