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How Can Heat Pumps in Cleveland Save You Money?

Ohio winters can be brutally cold, which is why it’s advisable to consider installing heat pumps in your Cleveland home. Think about it: how high are your energy bills in the winter—even with a properly winterized, fully insulated home?

Now, how would you like to reduce those energy bills by between 30% and 60%?

Heat Pumps Are Highly Effective

According to the Department of Energy, modern heat pumps have an output of more than 300% of the energy they use. Especially geothermal heat pumps—which source heat from the ground and convey it up into your home—can significantly lower your energy bills. What’s more: they’re also super environmentally friendly, since they don’t rely on any fossil fuel or produce any damaging emissions.

How Do I Know If a Heat Pump Is Right for My Home?

In order to install a geothermal heat pump, you’ll need enough space around your home to dig trenches and install the system. This also means that the ground needs to be permeable enough to install the pipes at a deep enough level to establish a temperature change. Basically, if you have sufficient property around your home to install the system, you can benefit for years from a geothermal heat pump. Not only does it heat your home during the colder months, but it also cools it during the winter months.

Geothermal heat pumps also require relatively little upkeep, since they’re underground and therefore protected from the elements. However, in the event repairs or replacements are necessary, costs can be relatively high. In short: a geothermal heat pump is a one-time significant investment that results in years of lower energy bills and few, albeit relatively expensive repairs.

Talk to Arco Comfort Air to Find Out What Your Options Are

If you’re interested in lowering your energy bills, as well as your carbon footprint, call Arco Comfort Air and make an appointment to discuss whether a heat pump is right for your home. Our experts can advise you on your options, and of course, provide you with a free estimate. So don’t wait any longer: take action to lower your energy bills today!

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