You'll find you can't afford to go without a geothermal heat pump.
Geothermal heat pumps provide a return on investment in many ways. The highest efficiencies, longest-lasting equipment, minimal maintenance, system safeties, cost-savings on utilities, and more make geothermal heat pumps the optimal choice for the cost conscious.
Consider the benefits in addition to financial incentives and flexible payment plans, and you can make monthly payments on your system with the money saved on heating and cooling costs.
The cost to install a geothermal heat pump varies by home or building size, geographic location, ground loop size, and product selection, so there is no set cost. The bottom line is that when compared to traditional HVAC systems, geothermal heat pumps are the most environmentally-friendly and provide more cost-savings, a higher level of comfort, and better air quality. If you'd like to know the approximate cost for your home or building, we will direct you to the most qualified local Hydron Module installer for a quote.
Hydron Module has partnered with an institution that offers flexible financing specifically for energy-efficient home improvement projects, so you could install a geothermal heat pump with no money down. Terms of a loan are available from 12 months to 15 years.
Benefits of this program include:
Typically, the savings provided by the Hydron Module system exceed the monthly payments of the loan. You can stay net positive and enjoy all the benefits of a geothermal system without the up-front cost.
If you'd like to see how to install a system for no money down, and how to go about securing your geothermal loan, fill out the below form and get a free copy of our financing guide!
The U.S. Federal Government is offering a 26% tax credit for residential geothermal installations. Any geothermal equipment that meets ENERGY STAR requirements at the time of installation qualifies for the tax credit. The credit is equivalent to 26% of the total system cost, including labor, equipment, ground loop system, etc.
Many states, provinces, and local municipalities offer incentives depending on where you're located in the U.S. and Canada. Local utility companies/coops offer incentives, as well. You can use the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency® to see your options or simply contact us and we'll help you find all the incentives available in your area.