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Robison + Dandelion Energy: A New Partnership for a Greener World

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Are you a homeowner who wants to go green and conserve energy, while also paying less for energy costs? A new cleaner energy solution has arrived, thanks to a unique new partnership between Robison, the region’s leading full-service home comfort company, and Dandelion Energy, the country’s number-one installer of residential geothermal.

The partnership creates a win-win-win for Robison, Dandelion, and homeowners. According to Dan Singer, president of Robison, partnering with Dandelion is the company’s next logical step considering the growth of the green energy market and gives homeowners the opportunity to harness geothermal energy for heating and cooling their homes.

What makes the two companies such a good match? As Shannon Smith, Dandelion’s Chief Growth Officer explains, “Robison has long-standing trusted relationships with their customers and can now offer Dandelion’s innovative geothermal heating and cooling system to those customers ready to transition their homes away from fossil fuels.”

Dandelion makes it simple and affordable for homeowners to replace existing natural gas or heating oil-powered furnaces with efficient, cost-saving geothermal units for heating and air conditioning. With no required upfront costs, a geothermal system can be acquired for $0 down and operate with lower annual costs than heating fuel and central air conditioning.

Anticipated benefits

For homeowners, Robison and Dandelion expect the benefits of their joint effort to be significant, including:

    • Low operating costs: homeowners can expect consistent, affordable pricing with

      geothermal heat pump systems that are able to lower energy costs up to 50% and last roughly 25 years.

    • Renewable technology: heating and cooling homes with the power of the earth is not only

      good for the planet, but also good for your wallet.

    • Energy independent: as concerns increase about the environmental impact of fossil fuels,

      homeowners can stop using and paying for a fossil fuel heating source.

    • Convenient: frequent maintenance and deliveries will no longer be needed.
    • Hyper-efficient: the geothermal energy solution is estimated to be four-times more

      efficient than heating with fuel oil, propane, or natural gas.

    • Increased home value: the installation of heat pumps has been found to increase a home’s

      value by 4% to 7%.

    • Safe: with safety as a top priority, geothermal systems eliminate fumes, flames, and

      leaks.

    • Tax incentives: substantial rebates and tax credits are available to offset costs, including

      New York’s new state tax credit of 25% the cost of geothermal systems, up to $5,000.

robison dandelionHow does geothermal work?

The term “geothermal” may be familiar, but how does it work? The Dandelion Energy home geothermal system replaces the home’s existing air conditioning and heating equipment with a powerful heat pump and safe, underground pipes that efficiently move heat between the earth and your home through a series of exchanges:

  • The geothermal system circulates fluid through ground loops, extracting the earth’s

    constant 55-degree temperature.,

  • In winter, ground loops move heat from the ground into your home and the reverse in

    summer, returning the heat from your home to the ground.

  • The installed heat pump compresses the necessary energy to warm or cool the air to your

    desired temperature.

  • An air handler moves air through the ductwork into your home.

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If you’re considering a move to geothermal, visit DandelionEnergy.com/Robison to learn more and to confirm if your home qualifies.

Robison + Dandelion Partnership
914.810.9862
DandelionEnergy.com/Robison

Robison
914.345.5700
robisonoil.com 

Dandelion Energy
833.GEO.4ALL
dandelionenergy.com

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