Your geothermal heating system is designed to draw heat out of the ground and into your home, providing you with constant, low energy consumption heating and cooling throughout the year no matter what the temperature outside is. However, like all appliances, geothermal heating and cooling systems can break down over time due to use and age. Thankfully, there are a couple of warning signs that can indicate when you should contact an HVAC professional to repair or replace your geothermal system before it completely fails and leaves you without the ability to control your home's temperature.
During the winter season your heating bill tends to cost more because of the increase in usage. However, there may be other contributing factors that cause your bill to rise even more than normal. For instance, older homes may have overworked and outdated heating systems that require more energy usage to heat up your home. There are some ways to lower the usage in addition to having your heating system repaired.
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