I think a different heater would work

My wife, Ralph & I are harshly environmentally conscientious.  Both of us do our best to minimize our carbon footprint & protect our planet.  Both of us both ride our bicycles whenever possible, & rely on public traninterestation when necessary.  Ralph & I recycle, compost & grow our own fruits & vegetables. When all of us built our home, all of us spent extra cash to optimize efficiency.  Although all of us live in an area which requires both heating & cooling for the majority of the year, our plan actually produces more energy than it draws.  Both of us invested in a geothermal heat pump, despite the harshly high cost of replacement. The project was overpriced because of the excavation requirements.  A loop plan was installed below grown to take advantage of the stable, year round temperature of the earth. The systems draws from this free energy source to transfer heat to & from the house.  It does not burn any type of fossil fuel to generate heat. Because of this, the geothermal heat pump generates 4 units of energy for every 1 it uses. Both of us can actually maintain a comfortable year round temperature for around a dollar per afternoon.  There are no red new home gases, carbon monoxide, fumes, or sizzling surfaces. It is clean, quiet, reliable, & low in repair. During the summer, the heat pump effectively combats humidity, & in the winter, it doesn’t overly dry the air. Throughout the year, the heat pump filters the indoor air, trapping airborne contaminants.  To further trim costs & energy consumption, Ralph & I have recently added solar panels to generate power.

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