The idea of replacing the heating and cooling system in a building is appealing to – no one. It’s one of those necessities that’s taken for granted until the day it no longer works the way it needs it to. That’s why when customers finally make the decision to commit to something new, it lasts as long as possible. With a geothermal system, the advantage is that the equipment will not only last a long time, but also be protected from the elements, as well as possible vandalism and severe weather.
How do geothermal heating and cooling systems offer this kind of protection from damage? The system is housed mainly underground or inside, so nothing is left outside, exposed to the elements. In addition, when there is nothing outdoors, vandalism is also reduced or eliminated. It enables the system to continue to work all that much longer, as it doesn’t have to contend with the kinds of things that conventional HVAC systems need to. Making the decision to go with geothermal means building owners may never have to contend with the system again. It’s easier, more cost-effective, more environmentally-friendly, quieter, and offers protection from many forms of damage. Seems like a no-brainer, right?

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