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Geothermal Heating and Cooling in Overland Park, KS by MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling
Your heating and cooling system occupies a large portion of your monthly utility bills. A lot of energy is used to heat or cool an entire home, so it’s no wonder your bills spike during an especially cold or hot month. While this rise in costs is usually expected, it’s certainly not ideal. Besides, in most cases, this means that valuable environmental resources are used up for your home comfort. Environmentally and economically conscious consumers have taken charge of their heating and cooling units, and many turn alternative energy sources to lower costs and reduce their environmental footprints.
At MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling, we offer geothermal heating and cooling systems to our customers seeking energy efficiency. A new geothermal unit may last longer than a traditional heater or AC, and, over time, it can save you a lot of money sue to reduced bills and possible government incentives. Geothermal systems can only run properly if you choose professionals for installation, maintenance, and repairs, so trust in the experience of our team for any services you may need in Overland Park, KS.
MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling provides comprehensive geothermal heating and cooling services in Overland Park, KS and the surrounding areas. Contact us today to schedule a service appointment.
How Geothermal Systems Work
Several feet underneath the ground, the earth remains at a relatively stable temperature no matter what time of year it is. Geothermal systems use a closed loop system filled with water or a refrigerant blend to transfer heat into and out of your home. In the winter, heat is absorbed from the earth and brought into your home. In the summer, refrigerant absorbs heat from your home and then disperses this heat into the ground. Many components are necessary so that refrigerant can evaporate and condense in order for this process to occur, but there are still fewer moving parts than in a traditional air conditioner. This means that it uses up a lot less energy to condition your home, resulting in lowered bills.
Geothermal Installation, Repair, and Maintenance from MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling
Professional geothermal installation is key to quality performance. First, a technician must assess your home and your property to ensure that installation is possible. Then, they’ll make careful calculations to determine what size your system must be and how to install the closed loop system. Of course, most of the tools and equipment that professionals use are difficult and costly for the average consumer to find, another reason that professionals are necessary for every step of the process.
You should also turn to specialists any time you notice trouble with the unit. A geothermal system may not need as many repairs as a traditional air conditioner or heater, but it’s inevitable that a problem will occur at some point. Keep in mind that many residential air conditioning repair technicians are unfamiliar with geothermal units, so be sure to hire a contractor who is trained specifically with geothermal.
MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling has NATE–certified professionals on staff who have the proper tools and expertise to make sure that every component of your geothermal unit is in top shape. Our technicians are trained in quality service as well as top notch customer service, aiming to make your entire experience as hassle–free as possible. Call us today for geothermal heating and cooling services in Overland Park, KS.