Geothermal

Wirth, Inc. is the area's leader in geothermal installation. With over eight years of experience installing geothermal units, our experts know that geothermal systems are the way to go. We are proud to use ClimateMaster systems for our geothermal installs.

Save Your Money, Save The World

More and more people are realizing that a geothermal system isn't just the future of heating and air conditioning, it's the present. By using clean and renewable energy, you will be doing your part to reduce your carbon footprint. In addition to helping the environment, you will be helping your wallet. You can save up to 60 percent on your utility bills, by having a geothermal system installed by Wirth, Inc. A ClimateMaster geothermal unit will save you money in repair costs also, as they have fewer moving parts than a traditional heat pump and air conditioner unit. You can also save 30 percent on installation costs through Federal tax credits. Let Wirth, Inc. show you how you can save money and help the planet.

What Is A Geothermal Heat Pump?

You've probably heard the term "geothermal" used, but you may not know exactly what it is. A geothermal heat pump uses the natural heat from the earth or groundwater to heat and cool your home or business. This method is very efficient and is an environmentally friendly way to save energy and money on your heating and cooling bills.

A geothermal heat pump moves heat energy from one location to another, using the heat energy in the earth to heat your home. Our geothermal experts will install underground loops full of liquid that transfer heat to the heat pump heat exchanger. In the winter, this is used to heat your home; during the summer, the system is reversed and the indoor heat is pulled from your home and transferred to the ground through the loops.

Cost of Geothermal vs Traditional Systems

Although the initial cost of a geothermal unit will cost more than a traditional system, you will quickly make up the difference. The system lifespan of a geothermal unit will last longer than most conventional systems. The energy savings and the tax credits can reduce the costs significantly for a geothermal system. If you just calculate the energy savings costs, the geothermal system will make up the difference in cost after only three to five years. To see how much geothermal can impact your energy bills, use this handy Geothermal Savings Calculator from ClimateMaster.

To learn more about a geothermal heat pump can keep you warm and cool while saving you money and helping the environment, give our friendly team of professionals a call. We'll be happy to sit down with you and discuss if geothermal is the right option for your home or business. Call us today at 309-944-4612.