Energy Efficiency in Geothermal HVAC


What is Geothermal?

Geothermal HVAC is the use of the ground temperature for heat exchange. A geothermal heat pump or ground source heat pump is a central heating and cooling system that transfers heat to and from the ground. It uses the earth natural heat all the time, without any intermittency, as a heat source or a heat sink. These systems rely on heat transfers between the air and the ground to provide heating and cooling to homes and buildings.    


How Does it Work?

In a geothermal HVAC system, an electrically powered heat pump cycles fluid, through long loops of underground pipes. It is through this process that heat is transferred from ambient air in the building to the ground and vice versa. 


Why Geothermal?

Geothermal HVAC heating and air is a smart, energy efficient, and renewable energy saving solution. Using natural resources that cut down on utility costs, and cut down on gas emissions. Saving you money and saving the environment; all while keeping you comfortable.