GeothermalXperts, Inc. - Texas based Certified Geothermal Designers, Installers, Service Technicians.
Proudly serving the following counties, cities and areas in Southeast Texas: Harris County, Montgomery County, Fort Bend County, Aldine, Atascocita,
Baytown, Bellaire, Bunker Hill Village,Champions, Cloverleaf, Conroe, Crosby, Cypress, Deer Park, Fairbanks, Fairfield, Friendswood, Fresno, Galena Park,
Greenwood Forest, Hedwig Village, Heights, Highlands, Hilshire Village, Hockley, Hot Wells, Hufsmith, Humble, Hunters Creek Village, Imperial Oaks, J
acinto City, Jersey Village, Katy, Kemah, Kingwood, Klein, Kohrville, La Porte, League City, Magnolia, Manvel,Memorial, Montgomery, Montrose, Missouri City,
New Caney, New Kentucky, Northgate Forest, Oak Ridge North, Patton Village, Pasadena, Pearland, Pinehurst, Piney Point Village, Ponderosa
Forest, Porter, Porter Heights, Rayford, Richmond, Satsuma, Seabrook, Sheldon, Shenandoah, Shoreacres, Sienna Plantation, Splendora, Spring,
Spring Valley, Stafford, Stagecoach, SugarLand, Tanglewood, The Woodlands, Taylor Lake Village, Tomball, Webster,
Westador, Westfield, West University Place, Woodbranch, Woodloch, Willis.

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5303 Glenmont Suite F
Houston, Texas 77081
Ph: 713-666-1101 Fax: 713-666-2476
service@indoorcomfortspecialist.com
State Lic. #TACL-A-606C

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Geothermal General Information Packet

Table of Contents
• 8 Reasons Why You'll Fall in Love with Geothermal
• Geothermal Solutions – Article By Ray Ben Erskins
• What You Should Know about Geothermal
• Geothermal Heat Pumps: What are they?
• Mechanics of the Heat Pump Process
• Closed Loop Systems
• Open Loop Systems
• Geothermal Heat Pumps: Parts of the System
• Benefits of Geothermal Heating/Cooling
• Questions YOU should ask
• Glossary
• Geothermal Tax Credits

GEO Journal / All The Latest News Regarding Geothermal Heating And Cooling Systems

Featured Articles
• Residential geothermal tax credit now available
• A beginners guide to geothermal
• The system installer and you
• EarthPure, the refrigerant choice for the future
• Habitat for Humanities green neighborhood
• National Historic Landmark Achieves LEED Certification
• Add-on heat pump makes more sense with geothermal
• Geothermal, the answer for comfort
• The smart, responsible choice for families and homes
• Radiant floor heating, the ultimate in comfort
• How efficient is your heating and cooling system?
• The ClimaDry™ dehumidification system

Guide To Federal Tax Incentives For Residential Geothermal Heat Pumps

Residential Geothermal Tax Incentives
• 30% of total GHP system cost
• Credit limited to $2000 for 2008
• No limit to credit amount for 2009 to 2016
• Can be used to offset AMT tax
• Can be combined with solar and wind tax credits
• Can be used in more than one year

Eligibility:
• Home must be located in the U.S.
• Includes houses, apartments, condos, mobile homes
• Does not have to be your main home
• GHP must meet Energy Star requirements
• Installed between 1/1/2008 and 12/31/2016

Guide To Federal Tax Incentives For Commercial Geothermal Heat Pumps

Commercial Geothermal Tax Incentives
• 10% of total GHP system cost
• No limit to total credit amount
• Can be used to offset AMT tax
• Can be combined with solar and wind tax credits
• Can be used in more than one year
• 10% grant available in lieu of tax credit

Accelerated Depreciation:
• 5 year MACR depreciation for entire GHP system
• Eligible for 50% first-year bonus depreciation for 2008 - 2009

Eligibility:
• Building located in U.S.
• Original use begins with taxpayer
• Installed between 10/3/2008 and 12/31/2016