Geothermal Heat Pumps
For the Florida homeowner who wants to reduce their carbon footprint and spend less on utilities, geothermal systems are a terrific choice.
A geothermal heat pump takes advantage of the relatively constant temperature a few feet below the earth’s surface. Unlike a conventional gas furnace that burns fuel to generate heat, geothermal systems use a heat exchanger to move heat from one space to another.
During the summer months, your geothermal heat pump extracts heat from your St. Johns, FL, area home—similar to an air conditioner—and transfers it to the ground for cooling. In the winter, the geothermal heat pump takes natural heat from the ground and transfers it to your home for heating.
Want to learn more about geothermal? Our team at Griffin Service specializes in providing practical and sustainable heating and cooling solutions to homes and businesses in St. Johns, FL, and the surrounding areas. We’re a trusted name for keeping families safe and comfortable.
The Advantage of Geothermal
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognizes geothermal heat pumps as the most energy-efficient and environmentally friendly system you can use to heat and cool your home.
A geothermal system costs more up-front than a conventional furnace and air conditioner, but you can recoup the additional costs through energy savings within five to seven years. Additionally, federal tax credits are available to offset over 25 percent of the installation fees.
Installing a geothermal heat pump is a particularly great option if you are building a new home or planning to upgrade your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. Our friendly professionals at Griffin Service will work with you to determine if geothermal is the right choice for your home.
Other advantages of geothermal include:
- They balance indoor humidity levels.
- They operate whisper-quiet—no noisy fans.
- They last longer than conventional HVAC equipment.
- There is no exposed outdoor equipment.
- They do not expel odors, flames, or dangerous carbon monoxide (CO) fumes.
A geothermal system will increase your home value—call us today for a free consultation!
Geothermal Heat Pump Installation and Replacement
Geothermal systems circulate a treated environmentally friendly liquid through a closed underground loop made of durable plastic to transfer heat. Our team will assess your property to determine the best piping system.
On a small lot, we will create a vertical looping system. If you live on a large lot, we can spread out the piping to create a horizontal loop at a shallower depth.
Do you live near a pond? We can install the looping at the bottom of a pond or lake to create a water-source heat pump.
Once installed underground or in the water, the looping system will last over 50 years. A well-maintained geothermal heat pump can operate efficiently for 20 to 30 years.
Not sure if a geothermal system fits in your budget? At Griffin Service, we offer flexible financing options to make it convenient for you to create your dream home.
Geothermal Heat Pump Repairs
These systems are incredibly durable and require little maintenance. If you ever detect a problem, call us right away. We can uncover any issues with the underground looping system by using an earth-safe dye to pinpoint leaks. The dye will rise to the top of the soil, so we only have to dig in one spot.
Our licensed technicians receive continuous hands-on training to stay up to date on all the latest technology in the HVAC industry. You can bet the company you hire to install and repair your HVAC equipment is just as important as the products you choose.
At Griffin Service, we provide accurate up-front pricing and will walk you through the job before we begin any work. We want to earn your business and become your go-to HVAC company.
We all know equipment tends to break at the worst times. That’s why we offer 24/7 emergency repair services, to be there right when you need us.
Geothermal Heat Pump Maintenance
Scheduling annual tune-ups allow our team to check the fluid levels, the condition of your heat pump, and other parts. A tune-up also allows our certified professionals to address minor issues before they turn into costly repairs.
Preventative maintenance plays a vital role in all your HVAC equipment. That’s why we encourage our customers to sign up for our Club Griffin Membership to save money on service calls, parts, and repairs. Plus, you’ll enjoy priority service and receive friendly reminders when it is time to schedule a tune-up.
Protect your investment and keep your equipment running at optimum efficiency to enjoy the most value. Call us today!
Call Your Geothermal Experts Today
The entire HVAC industry is going green! Install a geothermal system in your St. Johns, FL, area home and start saving money. Call Griffin Service today for a free consultation at 904-299-5050 or request service online.