Absolutely! You can use geothermal in an older home. Geothermal heating and cooling systems are becoming increasingly popular in Australia, with homeowners looking to reduce their energy bills and create a more comfortable living environment.

Geothermal is the process of using naturally occurring heat from the ground to provide energy for heating, cooling and hot water. This energy is free and renewable, meaning you can reduce your reliance on other forms of energy like electricity or gas. Additionally, Geothermal systems typically require less maintenance than other heating and cooling solutions, making them a great long-term investment.

The installation of a geothermal system in an older home is relatively straight forward. Firstly, you’ll need to dig down at least 1-2 metres into the ground to access the ground’s natural heat source (this varies depending on the type of soil). You will then need to connect this source to your home’s existing HVAC system via pipes with a special fluid that absorbs the heat from the ground and transfers it into your home. It’s important to ensure you use an experienced engineer who knows what they’re doing when it comes to designing and constructing this type of system as they will be able to recommend which type of fluid would work best for your home and make sure that everything is installed correctly.

Euroheat Australia is a great choice when it comes to designing and constructing hydronic heating & cooling systems with 30 years of experience in Perth. Their team of experienced engineers have the knowledge and expertise needed to ensure that your system is installed correctly so it can run efficiently for years to come. They also offer design services so you can be sure that all aspects of your new system are taken into account before installation starts – from energy savings calculations through to cost reduction benefits – ensuring you get the most out of your investment.

In terms of energy savings, Geothermal systems are known for having lower running costs than traditional HVAC systems due their low operating temperatures and minimal electricity usage. This means that over time, you could see reduced bills as well as a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions associated with running your home’s heating & cooling system. For example, if you were previously spending $500 per month on electricity for your HVAC system, installing a geothermal solution could reduce this figure by up to 50%, resulting in savings of around $2,400 per year!

Geothermal systems also offer increased comfort levels due to their ability to maintain consistent temperatures between rooms and throughout each season – ensuring no more cold spots or overheated areas during summertime!

Overall, investing in a geothermal system is an excellent way for older homes owners looking for ways to reduce their energy bills whilst creating a more comfortable living environment for themselves or their family members. With Euroheat Australia’s experienced engineers providing design & installation services combined with potential savings on running costs & improved comfort levels; there really isn’t any reason not give it a go!

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