Geothermal Heat Pump Systems
Harness the Earth’s Energy for Comfortable Living
At MJM, we understand the importance of efficient and sustainable heating and cooling solutions for homes and businesses in Fort Wayne and the surrounding areas. That’s why we proudly offer geothermal heat pumps – a revolutionary technology that taps into the Earth’s renewable energy to provide year-round comfort.
The Earth absorbs almost 50% of all solar energy and remains a constant temperature of 50°F to 70°F depending on geographical location. A geothermal unit utilizes this constant temperature for heating and cooling your home.
You can realize up to 60% energy savings vs. traditional systems. There is no flame, no flue, no odors and no loud outdoor equipment. Heating, air conditioning and hot water can all be attained from a single compact unit.
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Benefits of Geothermal Heating & Cooling
- Energy Efficiency: By utilizing the stable temperature of the Earth just beneath the surface, these systems can achieve significantly higher efficiencies compared to traditional heating and cooling systems. This not only translates to lower utility bills but also contributes to a greener, more sustainable environment.
- Cost Savings: Geothermal heat pumps can lower home cooling and heating operating costs compared to forced-air HVAC systems, with savings as high as 70 percent.
- Year-Round Comfort: One of the unique advantages of geothermal heat pumps is their ability to provide both heating and cooling from the same system. They maintain consistent, comfortable indoor environment throughout the year, regardless of the weather outside.
- Durability and Low Maintenance: Geothermal heat pumps are known for their durability and longevity. With fewer moving parts and a system that is mostly housed indoors or underground, these units require less maintenance compared to traditional HVAC systems.
Ready to make the switch to geothermal? Contact us today to schedule a free in-home estimate and discover the many benefits of harnessing the Earth’s energy for your heating and cooling needs.