I keep toying with the idea of converting the house heating system to Geothermal.
I checked into it about 4 years ago and figured it would cost about $20,000 to convert the house. That's OK but the payback was going to be something around 10 to 11 years.
I have heard recently that the cost of conversion is way down and conversly the price of Natural Gas is up, and unlikely to come down - so the mathematics involved in payback calcs probably are very different.
Also with Geothermal I can do away with the air-conditioning so would save on electrical bills as well.
I converted the swimming pool to strictly solar heating about foour years ago and cut my Gas bill in half - if I could chop it another 50 to 75% it would be worth looking at.
Anyone have it - +'s / -'s ???
Anything to look out for?