Most of us are glad to find ways we can save money while minimizing our carbon footprint and helping protect our shared natural resources. Geothermal heating and cooling is a low-maintenance way to accomplish all these goals simultaneously. At J.C. Warner, we’re proud to install and maintain geothermal systems for property owners in central and eastern Maryland, while educating our clients on how these systems work.

Why Choose a Geothermal System?

There are a variety of benefits associated with geothermal heating and cooling. For anyone who’s concerned about environmentalism, the most noteworthy thing to know is that these systems are quiet, efficient and reliable, all without using fossil fuels or releasing dangerous chemicals into the air we breathe or the water we drink. They can also provide significant cost savings in one single, self-contained unit.

How Does It Work?

If you’re unfamiliar with the idea of geothermal energy, the explanation is relatively straightforward. Geothermal heating and cooling relies on the Earth’s energy to keep your home or business at an optimal year-round temperature. No matter how sweltering or frigid it is outside, the temperature a few feet below ground remains at a consistent 55 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. In other words, geothermal energy provides a limitless fuel supply for heating and air conditioning.

In winter weather, your geothermal heat pump will draw the planet’s heat from an underground reservoir, concentrate it and circulate it to your home. Meanwhile, when the mercury rises in the summer, a geothermal system collects unwanted warm air and moves it into the ground.

Top-Quality Geothermal Heating and Cooling

Installing a geothermal system on your Maryland property can slash your energy bills, while keeping you comfortable and respecting Mother Earth. Take your first step into geothermal heating and cooling by contacting us at J.C. Warner. Our knowledgeable techs can help you select the best system for your home or business, while explaining what the installation process entails. We can also keep your geothermal unit in peak condition by providing preventive maintenance that cuts down on the need for frequent repairs.

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