December 6, 2012
What do you know about geothermal heat pumps? If you’ve done your research, you know that geothermal energy provides tremendously efficient heating and cooling by using the earth’s naturally cooler summer temperatures and warmer winter temperatures. Once installed, a geothermal heat pump can last 20 years or more, and the underground loops can easily last 50 years. …
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October 4, 2012
Did you know that there’s a whole world of efficient, plentiful and free energy just under your feet? Underground temperatures are far more stable, and stay approximately 60 degrees year-round. You can reap the benefits of geothermal heating and cooling in your central Florida home by capitalizing on this underground energy.
May 31, 2012
Geothermal heating and cooling utilizes the Earth’s steady underground temperature to transfer heat to or from the living space of your home. Well-suited to Orlando’s mild climate, this free source of thermal exchange removes some costly components found in conventional heating/cooling systems. Conversely, it introduces other expenses — mostly initial upfront costs — into the …
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October 11, 2011
Are you thinking about replacing your heating and cooling system? A geothermal heating and cooling system is quiet, clean and energy efficient, making it an ideal choice for the mild Orlando climate.
July 14, 2011
Do you think you pay more to heat and cool your home than you should? Does it take more energy now than it did when your house was new to maintain the comfort level you need? If so, this might be a good time to have your attic inspected. You may be able to save on your utility bills and keep …
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July 5, 2011
For decades, science and technology have worked together to harness natural energy. Solar power, wind power and geothermal power have all proven to be effective methods of creating energy. The focus has primarily been on heating and cooling our homes. Of these three, the most consistent and reliable is geothermal heating and cooling.