Geothermal News for Long Island

What most homeowners say they love most about a geothermal heating and cooling system is that it has so little in the way of moving parts. There’s just that much less that can fall apart– that much less to maintain. That said, the system isn’t totally devoid of moving parts. the bulk of them are...
It’s an insurmountable fact: replacing your existing HVAC system with a geothermal heating and cooling system is a pricy proposition. Front-end costs here in Long Island tend to be anywhere from $10,000 to $30,000 – or more. That said, geothermal benefits can easily override any anxieties about...
You know that clean-running, low-maintenance, highly energy-efficient geothermal heating and cooling system you’ve been eying but couldn’t afford? Well, you’re in luck! Because, as of February 2018, the federal government’s 30% geothermal tax credit is back again! And what was heretofore a financial...
Yes, indeed, it’s a big step to endorse the installation of a geothermal heating and cooling system for your home. But it is a step up. And many Long Island homeowners will affirm that – particularly those who went with ZBF Geothermal for their geothermal system installation. If you’re still trying...
Plenty of people here in Long Island, NY, have recruited ZBF Geothermal to make their homes geothermal homes. Still need persuading about geothermal heating and cooling yourself? Understanding a little of the science behind it – and the mechanics as well – may help.
Long Island homeowners’ initial doubts about going geothermal frequently have to do with these five fears: Fear of High Up-Front Costs, Fear of “Too Little Too Late” Return on Investment, Fear That the Technology Remains “Unproven,” Fear That Geothermal Heating and Cooling May Not Be the Best...
One of the best things about heating and cooling your Long Island home with a WaterFurnace geothermal system is that it requires so little maintenance. The system’s relative simplicity accounts for that. Still, minimal maintenance shouldn’t be taken to suggest no maintenance.
You’ve just bought or are mulling over buying a a new heating and cooling system. Maybe you’re considering a new Geothermal HVAC. If so, you very likely want to know a little more about how such a system works. Geothermal HVACs take consistent temperature from the ground to put hot or cool air into...
If you know nothing else about geothermal heating and cooling, know this – especially if you’re considering redoing your current Long Island home’s HVAC system or pondering how best to heat and cool the new home you’re having built for you.