Spoiler alert: Our geothermal systems will save you money!
Between the highest efficiencies, long-lasting equipment, less maintenance, safeties, and cost savings on heating, cooling, and hot water bills, geothermal systems provide a return on investment in more ways than one.
Couple these benefits with financial incentives and flexible financing options, and you'll be able to make monthly payments on a new system with the money you save on heating and cooling costs.
The cost to install a geothermal heating and cooling system varies by geographic location, loop size, home/building size, and installer so there is no clear-cut price. Bottom line: When compared to traditional HVAC systems, geothermal systems will provide more cost-savings. Use our savings calculator to get an estimate for your home, or better yet, reach out to us and we'll provide you with a FREE geothermal design and quote. Don't write this amazing technology off without getting all the facts for your unique situation.
If you're installing a GeoComfort system in a new construction home or building, it is possible to bundle the cost of your system into your mortgage. The additional cost of your monthly mortgage payment should be offset by the monthly savings you will recoup on your heating and cooling bills. In fact, most homeowners see positive cash flow on a monthly basis by saving more than the additional portion of their mortgage attributable to the cost of their geothermal system.
If you are upgrading your existing home by installing an efficient GeoComfort Geothermal System, you also have financing options available. There are different options and scenarios available with financing. Contact us for more information.
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There is a 30% federal tax credit available for residential geothermal systems. Any geothermal equipment meeting ENERGY STAR requirements at the time of installation is eligible for the federal tax credit. The credit is equal to 30% of the total system cost, including equipment, labor, piping, etc.See More
There are state, provincial, and local incentives available in parts of the U.S. and Canada. Your local utility may offer incentives, as well. Additional incentives can be found by searching the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency®.Find Out More