Does a ground source heat pump pay back in McCormick, SC?

Asked by Betty Wyse
Saint Thomas, MO

We will be building a new home there and are from Missouri.


Answered by Erik Henry

Brownsburg, IN

ELH Construction LLC

November 28, 2012

Ground source heating is the same through out the country.

The pay back depending on the tax incentives and your local utility company incentives should be from 7 to 15 years.

You will also enjoy other options like drive way melt, in-floor heating, and pre heating your domestic hot water.


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