What does it do?You don’t even need to click through to the product’s website, I have summarised all they have to say about themselves here:
A guide teaching you about Geothermal Heating
- Showing you how the pump transforms the temperature into heat or cold
- Teaching you the concept of Geothermal Heating and how it works
- Teaching you how to borrow the earth’s natural warmth
- Showing you how to system operates during the winter
- Showing you the anatomy of a Geothermal Heat Pump
Is anyone actually buying it?Time for some hard facts. We can turn to statistics provided by the payment processor. They have something called the product’s “Gravity”. It’s an indication of how well the product is selling. I’ve processed this figure and turned it into a rating out of 100. Products with a high rating are popular. DIY Geothermal Heat Pump scores 72.43/100 which is around standard.
Time to buy – your optionsHopefully by now you’ve read through the résumé of what the product does (or claims to do…). You’ve examined the user reviews and testimonials. Perhaps you’ve even decided you might like to buy the product. So what now?
Option 1: Buy DirectYou click on the following link to http://www.diy-geothermal-journal.com/index1.php, and find their link to buy the product. You’ll be taken to the payment processor page and you can pay with a credit/debit card or PayPal. At the time of writing the standard price for the product was $297.
Option 2: Buy Through My LinkIf you click this link: diy-geothermal-journal.com you’ll also be taken through to diy-geothermal-journal.com, where you can buy the product in the same way as the first option. This time though, because you arrived at the site via a special link, I get the credit for sending over a potential buyer. If you do end up buying, I will be given a commission. There’s no difference in the cost to you. You might want to go for this option if:
- You feel my site has helped you and you’d like to show your appreciation.
- You’d like to receive a purchase bonus (see below)