March 19, 2021
Energy Efficiency

Heating your Idaho Falls home is one of the largest expenses in your budget, so finding ways to reduce the cost keeps more money in your pocket. One option that is growing in popularity is geothermal heating that is available at Conan Heating & Air Conditioning.

How Does Geothermal Heating Work?

Electric, natural gas, and other heating systems rely on some type of fuel source to warm air that keeps your Idaho Falls home comfortable during the winter. Geothermal heating eliminates the need for a fuel source by relying on heat that is stored in the ground around your home. Instead, the system extracts heat from the soil through a series of tubes that are buried on your property.

Installing a Geothermal Heating System

The primary concerns that Idaho Falls homeowners have when they are considering a geothermal heating system is that the installation involves digging up their foundations. Geothermal units are not installed under your home. Instead, the tubes are buried in your yard.

Energy Savings with Geothermal Heating

So is a geothermal heating system worth the upfront investment? Absolutely! You can save up to 70% in utility costs, and this means that you see a return on your investment within months of installing the new system. This is why geothermal heating systems are considered the most energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly option.

Is a Geothermal Heating System Right for Everyone?

The primary consideration for a geothermal heating system on your property is the layout and size of your yard. We can schedule a time for one of our expert technicians to come by for an evaluation. If geothermal heating is not the best option for your home, we can recommend other systems that will reduce your energy consumption and fit your budget.

Learn More About Geothermal Heating

For more than 70 years, Conan Heating & Air Conditioning has given Idaho Falls homeowners peace of mind by providing reliable, professional heating and cooling services, including installation, repairs, and routine maintenance. To learn more about our geothermal systems, call us today!

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