Welcome to EcoTrol Advantages & Benefits

By: Architectural/residential Technologies  09-12-2011
Keywords: heating and cooling

There is no flame or flue, nor any risk of carbon monoxide build-up. Geothermal systems provide safe, reliable heating and cooling throughout the year.

Geothermal systems provide constant, even heating in winter and improved humidity control during the warmer months. There is no unsightly outdoor condensing unit, and the self-contained in-door system runs smoothly and quietly.

Greenhouse gas emissions are greatly reduced with the use of geothermal systems, as they eliminate the on-site burning of fossil fuels and dramatically reduce the need for power generation.

Keywords: heating and cooling

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