Geothermal technology is simply the smartest most energy efficient way to heat and cool a home. By taking the geothermal energy from the earth and immediate surroundings a homeowner will dramatically lower costs and dependence on traditional fuel-based heating methods.
Because the constant earth temperature significantly reduces the range of temperature necessary to heat or cool your home, less energy is needed to maintain temperatures of 68-72 degrees. What’s more compelling is that in geothermal technology in combination with wind, solar or all three, can achieve zero carbon status for most homes.
Traditional home HVAC systems can be easily converted to geothermal heating and
cooling, which leverages existing air ducts. The savings and predictability of
annual costs will provide bottom line savings that will pay back system costs
within a very short period of time. With government incentives, the pay back
can be 5 years or less.
Among the most important factors for successful geothermal installation are the right residential system design, technology, and, importantly, expert installation. Having experienced geo engineers and technicians is essential to ensuring optimal operation and savings.
First steps and initial reasoning for selecting a
geothermal installation in the Boston area suburb
After the geo system is installed home owners
reflect on reasoning and the geothermal installer
explains how the system works
New England Renewable, a Residential Geothermal Systems and renewable energy
services, and contractors company serving Boston, suburbs, including South
Plymouth, Bourne, Wareham, Kingston, Cape Cod, and the Islands