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Even though more than 50,000 homes in the United States are enjoying this technology, only a few people understand it. Basically, in the summer, the technology moves heat from your home into the ground in the summer, and heat is moved from the ground back into your home in the winter.

You may not appreciate this technology until you understand some of its benefits. This is why we will discuss some of the advantages of a geothermal heat pump now.

Benefits of a geothermal heat pump 

It is eco-friendly 

The heat pump does not emit any gas at all, thereby reducing your carbon footprint. Imagine, if your entire neighborhood uses this technology, the carbon emission in your neighborhood will be reduced drastically. If the world can eliminate the use of fossil fuels, over 3 million tons of carbon dioxide will be removed from the earth. This is equivalent to what about 650,000 vehicles give off.

It is energy-efficient 

According to what we know, a geothermal system gives 400% efficiency. This implies that it creates 4 units of energy for every unit of energy produced from electricity. The system transfers heat as against the creation of heat through the burning of fuel. If we install it in your home, you could save up to 60 -70% on your utility bills.

We believe that geothermal heat systems eventually pay for themselves. What this means is that in three years, the amount of money you’ll save will be more than the cost of installation.

Geothermal heat system is durable

The outdoor unit of your HVAC is usually subjected to harsh weather conditions, which facilitate its wear and tear. Conversely, the outdoor unit of your geothermal heat system is buried under the ground, and that protects it from snow and other conditions.

In fact, part of the system, which is buried in the ground, often comes with a 50-year warranty, while your HVAC unit lasts between 10 and 15 years. This is why geothermal heat pumps are usually passed down from one generation to another.

It requires little maintenance

Apart from the yearly inspection and a regular change of filters, this technology requires no other maintenance. So, its cost of maintenance is very low.

It is safer

The geothermal heat pump does not involve the combustion of fuel, so you don’t have to worry about carbon monoxide poisoning. Instead, the technology uses free and renewable energy from the earth. This also means that sustainability won’t be an issue.

It offers a ready supply of hot water 

As far as we’re concerned, this seems to be the best feature of the system. The heating of water consumes a large part of the energy supplied to homes. So, only in very few homes is hot water used satisfactorily. Many homeowners use hot water only when it is necessary just to cut down their energy bills.

The geothermal system will produce free hot water for you. All it takes is a connection that will direct it into your water heater for storage. If heating of water for tea, laundry, and bath is out of your monthly electricity bills, what will be left? This is the reason we told you earlier that the geothermal heat pump will cut down your energy consumption by up to 70%.


By now, you should be considering the option. However, we’d like to make it clear that geothermal heat pump installation is expensive. Nevertheless, you’ll recoup your investment within three to four years. As far as we’re concerned, it is a worthy investment.

Whenever you’re ready to make the shift, don’t hesitate to call us. Blessed Electric & Air has installed geothermal heat pumps in hundreds of houses all over Texas. So, we have the required experience, expertise, and equipment.


Below is a list of the cities we offer service. We may still be available in your area if your city is not listed below. Our DFW electrician team of professional and licensed electricians travels most of Dallas and Fort Worth. If you are unsure if we service your area, please call  (214) 801-5755