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heating and cooling systems

With an increase in high-tech solutions and more tax credits for homeowners, geothermal in Des Moines is becoming increasingly popular. The temperature underneath your building ranges between 40-50 degrees Fahrenheit — stable enough to draw heat or cooling year-round. So, a heat pump functions extremely efficiently when it runs between your building and underground. The initial cost of a geothermal system can be high but will last for more than 50 years and the operating costs are incredibly affordable.

Don’t trust an amateur to install or replace your Geothermal system. Refrigerant piping must be set up properly, with specific measurements of distances that the refrigerant has to travel and a correct size calculation for how much heating or cooling will be needed. We can also provide maintenance in a simple yearly inspection.

Family eating dinner in Des Moines house using geothermal heating and cooling