Geothermal systems can provide many benefits, but it can be difficult to determine the best way to install one to your home. This is especially true when it is an older building that already has an alternative heating system. Geothermal retrofits are a solution that enable you to modify your existing heating system into a geothermal heat pump.
Geothermal Heat Pumps
Geothermal heat pumps are essentially used to transfer heat from the ground into your home. When the sun heats the ground outside your home, the geothermal heat pump will transfer this heat into your building. In the hot months, the pump performs the reverse process. It will transfer the heat out of your building and into the soil.
Retrofits enable you to adapt the existing heating system in your home. This can be a much more convenient process than having to completely remove the existing heating system of your property. We can provide retrofitting services to modify your existing system into a geothermal option.
Geothermal retrofits can save you a great deal of money in the long-run. First, a retrofit will prevent you from having to completely tear out your existing system and replace it. Instead, it will modify your existing system, which is a more cost-effective solution. In addition, geothermal retrofits will save you money on your long-term energy expenses, because it will substantially lower your regular heating expenses.
An Environmentally-Friendly Option
A geothermal heat pump takes advantage of heat from the sun, which is a renewable heat source. When you have your home retrofitted with a geothermal heat pump, you will be able to minimize your environmental impact.
At Cache Valley Heating and Air Conditioning, we can provide geothermal retrofits to optimize the heating system of your home. To learn more about our geothermal retrofitting services, as well as the benefits these services can provide, contact us at Cache Valley Heating and Air Conditioning today!