AC by Jay Now Offers New Geothermal Phoenix Heating and Cooling

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AC by Jay now proudly offers new geothermal Phoenix heating and cooling technologies.

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AC by Jay now proudly offers new geothermal Phoenix heating and cooling technologies. The reduction of electricity with geothermal systems is substantial to significantly lower monthly utility bills. While initial installation costs may be more than traditional air systems, utility rebates and tax credits bring costs in line with conventional systems.

To help the U.S. gain control of the economy, save energy and create more jobs, President Obama signed a Federal Economic Stimulus Package in February, 2009. The package focuses on the same renewable energy sources, such as solar, wind, biodiesel and geothermal, offered by AC by Jay.

Geothermal systems from AC by Jay use less energy to maintain the proper temperature in homes and buildings. These innovative systems are also much quieter than conventional air systems because they do not use a noisy compressor and fan. Geothermal systems also do not use oil, natural gas or propane so there is no combustion or fumes that could result in carbon monoxide poisoning or harmful emissions.

Unlike conventional systems, geothermal Phoenix air conditioner systems are simple with no complex parts. Heat is transferred into the ground rather than the air so the system is not forced to work in extreme outdoor temperatures. As a result, geothermal systems have a major increase in life expectancy. Geothermal equipment is also flexible and can be used to heat a home's water and to cool or heat the temperature of a swimming pool.

In Arizona, air conditioning in Phoenix is a necessity. Seniors, pets and children are easily overcome by excessive heat. Efficient geothermal systems maintain optimum performance whether outdoor temperatures are too high or too low. On chilly Arizona evenings, the same geothermal systems that keep people cool will also keep them warm.

Utility rebates can save consumers up to 50 percent off geothermal installations to bring the price within reach. Tax credits give consumers an additional savings of up to 30 percent to bring the cost of geothermal equipment in line with the price of conventional systems. To find out more about geothermal cooling and heating technologies from AC by Jay, visit


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