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Chapman Heating and Air Conditioning
4441 I70 DR NW , Columbia, Missouri, United States

Memberships : NA
Industry : Geothermal
Basic Member
Since Apr, 2021
About Company

Use the power of the earth to heat and cool your home. According to Missouri’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR), homeowners using a Geothermal System save an average of 30–60% off their monthly energy bills when compared to a conventional system.  Chapman Heating & Cooling has been certified by Missouri’s DNR to install geothermal heat pumps, and we’re excited by how many homeowners in new and existing homes are stepping up to save.  They’re saving 30-60% by using free renewable energy found in your backyard instead of fossil fuels.

How Geothermal’s Good for Your Budget

While they sometimes cost more to install in homes than conventional systems because of the ground loop piping, Geothermal Systems typically have the lowest life-cycle cost of any heating and cooling system. Heating and cooling costs for a typical 2,000-sq.-ft. home can run as low as $1 a day.Moreover, installation costs have declined substantially in recent years, and they’re expected to continue to fall as more builders and contractors offer Geothermal Systems and as the industry develops innovative ways to install the systems faster and more efficiently.

Remember, too, that geothermal means extra savings on repair, maintenance and hot water bills. Furthermore, the energy efficiency of the system adds value to the home. The National Association of Realtors Appraisal Journal estimated that a home’s value increases by $10 to $25 for every $1 reduction in utility bills. That’s a lot of equity to build just by choosing geothermal.

How Geothermal’s Good for the Environment

According to data supplied by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Geothermal Technologies, nearly 40% of all U.S. emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) are the result of using energy to heat, cool and provide hot water for buildings. This is about the same amount of CO2 contributed by the transportation sector.  A typical 3-ton residential Geothermal System produces an average of about one pound less carbon dioxide (CO2) per hour of use than a conventional system. To put that in perspective, over an average 20-year lifespan 100,000 units of nominally sized residential Geothermal Systems will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by almost 1.1 million metric tons of carbon equivalents.  That would be the equivalent of converting about 58,700 cars to zero-emission vehicles, or planting more than 120,000 acres of trees. The waste heat removed from the home’s interior during the cooling season can be used to provide virtually free hot water, resulting in a total savings in hot water costs of about 30% annually and lowering emissions even further.

Company NameChapman Heating and Air Conditioning
Business CategoryGeothermal
Address4441 I70 DR NW
Columbia
Missouri
United States
ZIP: 65202
PresidentNA
Year Established1958
EmployeesNA
MembershipsNA
Hours of OperationMonday -Thursday- 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM ,Friday- 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Company Services
  • Geothermal Services
  • Ac Service And Repair
  • Heating Service And Repair
  • Heating Maintenance/tune-ups
  • Financing
  • Energy Savings
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