Enviro-Tech: Geothermal Technology Advantages of Clean Energy Renewable Energy Systems
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Enviro-Tech: Geothermal Technology Advantages of Clean Energy Renewable Energy Systems

Enviro-Tech: Where Nature Meets Technology

Energy Savings Tops the List of Heating/Cooling System Benefits. Geoexchange technology offers higher efficiency, lower utility bills, improved comfort, and reduced greenhouse gas emissions, compared to conventional heating and cooling systems. Some homeowners with Geoexchange units typically realize energy savings of 25 to 50% over conventional gas, oil, or heat pump systems.

In addition, Geoexchange systems can supplement the home's conventional water heater, saving up to 30% of hot water costs every year. Home and business owners across the United States are enjoying a high level of comfort, while significantly reducing their energy use with geoexchange (geothermal, ground source) heating and cooling systems.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, Geoexchange is the most energy-efficient, environmentally clean, and cost-effective space conditioning system available.

The sun's heat is free. But you can't heat your whole house with it - unless you harvest it from the earth with a geothermal heating and cooling system. Since it uses electricity only to transfer the heat from the earth to your home, a geothermal system can cut your heating bills giving you a noticeable savings. This remarkable system reverses the process to cool your home in summer. Find out how from Enviro-Tech, certified and board approved contractors for your installation.

8 Advantages of Geothermal Energy Systems

Imagine a heating and cooling system for your home that would keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter, cut your utility bills by 25 to 50 percent, and help save Planet Earth, all at the same time. Sounds like a challenge for the new millennium, doesn't it? [read more]

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