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If you are interested in learning about geothermal heat pumps and how to install a system to reduce your electricity bill then this is the perfect resource for you!

Geothermal heating and cooling technology provides exceptional performance and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) agrees that a geothermal heat pump is the most energy-efficient, environmentally clean, and most cost-effective space conditioning system available.

There is no doubt that geothermal heat pumps are the Low Hanging Fruit of energy efficiency. What do I mean by this? Well it is a bit like picking apples or oranges off a tree. The simple part of picking the fruit is the easy-to-reach apples or oranges. Once these have been picked it gets harder, reaching on tippy-toes, until we finally start dragging the ladder around. Geothermal heat pumps are low-hanging-fruit, this technology is definitely a NO BRAINER !

This guide is full of factual information to get you fired up so you can quickly and easily make decisions to heat and cool your home.

I’m certainly not going to insult your intelligence, by claiming this is some "secret" information. It’s not.

The guide contains the information you need, when you need it. Put together in an easy-to-understand visual format.

Whether you are you building a new home or retrofitting a geothermal heat pump you will be able to make sound decisions because you KNOW and UNDERSTAND what the best choice for your home is.

Geothermal Heat Pumps: Installation Guideis the quickest and easiest way to learn about ground source heat pumps.

Inside this comprehensive work you’ll get over 350 pages of gold-mine info. Everything anyone interested in geothermal heat pumps would need. Just take a look at the Contents…

Introduction Background Benefits – GHPs in United States – GHPs in Europe – GHPs Worldwide Overall Benefits – What Is In It For You? – Eye Opener What Is A Heat Pump? Terminology Explained – Geothermal Heat Exchanger – Geothermal Heat Pump – Groundsource Heat Pump Ground Source Heat Pump Overview What is a Geothermal Heat Pump Space Requirements Sources of Heat Types of Geothermal Installs – Horizontal Closed Loop Field – Vertical Closed Loop Field – Curtate Cycloid (SLINKY) Closed loop Field – Closed pond Loop – Open Loops (Well-Water Systems) – Standing Column Well Tips On System Type $$$ COST $$$ Incentives – Long Island Power Authority – Residential Energy Efficiency Rebate Program – NYSERDA – Energy $mart Loan Fund – NYSERDA – Home Performance With Energy Star Loan Program Federal Incentives – SEC. 1332: Credit for Construction Of New Energy Efficient Homes – SEC. 1333: Credit For Certain Non-Business Energy property – Canada – United Kingdom – Australia Actual Cost Case Study – Geothermal System Cost Return On Investment (ROI) Size Matters Contractor Installation – Horizontal Piping – Vertical Piping – Antifreeze – Contractor Installation Summary Installer Checklist Do It Yourself Installation 1. Pre-Engineered Geothermal System – Manifold/Flow Center – Ground Loops 2. DIY Is A Major Task – Design Matrix – Project Management – Site Plan – System Design – Loop Design – Heat Pump Design – Design – Pumps, Piping and Antifreeze – Heat Pump Operational Overview – Heat Pump Fluids – Soil Analysis – Hot Water Assist – Coefficient of Performance – Trenching and Piping – Loop Pipes, Fittings and Fusion – Drilling Boreholes – Borehole Grouting and Filling – Purging Air – Pressure Testing – Fine Tune The Design Summary Investing In Geothermal Technology Frequently Asked Questions – FAQS Additional Research Information and References

As you can see this really is a fantastic guide on Geothermal Heat Pumps which until now has never been readily available. This is not a lightweight report and has taken months to research and develop. We are excited to see it released and we know that it will help reduce emissions and it will save thousands of dollars for home owners like you.

OK so what’s the damage I hear you ask. Well at $29.99 you couldn’t ask for a better deal, unless of course we threw in some… bonuses…

BONUS 1 – Comparing Heating Systems Information on comparing available systems, and advice on considerations of safety, installation costs, operating costs, maintenance, and comfort.

BONUS 2 – Geothermal Heat Pumps The DOEs advice when planning new houses, office buildings, or replacing heating and cooling systems, with reference to geothermal heat pumps.

BONUS 3 – Evaluation of 4,000 Home Geothermal Heat Pump Retrofit at Fort Polk This report documents an independent evaluation of an energy retrofit of 4,003 family housing units at Fort Polk, Louisiana. Specific and valuable information for those considering replacement of their heating, cooling, and water heating systems in houses or units with a geothermal heat pump.

BONUS 4 – Domestic Ground Source Heat Pumps: Design and Installation This guide provides clear and concise information about geothermal heat pumps in dwellings. It covers the different types of system, and the benefits, limitations, costs and suitability of the various technologies.

If you’re not thrilled with the geothermal heat pump book, then we want you to simply email and tell us, and we’ll send you a prompt and courteous 100% refund within 60 days from the date of purchase. After 60 days all sales are final.

If on the other hand, this system help you to save $100’s of dollars a month then I want you to email us your success story of testimonial to tell usabout the results you achieved.

NOTE: Geothermal Heat Pumps is a downloadable e-book. No physical products will be shipped. After you order, you will get INSTANT ACCESS to download the e-book including the bonus reports onto your computer. The e-book format is Adobe Acrobat PDF, which can be viewed on Mac or PC. Read more…

Written by Jason

July 13th, 2015 at 6:11 pm

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