Geothermal HVAC will out-perform any fossil fuel system and save you an outstanding amount in energy costs. When you call State Automatic for geothermal design and installation, you can expect to lower your utility bill between 40% & 80%. Not only is geothermal the most economical means of heating and cooling available, these systems are clean, safe, hassle-free and non-polluting. There are no condensers, burners or chimneys to clean, making a geothermal system almost maintenance free. Although the benefits of geothermal heating and cooling have only recently been appreciated, the technology has been available for over fifty years.
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CARRIER FACTORY AUTHORIZED
As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, State Automatic has access to the most advanced and proven equipment available in today’s market, and by pairing it with our commitment to quality, we assure you lasting comfort for your home. In order to be recognized as a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, the technicians from State Automatic have exceeded Carrier’s rigid standards for product understanding, technological know-how and ethical practices. As NATE-certified professionals, our team has verified HVAC specific knowledge through industry recognized tests.
Geothermal heating and cooling draws from a renewable energy source readily available in your own backyard. The earth absorbs nearly half of all solar energy and holds constant at temperatures between fifty and seventy degrees Fahrenheit. Geothermal heating and cooling utilizes this constant temperature to exchange energy between your home and the earth through an underground loop system, therefore not subject to the extreme weather conditions experienced above ground. For every unit of energy utilized in operation of the system, three to four units of energy are generated. More importantly, through 2016, the Residential Renewable Energy tax credit, offered by our federal government, allows homeowners to a tax credit of 30% of the cost to install this system as an incentive to be more ‘green’.