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In a society where everyone is going green, many people, now more than ever, are turning to geothermal heat pumps like the ones offered at Ingram's Water and Air in Paducah, Kentucky.

Paducah, Kentucky - In a society where everyone is going green, many people, now more than ever, are turning to geothermal heat pumps like the ones offered at Ingram's Water and Air in Paducah, Kentucky.


Coming from the Greek words geo (earth) and therme (heat), Geothermal heat pumps like the McQuay Enfinity Water Source Heat Pumps receive their energy from the earth to heat and cool the home with natural warmth. Using the environmentally safe R-410A refrigerant, it cools your home without depleting the ozone layer making the choice for a new heat pump that much easier. Jason Ingram, owner of Ingram's Water and Air says, "Installing a geothermal system is equivalent to planting 750 trees or taking two cars off the road."

While helping the environment and reducing energy costs, the McQuay heat pump has a patented sound barrier that makes the unit extremely quiet and produces a higher level of energy efficiency than any other geothermal units on the market. Federal incentives alone can cover 30% of the total cost, including equipment and installation, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reports that "Homeowners typically experience an annual savings of 30 to 70% when compared to ordinary systems, and geothermal units will pay for themselves within 4-5 years."

If you're looking to go green, need a replacement heat pump, or just want to save your hard earned money, a geothermal unit with the McQuay heat pump is the way to go. You're gaining impressive savings while helping the environment, and with a geothermal unit there are no worries to have about flames, fumes, odors, or carbon monoxide. Contact Ingram's Water and Air and let them assist you in finding the perfect unit to fit your needs http://ingramswaterandair.com

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