When the need to install a Geothermal Heat Pump arrives, then you need to know that Water Furnace Geothermal heat pumps have been manufactured, and designed with the customer’s interest in mind. The Water Furnace Geothermal Heat Pump is manufactured to meet with all the needs of your home.
To install a geothermal system the procedure involves digging holes 150 to 250 feet deep. Next the pipes are buried in soil, installed in a place such as a lake. Sometimes it is bored inside a rock shelf. The installation of the Water Furnace Geothermal Heat Pump takes 1-3 days, however this varies a geothermal heat pump requires to be installed by a professional person. The Water Furnace Geothermal Heat Pump is a smart choice.
Pricing of the Water Furnace geothermal heat pump
Ground-source or water-source heat pump
Price : $3,500 -$7,500
Expensive models : $10,000 -$25,000
Includes options : two-stage compressor Hot water heater
Excavation and installation costs depend on soil condition, depth of pipes, and type of equipment.
The best way to get a reasonable price is asking for local contractors’ bids and compare. You can click here (Only For US) to free estimate your local contractors’ price online.
Tests have been conducted by The United States National Renewable Energy Laboratory for the Water Furnace Geothermal Heat Pump. The findings given by them is that the Water Furnace geothermal heat pumps are extremely cost effective and energy saving. In comparison to conventional models that are generally installed in homes.
When you choose to buy a Water Furnace geothermal heat pump, you need to be aware that heating and cooling systems are manufactured by them in triple basic configurations.
With the Water Furnace geothermal heat pump, your family gets the best, highest efficiency levels of Water Furnace. Water Furnace geothermal heat pumps are manufactured so that they are free from emissions such as carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide. The Water Furnace geothermal heat pump is a green heat pump. They function and do not damage the environment. The Water Furnace geothermal heat pump does not release any greenhouse gasses. The US Department of Energy and the EPA have given the clearance that using the Water Furnace geothermal heat pumps means you do not harm the environment.