Geothermal Heating and CoolingWhen it comes to your HVAC options, many people don’t have geothermal heating and cooling on their radar. They’ve either not heard about it, or they think it’s more of a fairy tale (only the elite or the “super earth-friendly” people are doing it) rather than a reality. However, with Allied Services, Inc. of Dayton, OH, you too could benefit from converting your home to geothermal heating and cooling.

1. Cut down on pollutants.

A geothermal system is more environmentally friendly because it cuts down on the greenhouse gas emissions produced by many conventional systems out there. Plus, it uses the earth around you as a renewable energy source, so you aren’t using up a source that could one day run out or be subject to supply and demand.

2. Save money.

We could all benefit from a little more room in the budget, right? When Ohio homeowners hear that they can potentially save $600 or $1,200 a year on their utility bills, they want to hear more. One of the primary reasons many people switch over to a geothermal heating and cooling system is increased energy savings. This type of system saves you money because it uses a renewable energy source—the earth below your home. Want to find out more about geothermal heating and cooling from Allied Services? We are a local company with a proven record you can trust. We’ve been in business since the 1950s, and our reputation precedes us. Contact us anytime at (937) 269-5059. We’ll be glad to tell your more about how a geothermal system works, walk you through your options, and give you an estimate. If you decide that a geothermal system isn’t right for your home, you can also choose from other heating and cooling options such as central air, furnace, heat pump, individual room units, and more.