Geothermal News for Scranton

You did a lot of digging, found the exact geothermal system for your Scranton house, had the reliable staff at Jim Lamberti Contracting Services, LLC set up your brand new heating and cooling system, and now that you have been enjoying your system for a year or so, its time for autumn maintenance.
What just about everyone says they like most about a geothermal heating and cooling system is that it has almost no moving parts. Theres just that much less that can break down that much less to need maintenance. Of course, the system does have some moving parts. Most of them are found in its most...
Theres no getting around it: replacing your present HVAC system with a geothermal heating and cooling system is an expensive proposition. Up-front costs here in Scranton tend to run anywhere from $10,000 to $30,000 or more. That said, geothermal benefits can easily outweigh worries about initial...
You know that clean-operating, low-maintenance, wonderfully energy-efficient geothermal heating and cooling system youve been longing for but couldnt afford? Well, take heart! Because, as of February 2018, the federal governments 30% geothermal tax credit is reinstated! And what was previously a...
No two ways about it, its a big step to move ahead with a geothermal heating and cooling system for your home. But it is a step up. And plenty of Scranton homeowners will acknowledge that particularly those who looked to Jim Lamberti Contracting Services, LLC for their geothermal system installation....
More than a few residents here in Scranton, Pennsylvania, have engaged Jim Lamberti Contracting Services, LLC to make their homes geothermal homes. Still need convincing about geothermal heating and cooling yourself? Understanding some of the science behind it and the mechanics as well may help.
One of the best things about heating and cooling your Scranton home with a geothermal system is the negligible maintenance required of you. The systems relative simplicity is reason enough that. But minimal maintenance shouldnt be taken to mean no maintenance.
Youve just gotten or are looking into getting a a new heating and cooling system. Maybe youre considering a new Geothermal HVAC. If so, you probably want to know a bit more about how such a system works. Geothermal HVACs take consistent temperature from the ground to deliver hot or cool air to your...
If your knowledge of geothermal heating and cooling is limited, you ought to know this, at least especially if youre planning on upgrading your current Scranton homes HVAC system or still dont know how best to heat and cool the new home youre building.