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What is the Difference Between Horizontal and Vertical Geothermal Ground Loops?

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Homeowners and commercial facility owners who have decided to make the switch to geothermal heating and cooling can expect significant benefits in system efficiency, indoor comfort and cost savings. Before these benefits can be realized, however, several decisions must be made about the installation of the geothermal equipment. One of the most important of these decisions is whether to use […]


12 Energy Efficiency Myths, And What You Should Be Doing Instead

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Local residents often ask our technicians about the best ways to save energy around their homes. During these conversations, we've discovered some misconceptions out there that may be costing you money. Today, we'd like to bust some of the energy efficiency myths we’ve heard around the Lufkin and Nacogdoches areas. This list can help put you on the right track to future energy […]


Understanding Geothermal Installations: Closed vs. Open Loops

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A geothermal installation for your home presents two options: closed loop and open loop. Mostly, it depends on the natural characteristics of your property, including the amount of open space and the access to ground water. Utilizing the steady, latent heat of the earth a few feet below the surface or present in underground well water, geothermal transfers this energy […]


Air-Source Heat Pumps vs. Geothermal Systems: What You Should Know

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If you've been searching for an alternative way to heat and cool your home, you've probably heard about heat pumps. These systems provide a cost/efficiency combination that furnaces and air conditioners cannot match. The two main types of heat pumps are air-source heat pumps and ground-source geothermal systems. Both are appropriate for almost any size home in a Texas climate, […]


What is a Geo Thermal Heat Pump?

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Twenty feet beneath the surface of the earth, temperatures consistently remain between 50 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Geothermal heat pumps tap into that reliable heat source for HVAC cooling, heating and water heating systems for homes and businesses. Rather than generating heat from fuel like a conventional furnace, the pumps move heat from one space to another, much like your […]


How Long Does a Furnace Last?

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If you are thinking about installing a new furnace, you are naturally concerned with how long the unit will last. With an investment this big, the last thing you want is to have to replace it too soon. According to a study conducted by Consumer Reports, most units have a lifespan between 13 and 20 years, with 15 years being […]