Schaafsma Heating & Cooling Sells Geothermal Systems Which Can Qualify Customers for Federal Tax Credit

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When you install a geothermal heat pump with Grand Rapids-based HVAC contractor Schaafsma Heating and Cooling, you are qualified for a 30 percent tax credit from the federal government, effective until December 2016. Schaafsma offers various geothermal heat pump systems that fall under the government's scope as eligible for tax credit.

Our geothermal systems can be very beneficial for homeowners and the research shows it. We’re hoping consumers take advantage of this feature soon.

Michigan-based HVAC contractor, Schaafsma Heating and Cooling, now offers geothermal heat pumps that qualify for the 30 percent tax credit incentive provided by the federal government. This federal incentive tax credit on geothermal heat pump systems remains effective until December 31, 2016. The system is able to heat, cool, and provide homes with hot water.

Schaafsma Heating and Cooling has several geothermal systems to choose from,” said Becky Town, Schaafsma’s marketing coordinator. “Our geothermal systems can be very beneficial for homeowners and the research shows it. We’re hoping consumers take advantage of this feature soon.”

Long-lasting and requiring less maintenance, several major advantages of geothermal heat pump systems include economic and energy efficiency. With an efficiency rating of 45 - 50 percent more than the traditional heating and cooling systems, the total annual energy savings from geothermal systems is 8 kWh of electricity and 40 billion BTU’s of fossil fuels. This means a substantial reduction of reliance on imported fuel. Homeowners with geothermal heat pump systems save a combined $750 million in a 20-year span, and 95 percent of geothermal heat pump owners claim they would recommend this system to others.

Closed-loop systems (including horizontal, vertical, and pond), as well as open-loop systems, and hybrid systems are available for installation at Schaafsma Heating and Cooling. To learn more about the various types of geothermal heat pump systems, contact an HVAC staff member at (616) 458-7304 or 800-643-0615. Those interested in geothermal system or other HVAC installations may stop by their office location at 25 North Park NW in Grand Rapid, Michigan 49544.

First established in 1905 Schaafsma Heating and Cooling offers a variety of HVAC services throughout Grand Rapids and the surrounding areas, such as air conditioning and furnace, and HVAC and insulation installation. Schaafsma Heating and Cooling contractors are regionally recognized for their outstanding customer service and their expertise in the HVAC industry.

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