The Power of the Earth

      Geothermal Heating & Cooling       

Geothermal systems offer a renewable energy alternative to fossil fuels using the solar energy absorbed by the earth to heat and cool building structures. Working with a earth coupling system, geothermal heating and cooling systems utilize the nearly constant temperature of the earth to exchange energy between a building and the earth.

How does it work? Geothermal systems transfer heat from a building structure to the earth in the cooling mode, and from the earth to a building in the heating mode. Water is used as the heat transfer medium through an earth coupling system in the ground. By using this stable thermal source, geothermal heat pumps provide energy efficient comfort year round. In winter, water circulating through the underground coupling system absorbs heat from the earth and carries it to the geothermal unit. Here it is compressed to a higher temperature and sent as warm air to the indoor system for circulation throughout the building. In the summer, the system reverses and expels heat from the building into the cooler earth via the coupling system. This heat exchange process is not only natural, but is a natural and highly efficient way to create a comfortable climate in a home or building. Most geothermal systems also include a hot water generator, which diverts a portion of the supplied heat to the domestic water heater.

Earth Coupling Systems

    Geothermal Installation and Service Specialists

  • Vertical Loops
  • Horizontal Loops
  • Pond Loops
  • Open to Recycle Systems
  • Standing Column Well Systems
  • Radiant Heat
  • Zoning Systems
  • Humidifiers
  • Pool Heaters - Indoor & Outdoor
  • Planned Maintenance Agreements

Geothermal systems require only a small amount of electricity to exchange heat with the earth, saving money each month on your utility bills.

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