Heating & Cooling Solutions That Are Energy Efficient & Safe For the Environment In Denver& Colorado Springs
A heat pump is an ideal hybrid heat system for moderate climates like Colorado. Denver, for example has moderate spring and autumn seasons, and warm summers. So your heat pump will cool you down in the summer, and then provide inexpensive electric heat in the spring and fall.
These set-ups sometimes referred to as dual fuel systems, know when it’s cold enough to heat with a furnace, and when it can use the heat pump.
With both a heat pump and a furnace, a dual fuel system will keep you comfortable and save you money throughout every season while using less energy. To find out if a dual fuel system is right for you, call your Cooper Green Team today.
With a high-efficiency gas furnace you’ll save energy and money every winter. Your Cooper Green Team has multiple products to choose from; furnaces that exceed ENERGYSTAR® guidelines. Check out what’s available now, or call your Cooper Green Team today.
Integrated Forced Air and Radiant Heating Systems
Combine the benefits of Radiant Heating, Geothermal Energy, and Forced Air systems!
With a Synergy 3D or a similar system, you get all of the benefits of Geothermal Energy listed below, with the combined comfort of radiant heating and a traditional forced air system. The geothermal component allows you to achieve an energy savings of up to 70% off your annual heating, cooling, and hot waters costs.
During the heating cycle, the fluid circulates through the loop extracting heat from the ground. The heat energy is transferred to the geothermal unit. The unit compresses the extracted heat to a high temperature and delivers it to your home through a radiant heat system. This system of heating allows the furnace to produce 4 units of heating for every 1 unit of electricity. That’s a 400% efficiency rating compared to a high-efficiency gas furnace that typically rates around 90–94%.
Geothermal Air Conditioning
For cooling, the process is simply reversed. Because the earth is much cooler than the air temperatures on a hot day, the geothermal system removes heat from the home and deposits it into the ground. The fluid is cooled by the ground temperatures and returned to the unit for cooling your home.
Energy Tax Credits
In 2008, geothermal heat pumps were added to the IRS code creating a 30% tax credit for costs relating to qualified geothermal equipment. If your equipment is installed and ready for use by the end of 2016, you could qualify for all of the following:
- Get 30% off of the total system cost
- No limit to credit amount
- Use it to offset AMT tax
- Use it in more than one year
- Use it with solar and wind tax credits
- Use it with energy efficienty upgrade credits
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