Geo-Thermal

Geothermal pumps are an excellent energy-efficient method for heating and cooling a home. Also known as ground source heat pumps, this particular type of HVAC system has been around for more than 20 years. However, it is just starting to become more popular as a heating and cooling option for residential and commercial properties. A grounded heat pump is used to channel water through a looped pipe. The refrigerant that is located inside the heat pump is warmed or cooled by them water which uses the temperature of the surrounding soil. Air is distributed through the property using a fan and through ductwork to various rooms. Geothermal pumps are somewhat similar to traditional heat pumps except that the geothermal pumps utilize the temperature of the soil to provide warm or cool air to a home.

By using renewable energy from the ground, geothermal pumps have become one of the most energy-efficient heating and air conditioning options currently available on the market. Individuals that are aiming for more environmentally friendly ways of heating and cooling their homes prefer geothermal pumps. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has concluded that geothermal pumps are capable of reducing energy bills up to 40%.

CoolzHeating keeps abreast of the latest in heating and air conditioning technology. We are dedicated to offering our customers an assortment of HVAC options for their homes. Geothermal pumps are an excellent choice for anyone that is looking for an environmentally friendly way to heat and cool their homes. The pumps do require a deep ground installation that involves drilling. The underground equipment and piping is guaranteed for 25-50 years. Thus, there are very little maintenance costs at all. There are numerous people that are willing to invest in the installation of a geothermal pump as it not only provides a reliable heating and cooling option, but there is less chance of incurring expenses related to maintenance.

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