Your Experts For Geothermal Services in Dallas - Fort Worth
Beco Air & Heat has worked hard to offer high-quality Geothermal heat pump repair and installation for customers in Dallas County, and the surrounding communities. We boast a skilled team of NATE-certified technicians and have years of experience with all types of Geothermal heat pump repairs in Dallas. Whether you need residential or commercial services, we make sure that our services exceed your expectations. Our crew can handle repairs and installations for all brand equipment such as Climatemaster and Waterfurnace. Our efficient work has earned us a glowing reputation among our loyal customers and within the industry. From simple repairs to a full system Geothermal replacement, Beco Air and Heat has you covered. With our partnership with Climatemaster, you could receive a tax credit of up to 26% for upgrading your old Geothermal system. Climetmaster offers systems up to 46 SEER and can produce 100% of your home's hot water.
What is Geothermal
A geothermal system consists of two primary components: a ground source heat pump situated inside your house and a closed loop of Polyethylene Pipe that is buried deep in the ground exterior around your home. A set of pumps circulates a fluid mixture antifreeze through the loop in the ground. As the fluid circulates, it acts as a heat exchanger, either dispersing or collecting heat from the earth.
How does Geothermal work?
Ground loops take the place of a traditionally outdoor condensing unit. Instead of using outside air to cool the condenser, fluid from the ground loops circulates over the condenser keeping it cool.
If you had a piece of metal that was red hot and you wanted to cool it you could try blowing air over it. That would be the same as traditionally air conditioning. The other option would be to take the hot piece of metal and pour water over it. That would be Geothermal. Water is much more efficient than air.
Geothermal Service Dallas - Fort Worth
Do you need Geothermal repairs in Dallas, Tx? Beco Air and Heat can handle all makes and models. Beco offers emergency geothermal service to our customers in the Dallas, Tx, area to make sure that you are covered in all circumstances.
No matter what issues your geothermal heat pump is having, the professional heating and air conditioning technicians at Beco are here to help. We provide services including geothermal maintenance and geothermal replacement. Get in contact with us to discuss whatever heating or air conditioning needs that you might have.
Geothermal HVAC Cost
Geothermal heating replacement costs in Dallas are more than traditional split systems. A geothermal heat pump costs $4,000 to $8,000 per ton on average to replace depending on the loop type, home size, and location. Geothermal systems cost 25% to 65% less to run than conventional heat pumps and last twice as long.
Advantages of Geothermal Heat Pumps
- Comfort – Optimal heating, cooling, and even dehumidification and air purification result in superior comfort.
- Environmentally Responsible – Producing no carbon monoxide or any greenhouse gasses and maintaining a low electricity demand, geothermal HVAC minimizes your carbon footprint.
- Hot Water – With an added connection, your geothermal system can produce all the hot water you could want at a high-efficiency rate.
- Lifespan – Located inside the home and protected from weather-related wear and tear, the heat pump can last for upwards of twenty years.
- Low Maintenance – With few moving parts, the system requires little beyond regular filter changes and annual professional inspection.
- Quiet – There’s no noisy outdoor condensing unit and the indoor component creates minimal noise.
- Safety – By eliminating the combustion process, the geothermal process is safer than any other available HVAC system.
- Value – Energy savings typically recover the investment into a geothermal system within three to five years.
Geothermal Tax Credit in Dallas - Fort Worth
A taxpayer may claim a credit for a system that is owned by a United States taxpayer. Expenditures concerning the equipment are treated as made when the installation is completed. If the installation is at a new home, the “placed in service” date is the date of occupancy by the homeowner. Expenditures include labor costs for on-site preparation, assembly or original system installation, and for piping or wiring to interconnect a system to the home. If the federal tax credit exceeds tax liability, the excess amount may be carried forward to the succeeding taxable year. The maximum allowable credit, equipment requirements and other details vary by technology, as outlined below.
- 30% for systems placed in service by 12/31/2019
- 26% for systems placed in service after 12/31/2019 and before 01/01/2023
- 22% for systems placed in service after 12/31/2022 and before 01/01/2024
- There is no maximum credit for systems placed in service after 2008.
- Systems must be placed in service on or after January 1, 2006, and on or before December 31, 2023.
- The geothermal heat pump must meet federal Energy Star criteria.
- The home served by the system does not have to be the taxpayer’s principal residence.