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Question DetailsAsked on 6/3/2011

Geo-thermal heating

Would it be practical and cost-effective to have a geo-thermal heating system installed in an existing single-family house located on a city or suburban lot?

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For a typical sized home, you can expect to pay anywhere from $9,000 to $14,000 for a geothermal heat pump. The practicality and cost difference would largely depend on your home's size and build date — as well as your current utility bills. For more information, try contacting a local provider such as Massmann Geothermal & Mechanical in Maple Grove or e-mail jason@massmanngeothermal.com.

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