Geothermal | Geothermal Systems, St. Louis Geothermal
Geothermal heat pumps (GHPs), which are also referred to as ground-source or water-source heat pumps, are an efficient way to heat and cool your home.
They use the constant temperature of the earth below the frost line as the exchange medium instead of the air temperature outside. Geothermal heat pumps not only provide you with hot and cold air, but can also provide free hot water.
There are four basic types of geothermal heat pump systems. There are three types of closed-loop systems – horizontal, vertical and pond/lake. The fourth type of geothermal system is the open-loop system. At Scott-Lee Heating, we will help you determine which system is best suited for your needs.
Geothermal systems are available for commercial buildings, new construction and existing homes. Geothermal technology is a great investment that will help save you money on your utilities each year. Another benefit is that this technology is very quiet, so you will not experience a loud air conditioner. Because these systems are so efficient and environmentally friendly, you can receive a tax credit for the installation of a geothermal system.
At Scott-Lee Heating we offer GeoComfort products for installing geothermal systems. They are the only geothermal brand that offers a complete R410A product line. This means that the refrigerant is environmentally friendly and will not deplete the ozone. GeoComfort has a wide variety of products that will meet your needs and meet the stringent Energy Star rating requirements.
St. Louis Geothermal Installation
Scott-Lee Heating Company is dedicated to giving you quality customer service and reliable heating and cooling products throughout the St. Louis Metro Area. Please contact us today for a consultation at (314) 756-9444.
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Just wanted to let you know how much Gayle and I are enjoying our Geocomfort system.Even when the temperature is down to 5 degrees, the heat pump still runs in stage one, and has not once kicked into the second stage.We keep our house between 67 and 68 degrees, which is the temperature we have always used in the past with conventional heat. Very comfortable.Thanks to your team at Scott-Lee for designing and installing the system for us. Another contractor wanted to put in a much larger system, but your design is working great.I really appreciate the professionalism of your workers and the helpfulness of your staff.