Geothermal Energy Solutions, Inc – one of the oldest design-build contractors in Illinois with extensive experience in Geothermal and Conventional HVAC and Energy Recovery.
Geothermal HVAC systems efficiently transfer thermal energy from the ground up, significantly lowering the operational expenses of heating and air-conditioning by up to 70% relative to traditional (natural gas and electric) HVAC systems.
Geothermal technology is cost effective alternative to conventional HVAC for new construction and retrofit.
The cost of a geothermal system should be understood as a combination of installation and operational expenses. The benefits derived from lower operational expenses when using a geothermal system far outweigh a traditional HVAC system’s only advantage: initial lower cost. When coupled with current tax incentives and various rebates available today for renewable energy, the payback period for the incremental cost of a geothermal system versus the cost of conventional system can be as low as 3 years. After this period, the system serves as a source of significant operational savings for the life of system operation, paying out dividends every month.
Geothermal Energy Solutions is approved ComEd Energy Efficiency Trade Ally, have the Illinois Commerce Energy Efficiency Installer Certification and the GAOI design and installer accreditation.
As an authorized dealer we provide our customers the benefit of a direct equipment pricing.
EPA found that geothermal heating and cooling (geothermal heat pumps) systems can reduce energy consumption — and corresponding emissions—by more than 40% compared to air source heat pumps and by over 70% compared to electric resistance heating with standard air-conditioning equipment.
Geothermal systems use the Earth’s energy storage capability to heat and cool buildings, and to provide hot water. The Earth is a huge energy storage device that absorbs 47% of the Sun’s energy – more than 500 times more energy than mankind needs every year – in the form of clean, renewable energy. Geothermal systems take this heat during the heating season at an efficiency approaching or exceeding 400%, and return it during the cooling season.