Geothermal HVAC in Southern Illinois

Looking to upgrade your home’s HVAC system? You might want to consider a geothermal heating and cooling unit. As one of the most energy-efficient heating and cooling systems on the market – roughly 400% more efficient than a standard A/C – geothermal air conditioners and heaters result in massive energy savings for homeowners.

So how does it work?

These systems work by utilizing heat transfer. In a geothermal installation, a series of coils are buried underneath your lawn. In the ground, the temperature stays a constant 55 degrees. A water-refrigerate solution is pumped through the coils of the geothermal heating and cooling systems. In the summer, the heat from your home is pumped through the coils, and the heat transfers to the ground and the cooled solution is what cools your home. In the winter, it’s the exact opposite.

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Consider A Geothermal HVAC System

Geothermal installations tend to cost more on average than traditional systems. The reduced costs of maintenance and energy efficient heating and cooling can offset the costs and even pay for itself during its lifecycle. The typical life of a geothermal system is 25-30 years.

100% Renewable Energy

Geothermal energy systems are wholly sustainable and utilize 100% renewable energy

Heartland Heating & Air Conditioning in Murphysboro, IL has experience installing geothermal systems of every size and type. We have placed systems in smaller single-family homes, as well as small businesses, community schools, and large corporations. Unlike more traditional systems, geothermal requires special considerations due to the loops that must be installed. For this reason, it is best to work closely with a Comfort Pro when deciding whether this type of heating and cooling option is best for you.

Schedule A Free Geothermal Cost Estimate Today!

Installing a geothermal HVAC system requires both assessing the home and surveying the land around the home.  Heartland provides 100% free estimates on all new geothermal systems.  Our team works with you to answer any questions you may have as well as any rebates you qualify for. To schedule your free geothermal estimate, call our office today at (618) 684-4328 or fill out a form online by clicking the "Request Bid" button below.