ClimateMaster Tranquility Geothermal Split System HVAC Models
Many Texas homes, both existing and new, are designed with air duct systems to accommodate a furnace and split system air conditioning or heat pump to provide heating and cooling. When a new system is needed, either for original installation or replacement, most homeowners opt for a gas furnace and outdoor electrically operated air conditioner compressor and condenser unit. While these products provide good comfort, they are costly to operate. As natural gas, propane and electricity costs continue to rise, so do energy bills. Until recently, there were few options. Today, though, more and more homeowners in the San Antonio, Fort Worth, Dallas and Houston areas are choosing new, more efficient, money-saving ground source heat pump systems instead.
By taking advantage of the thermal energy stored underground, geothermal heat pumps use far less energy than the traditional HVAC systems. A refrigeration-cycle compressor and water circulating in buried ground loop plumbing can provide both heat and cooling at a fraction of the cost of using gas and electricity alone. ClimateMaster offers a line of split system models that can be mounted indoors or outdoors that use the stored underground thermal energy to cut energy bills as much as 80%. While these revolutionary systems cost somewhat more initially, they save big money for homeowners over their lifetimes. They can be installed from scratch in new homes to handle all heating and air conditioning with an air handler instead of a furnace. They can also work with an existing furnace system to create a retrofitted hybrid HVAC system.
Tranquility Digital Indoor Split System Heat Pump (TES) Models
Ideal for new home installation or to eliminate the need for an outdoor central AC unit, these compact systems work with an air handler or an existing furnace to supply heat and cooling. Containing an efficient compressor and utilizing circulating water to capture thermal energy from a buried underground loop, they can handle the heating and air conditioning requirements of Texas homes of any size. When used with an existing furnace, a cased coil is placed between the furnace and the air duct system. For new installations, an air handler unit takes the place of the furnace to distribute warm and cool air through the air ducts. Your HVAC contractor can help you determine your requirements.
Tranquility Digital Outdoor Split System Heat Pump (TEP) Models
For existing homes that already have an outdoor AC or heat pump unit installed or for new homes where space is limited, ClimateMaster offers outdoor geothermal split system models. As with the indoor models, these work with your existing furnace or a specially designed air handler to supply warm and cool air through your ductwork. By utilizing thermal energy stored underground and transferred via ground loop plumbing, it offers the same extraordinary utilities bill savings. Whether you choose the indoor or outdoor model, you get the same quiet, high-efficiency technology. Your home’s design will dictate which model is appropriate for your home.
Both Geothermal Split System Models Offer Advanced Features
- High-Efficiency Operation – Up to 25.6 EER and 4.3 COP
- Energy Star Qualified – Get maximum tax credits and rebates
- Two-Stage Compressor – Increased efficiency and flexible operation
- Digital Communicating Controls – Unmatched comfort control
- TAC Cased Coil Unit – Hybrid operation with existing furnace
- TAH Matched Air Handler – Multi-positional for flexible installation
- 10-Year Parts Warranty – Industry-leading protection
- 5-Year Labor Allowance Warranty – 10-year optional protection
Geothermal Heat Pump Installation in San Antonio, Dallas and Houston, TX
ClimateMaster offers ground-source split systems that enable any homeowner to take advantage of this exciting new technology. There are many HVAC companies that specialize in installing and servicing this new equipment in all regions of Texas, from Leon Valley, Amphion and McQueeney to Lytle, San Marcos and McCoy in the San Antonio area, from Tomball, Yarboro and Stafford to Galveston, Willis and Bellaire in the Houston area, and from Garland, Forney and Hurst to Cleburne, Peaster and Benbrook in the Dallas Fort Worth area.
Working with your local Texas AC supplier, you can find an energy-bill saving system that is an ideal match for your requirements and budget. When you compare the potential savings on energy bills every month in a free consultation, you’ll learn how quickly you can repay the additional cost of the equipment and installation and begin enjoying the benefits of geothermal heat pumps for many years to come. For new homes and existing homes alike, ask your contractor to compare this new technology with traditional residential furnaces and air conditioners in a free consultation. Get the information you need to make the best decision for your unique situation.