If you’re building a new home and looking for an energy efficient way to heat and cool it, geothermal heating & cooling could be the ideal solution. Geothermal heating & cooling is a cost-effective, sustainable way to maintain comfortable indoor temperatures all year round. With geothermal heating & cooling, you can take advantage of the natural energy stored in the ground that’s free and renewable.

What Is Geothermal Heating & Cooling?

Geothermal heating & cooling works by transferring heat energy between your home and the ground. In winter, Geothermal systems extract heat energy from the ground and use it to warm your home. In summer, they transfer heat energy from your home into the ground, keeping your home cool. You can install a geothermal system in a new build or retrofit it into an existing home.

Benefits of Using Geothermal Heating & Cooling

The benefits of using a geothermal heating & cooling system are numerous:

1) Cost Savings: Geothermal systems use less energy than traditional heating and cooling systems, so you’ll save on your monthly electricity bills. Depending on how large your home is and how efficient your system is, you could save up to 70% on your annual energy bills.

2) Increased Comfort: A geothermal system maintains comfortable temperatures throughout your entire house with even temperatures from room to room. It also helps reduce humidity levels in summertime, making for a more enjoyable living environment all year round.

3) Eco-Friendly: Geothermal systems don’t produce any emissions or require any fossil fuels to operate. Plus, they don’t generate any noise when in use—perfect for homeowners who want peace and quiet inside their homes!

4) Longer Lifespan: You won’t have to worry about replacing parts or repairing components as often since Geothermal systems last much longer than traditional HVAC systems—up to 25 years!

5) Low Maintenance: Since Geothermal systems don’t require as much maintenance as other HVAC systems, you won’t need to spend money on regular servicing or repairs—saving you time and money in the long run!

How Much Does It Cost To Install A Geothermal System?

The cost of installing a geothermal system will depend on several factors such as the size of your home, its location, soil conditions and other technical details that need to be taken into account during installation. On average though, homeowners can expect to pay around $20k-$30k for installation costs alone (excluding professional design services). Whilst this may seem expensive upfront, it can be offset over time with savings from lower electricity bills due to increased efficiency of operation.

Design & Installation Services from Euroheat Australia

If you’re looking for experienced engineers who can design and construct hydronic heating & cooling solutions tailored specifically for residential homes then Euroheat Australia should be at the top of your list! They have over 30 years experience in designing and constructing high-performance hydronic heating & cooling solutions that are customised according to individual needs. Their team are well-versed in thermodynamics principles which ensures optimal performance of their solutions over time—saving homeowners time and money in both maintenance costs and lower electricity bills over time too!

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