If you are one of the many homeowners in the United States that enjoys the energy-efficient benefits of geothermal heating, it is likely that you really like your system. Not only is this a highly reliable source of both heating and cooling all year round, but it also is relatively cost-effective too.
Setting aside the initial installation cost, the price of repairs is less of a worry for geothermal systems. Why? Because the biggest part of the system, the pipes under the home, last up to 50 years! As long as the parts of the system that are above ground are well taken care of, your system will save you money in more situations than not.
However, this doesn’t mean it won’t need regular care. Just like any Plymouth HVAC system, your geothermal heating system has maintenance needs.