Geothermal Heating and Cooling in Eastern PA & NJ

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Geothermal systems use the Earth’s natural resources to heat the inside air in the winter, and conversely, cool the air in the summer

Looking for a less traditional heating and cooling system? Our highly trained Cooper Mechanical contractors are thoroughly experienced in installing and servicing geothermal and radiant systems. You can utilize geothermal heating and cooling in your home in Bucks County and the surrounding areas to take advantage of the Earth’s natural resources.

Did you know that the temperature below ground (regardless of where you live) stays fairly consistent all year?

As the sun’s energy hits the Earth’s surface, the ground will absorb 47% of that energy and hold a more consistent temperature. Whether you live in Bucks County, Minnesota or Texas, the temperature just below the frost line stays relatively consistent. Geothermal heating and cooling systems tap into this free energy to provide heat in the winter and air conditioning in the summer. This type of system differs from a conventional heat pump, furnace or boiler because of its ability to transfer heat versus standard methods of producing heat.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has called geothermal the most energy-efficient, environmentally clean and cost-effective space conditioning system available today. You will experience tremendous savings in the long-term when you install geothermal heating and cooling systems for your home in the New Hope, Newtown, Doylestown, and Riegelsville, PA areas.

Although the initial price of geothermal heat pump systems installed by our experienced company contractors tends to be more expensive than conventional heat pumps, the cost differential is recouped over time through dramatically lower energy bills.

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When our contractors install geothermal systems, you could save anywhere from 30% to 70% annually in utility bill savings. In addition, the lifespan of these systems is generally much longer than conventional heating and cooling systems installed in the Ottsville, New Hope or Riegelsville, PA areas.

Ideal for new homes and new constructions, all property owners will experience the benefits associated with their geothermal heating and cooling. With regular maintenance, a traditional system will last up to 10 years before you’ll require heater repair in Bucks County from our contractors. If you upgrade to geothermal for your property in Ottsville, Doylestown, or Newtown, you’ll maintain a comfortable indoor climate for over 15 years.

You’ll maintain a clean and safe environment by transferring the heat from the ground as opposed to creating it. Enjoy the quiet operation of the system, and avoid the wear and tear from weathering no matter where you live since none of the outside components are housed outside. Make a smart investment. We’ll work with you to help find the perfect geothermal system or AC units around Bucks County for your home. Contact us to schedule an appointment with one of our expert technicians.