Your new geothermal heating system will cut your family’s heating and cooling expenses in half. Geothermal heating is a sustainable way to heat your home in the winter and cool your home in the summer. Yes, you can heat and cool with your geothermal heating system.
A geothermal heat pump gets heat from pipes buried in the ground.
An eco-friendly, food-grade (you could drink it if you felt so inclined, not that we recommend it), antifreeze solution circulates through the pipes, picking up the natural heat stored deep in the ground. The heat is extracted by a heat pump.
The process reverses in the summer.
Heat and humidity are pulled from the house, cooling your home much like a traditional heat pump. A geothermal heating system can:
- Cut your heating and cooling bills by up to 65%.
- Lower your water heating costs by up to 50%.