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What Is Aeroseal, And What Does It Do?

Created by the company of the same name, Aeroseal is a spray-based sealant technology for the ductwork in homes. Aeroseal fills and seals small to medium leaks in the ductwork—from the inside—throughout your home. This […]

Top 14 Myths About Geothermal Heating & Cooling

Dandelion Energy addresses the top 5 myths about home geothermal, answering questions of – Can Geothermal be installed in an existing home? In a small yard? In cold climates? Does it require a lot of maintenance? Can I afford it?

Protected: Can A Geothermal System Save You Money On Hot Water Heating?

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Geothermal Power Plant Frequently Asked Questions

What are the differences between geothermal power plants and geothermal heat pumps?  Even though geothermal power plants and geothermal heat pumps both derive energy from the earth’s heat, they differ greatly in function, size, and […]

How Will Installing a Home Geothermal System Impact Your Electric Bill?

The key to saving money on home heating and cooling is energy efficiency. Simply put, the more efficient your HVAC system is, the more bang you’ll get for your buck. You might be curious to […]

Geothermal Heat Pump Frequently Asked Questions

What is a geothermal heat pump? A geothermal heat pump (also called a ground source heat pump) is a renewable alternative to a furnace or boiler. It’s a critical component of a geothermal system.  A […]

The 2021 Federal Geothermal Tax Credit: Your Questions Answered

If you’re interested in home geothermal, you’re probably curious about how you can save money with the 2021 federal geothermal tax credit. But as with many things related to government and finance, it’s not exactly […]

Geothermal Ground Loop Frequently Asked Questions

What is a ground loop? A ground loop is a series of pipes buried underground at a depth where temperatures stay consistent year-round. It serves as the critical link allowing geothermal heat pumps to use […]