Ft. Smith Geothermal System Installation & Repair
At Mountain Air Cooling & Heating, our Ft. Smith geothermal system installation & repair techs can get you up and running with the HVAC system of the future. Call (479) 782-4328 to find out more. Click here to take advantage of our online coupons and discounts.
Mountain Air Cooling & Heating is a ClimateMaster and ClimateMaster GeoElite dealer. Being a member of this elite group enables us to offer you a 100% satisfaction guarantee and a 100% 1 year satisfaction guarantee backed by ClimateMaster. We can also provide you with an Expedited Warranty Parts Delivery. This means that any ClimateMaster parts ordered will be shipped on the same day if ordered before 2:00 PM. It’s a peace of mind issue and we are proud to be part of this highly respected organization.
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How Does a Geothermal Heating System Work?
The ground absorbs nearly half of the solar energy our planet receives. Geothermal technology takes advantage of this fact to bring you the cleanest energy on the planet. The earth remains at a constant temperature just below its surface all year round, so using a piping system or “loop” can exchange heat among your home, the ground source heat pump, and the earth.
ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling systems are 400-600% efficient and can cut your heating, cooling, and hot water costs by up to 80%.
ClimateMaster Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems
ClimateMaster’s packaged systems are amongst the most technologically advanced geothermal heating and cooling systems available today. They use variable speed compressors, variable speed fans and variable speed water pumps. In particular, the 45 Q-Mode has been designated as one of the most efficient ENERGY STAR certified products in 2015.
If you feel you are paying too much on your heating or cooling bills, installing a geothermal system is the best way to cut down on those costs.
You can save up to 80% each year on heating and cooling bills by switching from a regular HVAC system to a ClimateMaster geothermal heating and cooling system.
Is Geothermal Right for Your Home?
Installing a geothermal system can be expensive. A range from $10,000 to $30,000 is not uncommon depending on your soil conditions, plot size and system configuration. A geothermal system will cost about 40 percent more than a traditional HVAC system, but this initial outlay can be recouped in a few years. Let us do the math and help you finance this fantastic technology.
Call Mountain Air Cooling & Heating at (479) 782-4328 for immediate service in Ft. Smith, AR. Traditional air source heat pumps have to work hard to force the heat from your home into the already hot outside air. A geothermal heat pump uses less energy and easily rejects the same heat into the cool earth. It’s clean, efficient and beautiful.