Paradise by the Sea sounds like a paradise in Rosemary Beach Florida because it is! Imagine soaking up the rays in your sprawling luxury home’s back porch or balcony while viewing out to the Emerald Coast and knowing your home’s geothermal heating and cooling system is the greenest choice!
Paradise by the Sea is a single family gated community located on the east end of 30A and next to Rosemary Beach, Alys Beach, Seacrest Beach, and Inlet Beach. It’s also close to all of the restaurants, fine boutique shops, architectural delights and more. The lots and homes in this area start in the high 900’s and some reach over 5 million. Just depends on what you’re looking for.
Geothermal heating and cooling systems are almost in every home of Paradise by the Sea in Rosemary Beach 30A. The choice for the addition of the geothermal technology’s modern feature instead of building the homes with a standard air source heat pump system is a smart geothermal technology move for the owners.
While standard air-pumping systems run inconsistent outside temperatures through a heat pump to heat a home, the electrically-efficient and environmentally-friendly geothermal heating and cooling systems use more consistent ground temperatures to heat and cool homes. Many Paradise by the Sea homeowners have chosen to go more “green” then the neighboring communities and it has paid off in the long run. Among the most cost effective, long-term solutions for heating and air conditioning is the ground-source heat pump more typically known as a geothermal heating and cooling systems.
This system utilizes the natural capacity of the earth’s soil or groundwater to keep heat, storing this heat and sending it to homes and other buildings. The groundwater and soil of the earth keeps a rather continuous temperature level a couple of feet below the ground surface area making geothermal systems a reliable technology for heating as well as for cooling. This type of system can be retrofitted into existing buildings and homes for heating and cooling and even offering a warm water source. You can lower your energy foot print, conserves on your utility costs and do your part in decreasing contamination by relying less on nonrenewable fuel sources.
Each geothermal heating and cooling unit contains a ground loop, an indoor heat pump, and a flow center which links the outdoor and indoor heating devices together. The heat pump removes the heat from one area (the earth) and deposits it to another (the home) utilizing the ground loop as the channel for transfer. The open or closed loop systems constantly transfer the liquid over and over to maintain the transference of heat. The beauty of geothermal heating systems is that they can be utilized for almost any size home.
We are currently underway with projects for the Rosemary Beach, Florida area in geothermal technology and we look forward to helping this area of 30A become a more energy efficient community in their use of “green” technology. To learn more about this, give us a call at 678-673-1822.