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Geothermal Doesn't Cost.
It Saves!
Mortgage payment plus utility costs are less on a house with geothermal than on a house with conventional systems.


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Endorsed by USDOE & EPA as most energy-efficient, environmentally clean and cost-effective.

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_______________ Tremendous Savings : Geoexchange systems represent a savings to homeowners of around 70% in the heating mode, and up to 50% in the cooling mode compared with conventional systems.

You don't need an expensive air conditioner and furnace. GO for a high efficiency HEAT PUMP.


Some Commercial Jobs:


Dugway High School Tooele School District 280 loops @ 250 ft.
Wasatch Academy Mt. Pleasant 10 loops @ 350 ft.
SLC Library Glendale Branch 32 loops @300 ft.
Carbon Co. Courthouse Price 60 loops @ 300 ft.
IHC Clinic Draper 32 loops @ 300 ft.
QBP Bike Shop Ogden 120 loops @ 300 ft.
Apartment Complex Brigham City 36 loops @ 300 ft.
Vreins Truck Stop No. Salt Lake 30 loops @ 200 ft.
Snow Creek Cottages Park City 24 loops @ 200 ft.
Apartment Complex Bear Lake 30 loops @ 200 ft.
Hill Force Base Ogden 5 loops @ 300 ft.

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Our Mission Statement
Palace GeoThermal is committed to promoting heating and cooling systems which protect the environment and provide substantial operating cost savings to business and the home owner while delivering superior comfort and reliability.

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This site has information about the following:
What is Geoexchange Technology?
Learn how geoexchange, or ground source heating, collects heat from the sun stored below ground through buried fluid-filled pipes and transfers it to an indoor heat pump.

What is Geothermal Drilling?

How Much Does It Cost?
There are many factors that affect the cost of a geothermal heat pump system:
Size of house
Quality of insulation, windows, and air infiltration of house
Location and elevation of house
Size and terrain of building lot
Type of ground beneath house, i.e.  rocky, sandy, dry, wet etc.
Type of heat pump equipment specified
Verticle or horizontal loop
According to the U.S. Dept. of Energy a geothermal unit will pay for itself in 7 to 10 years. Subsidies and tax incentives, which vary from state to state, can make the systems even more affordable.

Information About Rising Energy Costs:
For the average homeowner, Questar's natural gas prices increased $217 in one year. Find out about projected energy increases here. See how mortgage payment plus utility costs are less on a house with geothermal than on a house with conventional heating and cooling.

Find out about ground source heat pumps and how one can heat a house with 50° ground temps. Get answers to your questions like: Can one geothermal system provide both space heating and cooling for my home?

Learn about the many advantages to geothermal heating and cooling system, like geoexchange systems represent a savings to homeowners of around 70% in the heating mode and up to 50% in the cooling mode compared with conventional systems. Conservative estimates show that for every unit of energy into a geoexchange system, 3 additional free units of energy are transferred from the ground – 400% verses a high efficiency gas furnace at around 90% (US Dept. of Energy).

Some of our Projects:
Check out some of our work.

Educational Links about Geothermal Technology:
Learn how geothermal or geoexchange technology is easier on the wallet and the environment. Check out endorsements from the Dept. of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency. Study fact sheets or view videos about geothermal heating and cooling systems.

Study Cost Comparisons:
See how traditional heating and cooling systems compare to geothermal systems. See how you'll save money.

Heat Pumps: Find out how geothermal heat pumps work and why geothermal heat pumps are so efficient.

Care for the Earth:
Find out interesting info like geoexchange qualifies as a renewable energy - a typical two bedroom house-sized installation is equivalent to taking two cars off the road or planting one acre of trees. Or, see how we can reduce our dependence on foreign energy sources because geoexchange systems use far less of our natural resources.

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Palace Geothermal, 5673 W. Goldstone Dr.,
South Jordan, Utah 84095; 801-573-3420

We are licensed drillers, licensed contractors and certified installers of geothermal loop systems also known as geoexchange systems; serving Utah.

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This site was last revised on July 4, 2014

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