Today, owners, architects, and contractors face many challenges in the design and construction of their projects. Challenges such as usable space, indoor air quality, energy efficiency, maintenance costs, building longevity, and the LEED® program all come to the forefront of the design process. When considering the solutions to these challenges, the type of HVAC system chosen directly affects each one.
Lowest First Cost
Recent changes in building design and State and Federal regulations and rebates often times make a Geothermal system the lowest first cost when compared to a conventional system. This is especially true when we take into account the saved costs in installing a correctly sized system to meet your efficiency goals rather than the industry standard of over sizing equipment which leads to poor efficiencies and higher first costs.
50% Off Total Cost
There are many tax incentives to installing and operating a Geothermal system, including a 10% Federal Tax Credit, accelerated Depreciation and deductions often account for a savings of 50% of the installed cost of the system. The GBL Geothermal team stands ready to assist your tax professionals when navigating the tax incentives for your Geothermal system.
Commercial Installation Types
Today’s offices equipped with computers, copiers and other office tools can dramatically affect the heating and cooling load of a given space. When considering heating and cooling loads, rising energy costs demand an HVAC system that is efficient while building designs require a system that is also flexible. GBL Geothermal has a solution for practically any application, and does so with some of most energy efficient HVAC systems available on the market today. GBL Geothermal only installs products that exceed the new federal mandated efficiency minimums.