Geothermal Heat Pumps take advantage of the earth's natural below-ground temperature to heat in the winter and cool in the summer.
Energy from the sun is absorbed by the earth and stored underground. When it is cold outside, a heat pump extracts heat from the ground and pumps it indoors for low-cost, efficient heating. When the weather is warm, the system works in reverse. Heat is pumped out of the house and transferred to the ground. The result is central air conditioning.
Geothermal heat pumps provide central cooling and heating – all from the same system – using renewable energy resources stored below the earth's surface. As a bonus, the system provides domestic hot water. Geosystem technology is an extremely competitive option for both residential and commercial new construction.
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