New Geothermal Units Arrive at Ingram's Water & Air Equipment

winter is approaching once again, along with the need for people to heat their homes. But, for many, saving money will also be a priority this season.

Geothermal heat pump systems are efficient heating and cooling solutions that take advantage of the Earth's relatively constant underground temperatures. They do so by cycling liquid, though a tube or pipe, out of a building and underground in order to heat or cool it. The systems cycle liquid (which transfers heat 30% more efficiently than air) out through the ground, where the temperature is relatively warmer or cooler than the air. The liquid is then cycled back into the building to cool it down or it is further heated in a compressor to heat the building up. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has stated that this is one of the most energy-efficient, environmentally clean, and cost-effective systems of space conditioning available.


According to the Department of Energy, typical annual savings from using geothermal heat pump systems can range from 30%-60%. As an incentive to encourage consumers to switch to more energy efficient heating systems, the federal government is also now offering a 30% tax credit for taxpaying homeowners, with no maximum limit, on Energy Star compliant systems. On top of those savings, Ingram's offers free shipping on select units and guaranteed lowest out the door prices.

Ingram stands above the competition by proudly featuring live 24/7 telephone and Internet chat customer support offered at the company website www.ingramswaterandair.com. Furthering their dedication to supporting customers, in addition to fast shipping and a line-up of quality products.

All of these savings and reasons make now a great time to invest in a geothermal heat pump system. Ingram's Water & Air Equipment, a proud Better Business Bureau member dedicated to providing friendly customer service, fast shipping, high-quality and low-priced products, and 24/7 support is the place to make that investment.

For more information visit http://ingramswaterandair.com, or contact at (866) 963-4764 and sales@ingramswaterandair.com.

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