Geothermal Heat Pump Installation

Geothermal Heat Pump Installation

Clear the Air Cooling & Heating

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The Cleanest & Greenest Comfort System

Environmentally friendly doesn’t have to be costly; at least, not when it comes to your indoor comfort. Geothermal heat pumps use the Earth’s stored thermal energy to cool and heat your home. You see—outdoor temperatures fluctuate season by season, but the underground temperature remains the same. So, by installing a geothermal heat pump, you’re actually cooling and heating your home with comfortable air found roughly four to six feet beneath the Earth’s surface, rather than expensive fossil fuels.

At Clear the Air, our team installs and services WaterFurnace Geothermal heat pump units—the smartest choice for reducing your carbon footprint and utility bills, simultaneously. NATE-certified and fully trained, our experts will consult with you to discuss the needs of your home and to select the highest efficiency system. Once your geothermal heat pump is installed, you and your family can enjoy years of reliable, safe home comfort at a low cost.

Horizontal Loop
Vertical Loop
Pond or Lake

Horizontal Geothermal Loop Animation

Open Geothermal Loop Animation

Pond Geothermal Loop Animation

Vertical Geothermal Loop Animation

More Benefits of Geothermal Heat Pumps:

  • Allow you to save up to 70% on heating, cooling and hot water
  • Precisely distributes comfortable air, all year long
  • Quiet operation
  • Extremely reliable and require less maintenance
  • Emit no carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide or other greenhouse gasses

Geothermal Heat Pump FAQs

What are some myths about geothermal heating and cooling?

Some myths about geothermal heating and cooling are: 

  • Geothermal heat pumps can’t be installed in an existing home
  • Installing a geothermal heat pump takes months or years 
  • You have to have a large yard to install a geothermal heat pump 
  • Geothermal heat pumps can’t work in colder areas 

A geothermal heat pump can be installed in an existing home in the same amount of time it takes to install another heating system and it can be installed anywhere in the world. 

If you have a smaller yard, there is the option of having a vertical ground loop installed for your geothermal heat pump, which requires less space than a horizontal ground loop. To learn more about getting a geothermal heat pump installed, give us a call today.

How much money can you save by using geothermal energy?

You can save about 30-70% on heating and 20-50% on cooling each month by using geothermal energy. Additionally, a geothermal heat pump will last longer than a standard heating system and require less maintenance. Some geothermal heat pumps can last up to 50 years. A geothermal heat pump is a great heating system to consider for your home because it is both environmentally friendly and safer than most heating systems. To get a geothermal heat pump installed, contact us today

Is geothermal heating and cooling a good investment?

Yes, geothermal heating and cooling is a good investment. Some of the benefits of geothermal heating and cooling are: 

  • It save you money on your monthly energy bills 
  • It is more environmentally friendly
  • It lasts longer than a standard heating system 
  • It is safer than a traditional heating system 

In addition to providing you more savings and safety, a geothermal heating and cooling system can also provide hot water more readily. To learn more about all of the benefits of geothermal heating and cooling, call us today

Schedule Geothermal Heat Pump Installation In The Houston & Bay Area

Proudly serving Pearland, Friendswood and the surrounding South Houston communities, Clear the Air’s NATE-certified technicians are skilled in geothermal heat pump installation, service and maintenance service.

Our team is here, day or night, for your home comfort needs. To schedule an estimate or to speak with a team member, email us or call 281·612·1031 today!

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