Ground Source Geothermal

Generate Energy From The Ground

Ground Source Geothermal

Ground source geothermal is the foundation of a highly efficient and carbon neutral building. Since ground source geothermal heat pumps running at efficiencies up to 400%, they are the future of heating and cooling generation. This is achieved by using 75% of the energy required to heat or cool from the Earth itself and 25% from electricity to run the pumps and heat pump compressor. With millions of applications in operation around the world and in the US, the reliability and efficiency is well proven.

Run At Efficiencies Of Up To 400%

Greatly Reduce Your Energy Bill

Future Of Heating And Cooling

How Ground Source Geothermal Works

Heating

Circulate Liquid Through Heat Exchanger Underground

The liquid solution, water & antifreeze, circulates in a loop underground and absorbs the Earth’s heat.

Warmed Liquid Transferred to Heat Pump

The liquid is pumped to the surface and transferred to a heat pump.

Heat Pump Warms The Air

The heat pump will use the warm liquid to warm the air and transfers the air into your ventilation system.

Ducts Circulate Air To Your Home

Your ventilation system transfers the warm air throughout your home keeping you comfortable & safe from the cold.

Cooling

Absorbs Heat In Your Home

The fluid in the loop absorbs the heat from your home.

Heated Liquid Circulates Through Heat Exchanger Underground

The heated liquid is pumped underground where the temperature is cooler which cools the liquid in the system.

Cooled Liquid Transferred Back Into Your Home

The cooled liquid is pumped to the surface and back into your home.

Cools The Air

The cooled liquid cools the air in your ventilation system.

Ducts Circulate Air To Your Home

Your ventilation system transfers the cooled air throughout your home keeping you comfortable & reducing your bill on AC.

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