We are not called Comfort By Nature for nothing! We are the experts to turn to in the Greeley area for geothermal heating and cooling. The sunrise is moving northward; the days are shorter and shorter. We all know that soon – too soon – snow will be blanketing our High Plains homes. Geothermal heating has long been used in this area. Pioneers used it when they built dugouts, which are homes partly in the ground. We don’t need to go to that extreme. We can have a traditional ranch home and still take advantage of the environmentally friendly energy the earth has to offer.
- Some people still wonder if geothermal can keep a home warm in the winter. Geothermal heating is more than up to the job!
- Unlike an air-to-air heat pump, a geothermal heating continues to work even in the most extreme, bitter cold.
How It Works
- Geothermal heating and cooling are both based on heat transference.
- In the summer the heat is taken from the hot, above ground air and is dispersed under ground.
- In the winter the heat from underground is transferred into the house. The air is then distributed through the house through a traditional ductwork system.
Advantages of Geothermal
- Geothermal is financially advantageous. You can save up to 70% on your utility bills.
- Worried about your carbon footprint? Geothermal systems give off zero carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and zero other greenhouse gases such as methane.
If you are interested in switching to geothermal, call 970.353.3685 and we’ll come out and discuss the possibilities with you.