As you look at your over 55 plans, does an investment in Geothermal Heating and Cooling Make sense?
The U.S. Department of Energy, investing in a geothermal heat pump can mean a 25% to 50% decrease in energy consumed compared to traditional systems that use air. A great way for you to control your monthly budget for years to come.
Is geothermal energy worth the investment?
A geothermal system can be as much as 300% to 600% more efficient, making this a great investment long term.
Since it’s a highly efficient system, one of the greatest benefits of a geothermal system is the savings that homeowners can enjoy on their electric bills. By using the renewable energy found in your own backyard, you can save up to 70% on heating, cooling and hot water.
Tax Credits & Incentives for Geothermal Investment.
A 26% federal tax credit for residential ground source heat pump installations has been extended through December 31, 2022. The incentive will be lowered to 22% for systems that are installed in 2023, so act quickly to save the most on your installation.
There are many local incentives for installing a Geothermal unit. Specifically, there are rebates in the KC area for up to $1000 off your geothermal unit!
Not to mention, some places, such as Platte Clay Electric will offer you a discount on your KwH pricing, which permanently saves you money on your electricity. You can also search this database for your local incentives.
Geothermal: The Smart Choice
Even without incentives, installing a geo system just makes sense. It’s the only type of system that will pay you back. Most homeowners save more on monthly bills than they pay for the system when installation costs are financed. Any added investment over traditional equipment is usually recovered in just a few years, and many homeowners see a return on investment of 10-20% over the life of the system.
Use our Savings Calculator to see your potential savings.
See just how much you can save on your energy bills by replacing your existing heating and cooling system with a WaterFurnace geothermal system
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