Brower Mechanical serves Sacramento region, including Antelope, Elk Grove, Galt, Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Roseville, Citrus Heights, Rocklin, Auburn, Davis, Yuba City and Granite Bay with a full range HVAC and energy efficiency services. Our expert team is skilled indoor promoting your indoor air quality for a healthy home.
There are numerous advantages to using geothermal energy:
- Save dramatically on utility bills for many years
- Reduced reliance on fossil fuels and protect the environment
- Tap a free and limitless source of energy on your property
- Provides both a heating and cooling solution
- Tidy appearance with no outside components
- Incentives lower the cost of ownership
- Quiet and safe operation
How Geothermal Systems Work
Geothermal systems function well in our Sacramentoarea climate, providing energy savings during both the heating and cooling seasons. Innovative geothermal systems provide both a heating and cooling solution, saving money throughout the year. In fact, a geothermal system will save between 40 and 60 percent on heating and cooling bills, according to Black Hills Power.
Geothermal heat pumps transfer heat to and from the soil under your home, with a very quiet pump. One big advantage of a geothermal system is the absence of outdoor equipment, for a tidy appearance.
These units are compact, and all the equipment fits inside one cabinet. In heat mode, a geothermal system will produce heat at about 110 degrees. In cool mode, the system cools air to roughly 55 degrees.
Simple Installation Process
A geothermal system can be installed with minimal disruption to your home, for new construction and existing homes alike. Our geothermal technicians use newer construction techniques that allow the underground piping to be installed with minimal disturbance to yard and garden. At Brower Mechanical, we take great care to provide our clients with the highest possible service, and make the installation process effortless for homeowners.
Incentives Reduce the Cost of a Geothermal System
Many utility companies offer substantial rebates and incentives for installing geothermal equipment because they save so much energy. In addition, there is a federal tax credit available for 30% of the qualified expenditures for a residential geothermal system.
A tax credit differs from a tax writeoff and is more valuable to the taxpayer. It is a dollar-for-dollar reduction in federal income taxes owed. This tax credit is set to expire at end of 2016, making now a great time to install a geothermal system.
With over 35 years of experience in the heating and cooling industry in the Sacramento area, we are experts in cutting your energy bills and ensuring exceptional indoor comfort. We always treat our clients as we would want to be treated and we offer very reasonable prices.
Want to save money on your heating and cooling costs? Call Brower Mechanical today to install a geothermal system to begin using clean, renewable energy.