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A geothermal system makes use of the largest source of energy available – the ground beneath your feet!
The ground absorbs almost 50% of all solar energy and remains at a near constant temperature of 40 to 60° F year round depending on geographic location.
A geothermal system, consisting of a geothermal unit and an underground loop system, utilizes this constant temperature to transfer energy between your home and the ground to provide you with heating, cooling, and hot water.
In cold weather, a refrigerant circulating inside the sealed loop absorbs heat from the ground and carries it to the geothermal unit. Here it is compressed to a higher temperature and warms the air circulating throughout your home. When it’s warm outside, the system reverses and expels heat from your home to the cooler ground via the same loop system.
This heat exchange process is not only very simple, but also a highly efficient and cost effective way to create a comfortable environment in your home.