According to a recent study using Zillow Data, adding a Heat Pump to your home can increase its value by up to 7%.
Homes with new, energy-efficient features sell more quickly and at a premium versus homes with outdated, old systems. Home buyers want long-lasting appliances like Geothermal that reduce their energy costs and their carbon footprint.
Whether you are building a new home or replacing your old HVAC, a Geothermal Heating & Cooling System is an investment in premium comfort and energy-efficiency that will pay dividends for years to come.
Benefits of Geothermal Heat Pumps
40% more efficient than traditional air conditioning systems
Most Efficient Heating System Available
4X more efficient than heating with fuel oil, propane or natural gas
Act Now and Take Advantage of $1000s in Federal & Utility Incentives
Homeowners who install their system by 2022 will receive a 26% reduction on the cost of a geothermal system with Federal Tax Incentives. Local Utility companies offer $1000s more in additional rebates.
For more information on utility, state and federal incentives, click here.
Dandelion Makes It Easy to Upgrade to Geothermal
Tell us about your home
Complete our 30 second survey to find out if your home pre-qualifies for a Dandelion Energy home geothermal system. A Customer Experience Specialist will reach out within 24 hours to ask you a few more questions about your home and, if your home qualifies, schedule a virtual consultation with an Energy Consultant.
If your home qualifies, an Energy Consultant will meet you virtually via a video conference or by telephone to answer your questions, discuss your heating and cooling usage, and calculate your potential savings.
We’ll install your geothermal system in 3 stages: drilling and installing the underground loop, connecting the ground loop to your home, and installing the heat pump where your furnace used to sit. Each of these stages can take between 2 days and 2 weeks to complete depending on your local geography and project complexity.
This is the only step in Dandelion's Process that can't be virtual. Read more about Dandelion's response to the COVID-19 outbreak here.