Geothermal Heating & Cooling in Cincinnati
More and more homeowners are installing geothermal heating systems in Cincinnati thanks to new heat pump technologies and a variety of government rebates and financial incentives.
At National Heating and Air Conditioning, we have extensive experience installing, repairing and maintaining geothermal heating systems in Cincinnati. With over 80 years of experience, you can trust us for all your heating and cooling needs.
Call National today at (513) 399-5757 to learn more about our geothermal heating services!
Benefits of Geothermal Heating & Cooling
Geothermal systems take advantage of the constant temperature of the earth at depth to heat and cool your home more economically than other alternatives.
Thanks to their unique design, geothermal heating systems offer many benefits, including:
- Highly-efficient heating and cooling
- No fuel usage and low environmental impact
- No need for expensive supplemental heating
- Relatively simple heat pump maintenance
Contact us to learn more about the benefits of a geothermal heating system!
Geothermal Air Conditioner Maintenance
Like any heating system, routine maintenance is the key to keeping a geothermal heating system running at peak efficiency and extending its life span. This typically includes things like changing the air filter, cleaning the air handler, and checking refrigerant levels.
At National Heating and Air Conditioning, we can handle all the maintenance needs of your geothermal heating system, and we feature highly experienced, NATE-certified technicians that will keep your system running at peak efficiency. With a well-maintained system, not only will you be more comfortable, but you will save money on your utility bills, as well!
Whether your geothermal heat pump is failing to meet your needs or making odd noises, or you’d like to pursue geothermal heat pump maintenance to keep your costs low, call (513) 621-4620!
Geothermal Heating & Cooling System Repair
Over time, typical wear in your geothermal heating system will cause components like the compressor, system fans, or blower motor to fail, requiring repairs.
At National Heating and Air Conditioning, we can handle all of your repair needs, from replacing the fan belt to changing filters or replacing the compressor. Our technicians will diagnose your system quickly and give you the best heating and cooling repair options for your needs and your budget.
Contact us today for affordable, reliable repairs on your geothermal heating and cooling system.
Geothermal HVAC System Installation
When your geothermal heating system becomes too expensive to operate or needs several major components repaired at once, scheduling a geothermal heat pump installation to replace your existing unit may be the best option.
Our team at National Heating and Air Conditioning can quickly and efficiently replace your heat pump with a new model, which will be trouble-free and more efficient. We can also handle completely new geothermal heat pump installations.
If you want to install a new geothermal HVAC system or replace your old one, National is the HVAC company you can trust. Dial (513) 621-4620 or schedule a consultation!
Our Service Area
We service the following cities and surrounding areas of Cincinnati, Ohio: Bond Hill, Cincinnati, Covington, Evanston, Finneytown, Idlewood, Norwood, Oakley Square, and Reading.
If you live in or near these areas, please give us a call or contact us online for heat pump, heating, or other HVAC services today!
Schedule Geothermal Heating Services in Cincinnati
Geothermal heating systems are a great way to both heat and cool your home in a way that is economic and environmentally-friendly. At National Heating and Air Conditioning, we can handle all your geothermal heating system needs, from maintenance to new installations.
Call us today at (513) 399-5757 to schedule geothermal heating installation, repair, or maintenance today!
Frequently Asked Questions
How Does Geothermal Heating & Cooling Work?
A geothermal system works like a standard heat pump, moving heat from one area to another using refrigerant and a compressor. Instead of air, geothermal heating systems use a ground loop as a heat source or heat sink.
In the winter, heat is extracted from the ground loop through a heat exchanger, warming the refrigerant in the heat pump and heating the indoor air. In the summer, heat is extracted from the indoor air by the geothermal heat pump system and transferred through the heat exchanger to the ground loop.
Most geothermal heating and cooling systems use a closed ground loop, which is a series of pipes that circulate a special heat-transfer fluid. The most common ground loops include:
- Horizontal Ground Loop – Pipes are laid out at a shallow depth in a horizontal excavation. This configuration requires more space, but is economical.
- Vertical Ground Loop – Pipes installed in vertically-bored holes. This solution takes less surface area, but is costly.
- Pond/Lake Loop – Pipes are laid at the bottom of a pond or lake. This system is inexpensive, but requires access to nearby water.
How Much Does a Geothermal Heating/Cooling System Cost?
For a geothermal heating and cooling system, the ground loop is typically the most expensive part of installing the system, but it lasts for decades. The initial investment for a geothermal system can be higher than other types of HVAC systems, but the operating costs of a geothermal system are lower.
How Long Does a Geothermal Installation Take?
Installation times vary, but most geothermal systems can be set up in 5-10 days.