If you’re interested in making your home or business more environmentally friendly, ask our staff about geothermal heating and cooling. Geothermal heat pumps use the stable underground temperatures to heat and cool your home year-round.
The underground temperature in Michigan remains relatively stable at 55 degrees Fahrenheit.
During the winter, a ground-source heat pump is able to convert warm underground water into warm air for your home. Likewise, this same underground air is used to cool your home in the summer.
A geothermal heat pump has several advantages, including energy savings and tax credits. Many of our customers are able to save money in the long run by making the switch to geothermal energy. Our HVAC technicians are able to install your geothermal system with an open or closed-loop so you can stay comfortable in your home year-round.
As your local HVAC contractor, we want to help improve the energy efficiency of your home by installing a system for geothermal heating and cooling. To request an estimate for installing a geothermal system, call Parker-Arntz Plumbing & Heating, Inc. at (888) 641-3907.