Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems provide space conditioning: heating, cooling, and humidity control. They may also provide water heating: either to supplement or replace conventional water heaters.
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Thermal Loop Corporation
522 Underwood Lane
Bel Air, MD 21014
Phone: 410.879.3588
Fax: 410.838.3582

Whether you’re building a new house or considering a new heating and cooling system for your present one, consider the economical and environmental advantages of geothermal energy.

Geothermal energy is an increasingly popular choice, especially for new home construction because of its advantages such as lowering heating and cooling expenses, it’s a safe and renewable energy, tax credits are available, requires little maintenance, and there is a 5-6 year return on investment.

Our company has the resources, services, and experience to assure you of a successful and safe geothermal installation you deserve.

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Please click on the links below for information regarding the tax rebates available in your area!

Maryland State Rebate
Harford County Rebates
Howard County Rebates
Montgomery County Rebates


Federal Residential Energy Property Credit
30% of the total cost of the system
No credit limit for 2009 and beyond
Can be used in more than one year
Can be combined with solar and wind tax credits
Can be combined with energy efficient upgrade credits

Credit Examples
New Home
In 2009, Taxpayer has a new home being built and pays $20,000.00 to install a geothermal heat pump system.

$20,000.00 x 30% = $6,000.00 tax credit

Replacement Unit
In 2009, Taxpayer has an existing geothermal system but replaces a geothermal heat pump installed in 1990.

$7,000.00 x 30% = $2,100.00 credit Qualified geothermal heat pump property expenditures include replacement units as long as they meet the eligibility requirements.

This tax credit can be claimed on “qualified geothermal heat pumps property” installed in a new or existing dwellings located within United States and used as a residence by the taxpayer.

Even if you pay and install a geothermal system in 2008 but you have not moved into the dwelling in 2009, you are still eligible for the tax credit.

There is no limitation of the number times that the residential credit can be claimed. For example, you may install and claim the 30% credit for your main dwelling and a second home.

IRS Form 5695 (2008) is used to claim the Residential Energy Property Credit. Form 5695 for 2009 is not published yet.
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