Geothermal Is The Answer
A Geothermal Heating and Cooling unit in the home is not only cost effective but also a great resource to helping keep our environment healthy. However, even these units will occasionally need repair work. Homes that are located in Indianapolis with Air Conditioning problems or Nashville with Geothermal HVAC problems have one common denominator.
They both have access to the same great company – T.A. Kaiser.
Dealing with problems with your Geothermal unit can be divided into 2 categories. Things that you can fix and things that need a trusted technician. Before calling a repair service be sure to check a few simple things. Are the filters clean? Are there registers in the room that are not open? Is the thermostat set to the temperature you think it is? Although it sounds oversimplified, the number one cause of Air Conditioners not cooling properly are dirty air filters.
When should you call us? When your unit is making loud or grinding noises. Don’t wait and hope for the best. The longer the pieces grind the more damage they can inflect. If you are getting reduced airflow from a vent or unit that regularly has a higher output.
Geothermal Service You Can Trust
For all your geothermal repair needs whether it is a problem in Indianapolis with Air Conditioning or a Nashville Geothermal HVAC repair need, T.A. Kaiser is the company you can trust.
Geothermal heating and cooling systems are popular mostly due to the low operating costs and environmentally responsible operation. Comfort is an advantage that is often overlooked in the initial purchasing process.
Most homeowners purchase the system for the operating costs savings, but once the system is installed, they notice an additional benefit; improved comfort.
- In cooling, a geothermal heat pump provides better dehumidification than conventional air conditioning systems, causing the indoor humidity to be lower, thus more comfortable. A special dehumidification mode is available for ClimateMaster systems when the variable speed (ECM) fan motor is installed. ClimaDry, ClimateMaster’s whole house dehumidifier option for electric heat pumps, provides even more dehumidification for high humidity locations.
- In heating, geothermal heat pumps provide warmer air temperatures (typically 95-105°F) than conventional air source heat pumps (typically 85-95°F), but because they are sized to run significantly more than a fossil fuel (natural gas, fuel oil or propane) furnace, they don’t “blast” hot air followed by an extended time when air is not being circulated. Most fossil fuel furnaces deliver hot (125-140°F), air when operating. The steady, warm air is provided by a geothermal heat pump provides the most comfortable heating system available.
- In heating and cooling, advanced technology utilized in today’s geothermal systems enhance comfort even more. Two-stage compressors “match” the heating or cooling needs to the outdoor weather conditions. Ninety percent of the time, these systems run in first stage, increasing comfort by automatically adjusting the capacity to the needs of the home. Variable speed fan motors allow different fan speeds for heating, cooling, dehumidification and continuous fan operation. Plus, variable speed fans speed up or slow down to maintain airflow.
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