If you’ve been looking for heating and cooling options, you’re no stranger to technical articles and a lot of information about efficiency, energy costs, and maintenance. We decided to cut out all of the technical talk and go straight to the source for answers to our geothermal system questions.
Mike Puckett is one of a kind at Chapman Heating and Air. His passion for teaching, knowledge of the HVAC industry and philanthropic efforts make him the perfect fit for the Technician Trainer and Talent Acquisition role at Chapman. The first and only person to hold this title at Chapman, Mike has spent his career learning the HVAC industry and is passionate about passing down his knowledge.
Geothermal systems use the natural insulating properties of the earth to keep temperatures inside the home consistent. When seasons change, the temperature outside naturally changes but temperatures underground remain consistent. More and more people are switching to geothermal options for heating and cooling their homes.
One of the things many people love about owning a home is an attractive lawn and pretty garden. So when we talk to homeowners about energy savings and other benefits of a geothermal (or ground source) heat pumps, they often raise concerns about what will happen to their yards.
All month long, we’re talking about water. When was the last time you stopped and thought about the quality of your water, how it’s affecting your appliances and what you can do about it?
Here in Indiana, we’re known for things like Basketball and Indy Car racing. Ask a plumbing professional and they will tell you Indiana is also known for having very hard water. So, what is hard water and why is Indiana so prone to it?