Building a new home is very exciting. To see plans turn into a house is fun to watch. Have you ever got caught up in the excitement of picking out the paint, flooring, and tile? How about the carpet or the kitchen cabinets? Although, the decorating part of your new home is very important, how about your comfort?
I know it is not as exciting as picking out all the option that you desire in your home but, stop and think for a monent. Your heating and cooling is not only important for your desired comfort, but also for future savings that you can be putting in your pocket for other things that may be important to you. Imagine being able to afford that upgrade of the kitchen counter upgrade or that dream bathroom that you have always wanted. No other system that you install in your home will will provide you with monthly savings on your utilittes like a geothermal system.
Why build a brand new house and not be comfortable? A geothermal system provides very comfortable heat and cooling. With several options of fan speeds and dehumidification, your new home, hardwood floors, trim, furniture, and family will thank you for installing geothermal in your new home. We can adjust several components in the system to maximize humidity control and comfort. Of course, any geothermal system must have a well designed duct system for proper airflow and quietness. At Geomac, we eliminate the need for you to hire different subcontactors to do different parts of your geothermal systems. We can do the entire job, from the outside loops to the ductwork, to the equipment.
We at Geomac are able to help you throughtout the entire process of your new home's geothermal system. We are with you from the planning phases to installing the systems to start up and paperwork. We are big fans of "sweat equity." If you have a relative who is an electrician or a friend who is an excavator or you have a vast knowledge of the system and you want to help us out, we gladly credit you for any work completed. We enjoy when homeowners get involved with their system. If you want to be "hands off" and leave it up to us, we can be your turn key geothermal contractor, too.
Please feel free to contact us about any questions you may have about design or construction for your geothermal system.