Maitz Home Services in Allentown, PA provides geothermal heating for your home, pool area, and spas. Geothermal heating systems are also used to thaw out ice and snow on your patio and driveway. Take advantage of the many ways geothermal technology can benefit your home:
- Geothermal heats AND cools the home
- Save up to 50% on utility bills
- Geothermal can be installed on any sized lot
- Geothermal practically offers free hot water
- Eliminates the A/C compressor outside
- Run very quietly
- Good for our planet
So, what are you waiting for? Call us today to start saving energy and money with a geothermal system installation from Maitz Home Services.
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What is Geothermal Heating?
A geothermal heating system uses the heat found deep underground to warm your house. This type of heating technology can lower energy costs by half when compared to traditional heating systems. Maitz Home Services in Allentown, PA offers geothermal heating service, including geothermal system installations by licensed technicians who have received training in green energy solutions.
The components of a geothermal heating system can last as much as fifty years. They offer efficient heating year round in any climate. Instead of burning a fuel source, they transfer existing heat from one section to another. Geothermal heat requires less energy to warm your house because the temperatures underground are always at an even temperature. Geothermal heating is the perfect heating choice among conservationists who are also keen on keeping energy costs down.
Years Of Reliable Service
A geothermal system installed by the professionals at Maitz Home Services will last nearly twice as long as the typical life expediency of a standard furnace and A/C system. In fact, the loop lines buried near your home are guaranteed to last 50 years.
Our preferred geothermal systems are Bosch and ClimateMaster. By offering two top quality products we’re able to custom design a system that is perfect for your home. Your Maitz Home Services representative can show you the advantages and benefits of each system.
Clean and Green
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says that geothermal comfort systems are the most environmentally safe, cost effective heating and cooling systems available. There’s no flame, no flue, no odor and no carbon monoxide. Geothermal uses renewable energy helping you to reduce your carbon footprint for future generations.
FACT: Installing a Maitz Home Services geothermal system is the environmental equivalent to planting 750 trees. Why? Our geothermal systems don’t burn ANY fossil fuels and they don’t release carbon dioxide into the air that can affect global warming. Cleaner air. No acid rain.
How Does A Geothermal System Work?
The earth absorbs nearly 50% of all solar energy resulting in a constant temperature of 50°F to 55°F degrees.
A Maitz Home Services geothermal comfort system exchanges energy with the earth to heat and cool your home. Fluids are circulated through a series of sealed pipes buried near your home. In the winter, the circulating fluids absorb the heat of the earth. That heat is delivered to a unit inside your home where it is compressed to a higher temperature and sent as warm air throughout your home.
In the summer, the system reverses and removes heat from your home to deliver it to the cooler earth below. It’s just that simple!
Maitz Home Services can install a geothermal system in new construction or an existing home on a rural acreage or on the smallest city lot.
Your Geothermal Heating Experts
At Maitz Home Services, our geothermal heating services are done by licensed green energy experts who are trained in the latest green heating solutions. We follow all local and state code, and our geothermal services are always guaranteed to last. Call us today for high-quality geothermal system repairs and installations by our green energy specialists.
The geothermal systems we install do not burn fossil fuels, nor do they release carbon dioxide into the air. They offer no odor, no carbon monoxide, no flame, and no flue and uses renewable energy to reduce your carbon footprint.
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Are There Any Drawbacks of Geothermal Heating Systems?
The initial cost of a geothermal installation is more expensive than that of conventional heating systems, depending on how much excavation is needed, your soil's condition and the size of your lot.
Additionally, newer systems may require adjustments to your present ductwork. Before you purchase a geothermal heating system, be sure to consider if geothermal heating is financially suitable, considering that it may take a few years to recoup the installation costs.