Since 1978, Scott – Lee Heating and geothermal Company has installed the highest performance heating and cooling and geothermal systems in St. Louis, Missouri, heating and cooling and geothermal systems in St. Louis county Missouri, and heating and cooling and geothermal systems in Western Illinois.
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More and more homeowners are replacing or combining their traditional heating and cooling systems with geothermal. This case study reveals how one installer in St. Louis is providing the benefits of geothermal systems to their customers in Missouri and Illinois.
The benefits of geothermal heating and cooling are vast, providing energy efficiency and a comfortable home.
Yesterday, I received four calls from customers inquiring about geothermal heatpump systems. They all were considering the geo option and wanted to understand the entire process and learn all the benefits.
The closed-loop is the outdoor portion of a geothermal heat pump system. Basically, it is a continuous closed circuit made of polyethylene pipe.
For some people just getting interested in geothermal, how well it can condition a home can almost seem like a miracle. It is natural that some are skeptical.
This topic is very broad and the answers can branch off in many directions. So, to start, here is a short list of practices that can lower your retrofit install costs: Cheap equipment, HVAC contractors that are not knowledgeable or...
Since its been such a hot summer here, I'm going to answer this question with an relevant analogy. Think of a professionally installed geothermal heat pump as a bowl of delicious, smooth ice cream.
Informed homeowners desire the many real benefits of using a geothermal system to condition their living space. They crave the greatly reduced utility bills, the quiet operation and the elimination of an exterior unit.
Everything from Brad Pitt to decorating the HGTV Green Home and tips to help improve your summer landscape were among the top headlines on ProudGreenHome in July.
Some things in life are certain — death, taxes and I will never get better at golf. The answer to the payback period question is not one of these things.
Is it worth it to get a geothermal system for your home? Calculate the variables and you can easily determine the payback period for a geothermal system. Consider sizing and correct installation, utility rate fluctuations, household activity and lifestyle, system efficiency ratings and your local weather.
If you are like many of us, you are baking in this sweltering summer heat. It is taking a toll on us and really putting a strain on our current HVAC systems.
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