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Geothermal HVAC Systems for New and Existing Texas Homes

  • Why should builders and owners of new homes consider geothermal systems?
  • Are ground source heat pumps practical for existing home retrofits?
  • What are the long-term financial benefits of geothermal heating and cooling?

Geothermal HVAC Systems Houston Dallas San Antonio TX As the energy savings and environmental benefits of ground source geothermal heating and air conditioning are better understood each year by Texas homeowners, many questions still exist. As with most home mechanical systems, costs vs. financial benefits are often the deciding factors. Especially for existing homes, the cost of installation and replacement of existing HVAC systems also must be considered. It can be a complex decision for homeowners with properties in the Houston area, as well as for homes in and around Dallas, Ft. Worth and San Antonio.

The trusted and experienced AC and heating contractors in our directory are always happy to discuss these systems and provide facts to help their customers make informed decisions. Our guide below can also be of help, by informing people about the basic facts that need to be considered.

Rely on Cost and Savings Calculations from a Texas Geothermal Contractor

It’s easy to find experienced HVAC contractors who have installed many of these money-saving, eco-friendly systems in both new and existing homes throughout Texas, from Baytown, Sheldon and Sugar Land to Monaville, Kemah and Atascocita in the greater Houston area, from Quinlan, Seagoville and Rhome to Alvarado, Brazos and McKinney in the Dallas Fort Worth area, and from Christine, LaVernia and Sabinal to Somerset, Helotes and Gruene in the San Antonio area. They’ll be happy to consult with you to evaluate your property and home design. They can give you accurate price quotes for a complete installation that is ideal for your new home design or existing home, with a wide range of models manufactured by WaterFurnace, Carrier, GeoComfort, ClimateMaster and Trane. They’ll also provide calculations to help you estimate payoff times and overall savings over time. Once you have those numbers in hand, you can make the best possible decision for your home and budget.