Work with nature to keep your home comfortable all year round with a geothermal HVAC system. At Binder Heating, we partner with you through the entire process from project design to installation to provide ground-fed, climate control for your home.

How Geothermal Works

A geothermal HVAC system facilitates the transfer of heat between the earth and your home. This system works both as a heating and cooling solution because underground temperatures remain relatively stable year round.

Through the use of underground piping, geothermal systems bring warmer temperatures from the earth into your home during the winter months and then disperse hot air out of your home back into the earth during the summer.

Benefits of a Home Geothermal System

  • Reduced use of fossil fuels
  • Lower energy bills
  • Low maintenance
  • Long-lasting system
  • Heating and cooling that works with nature
  • Tax credits may be available

Design and Installation

There are a variety of ways to install and configure geothermal systems depending on your existing home, your lot, or your architectural plans for a new build. A typical geothermal HVAC system includes three basic components:

  • Water-filled pipes buried under the ground to facilitate heat transfer
  • Pump or handling unit to cycle the water and heat/cool the air
  • Typical home ductwork for air delivery

At Binder, our team of experienced HVAC professionals can facilitate the entire process from project design to installation, customizing the system to fit your unique space and desired plans.

Binder installed our geothermal system and the coming winter will be our 3rd heating season. We keep the house at 68 degrees year round now and have cut our energy costs by over $1700.00 per year and are more comfortable. Their install team did an amazing job installing the unit in a very tight spot and left no mess. I would recommend them to anyone considering such a project.

–Mike K.

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