As environmental and energy efficiency concerns continue to grow, more and more homeowners are looking for ways to reduce their carbon footprint and embrace greener living. One way to achieve this goal is by switching to an energy-efficient heating and cooling system, such as a geothermal system.
Grove Heating & Cooling is proud to offer comprehensive geothermal installation services to homeowners who are committed to reducing their carbon footprint and saving money on their energy bills. Trust our geothermal installation experts to identify the right system for your home and provide skilled installation services.
Geothermal installation requires specialized knowledge and equipment that not every HVAC contractor has. Here are reasons why you should choose Grove Heating & Cooling for your geothermal installation:
The first in the industry to integrate digital communicating controls, two-stage capacity, variable-speed fan and variable-flow geothermal source functions within a single compact “plug and play” package.
The revolutionary Trilogy® 45 represents a major breakthrough in comfort and efficiency. Trilogy® 45 is up to 50% more efficient than other geothermal systems and is the only system offering hot water generation for additional savings.
The Tranquility® 30 Digital with vFlow® variable water flow technology breaks new ground in efficiency by approaching 30 EER part load cooling and 4.8 COP part load heating for ground loop applications.
Grove Heating & Cooling is proud to offer financing options for those looking to install geothermal heating and cooling systems in their homes or businesses. Our financing options allow you to enjoy the benefits of geothermal heating and cooling without breaking the bank.
We work with Wells Fargo to find the best financing solution for you. Our team can walk you through the entire financing process and help you find the right plan to fit your budget. With our financing options, you can invest in your home or business while also investing in a more sustainable future. Contact Grove Heating & Cooling today to learn more about financing for your geothermal system installation.
Geothermal HVAC systems, also known as ground-source heat pumps, are systems that use the natural warmth of the earth to provide heating and cooling for your home. The system uses fluid-filled loops buried underground to extract the constant temperature of the earth to heat your home or deposit excess heat in order to cool it.
The components of a geothermal HVAC system include a heat pump, underground piping known as the loop system, and a heat distribution system, such as ductwork or radiant heating systems. The heat pump is the heart of the system and is responsible for transferring heat between the home’s air and the ground.
The heat pump is connected to the underground piping, which is made up of a series of loops that are buried on the property. These loops circulate a special fluid that absorbs heat from the earth and transfers it to the heat pump, and vice versa.
For heating, the heat pump then releases the heat energy to the air circulating through the system or transfers it to water circulating in a radiant system. When in cooling mode, the heat pump extracts excess heat from the home’s air and sends it below ground through the loop system, where it is absorbed by the ground.
Geothermal installation has a long list of benefits, some of which include:
One of the main advantages of geothermal HVAC systems is their energy efficiency. By using the constant temperature of the earth, these systems require significantly less energy to heat and cool a home compared to traditional HVAC systems. This can result in significant energy savings over time, as well as a smaller environmental footprint.
Additionally, geothermal HVAC systems offer a high level of comfort and control. These systems are designed to provide consistent temperatures throughout the home and can be easily adjusted to meet individual preferences.
Geothermal HVAC systems tend to offer many more years of service than other heating and cooling systems. Geothermal heat pumps last longer than air-source heat pumps, central air conditioners, and furnaces. The loop system is well-protected below ground and can last 50 years or more!
Geothermal systems have no outdoor units, which lessens the damage caused by weather conditions that can spoil other units and increase maintenance needs. As such, these systems tend to require fewer repairs over time, saving you money on service costs.
At Grove Heating & Cooling, we understand that installing a geothermal system is a significant investment for homeowners and businesses alike. That’s why we offer comprehensive post-installation support that ensures your system operates smoothly and efficiently for years to come.
Our repair services are available to fix any issues that may arise with your geothermal system. Our team of highly skilled technicians is trained to identify and fix problems quickly, ensuring that your system is up and running in no time. Whether it’s a minor issue or a more complex repair, you can count on Grove Heating & Cooling to get the job done right.
We also offer routine maintenance services to help keep your system in top condition. We understand that regular maintenance is essential to the longevity and efficiency of your geothermal system. Our technicians will conduct thorough inspections, clean any necessary components, and make any required adjustments to optimize your system’s performance.
In addition to our maintenance services, we offer maintenance plans that provide ongoing, routine maintenance at regular intervals. With a maintenance plan from Grove Heating & Cooling, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that your system is being properly maintained by our expert technicians.
Geothermal HVAC is the future of heating and cooling systems both in terms of energy efficiency and environmental friendliness. With years of experience in the industry, you can trust Grove Heating & Cooling to provide you with the best geothermal HVAC installation services in the area. Contact us today to learn more about geothermal HVAC system installation and how we can help you achieve optimal home comfort.