Geothermal Systems

Geothermal Ground-Source Heat Pump Systems

Simply put, a geothermal system works to utilize the thermal storage capability of the earth. A ground-source heat pump moves heat into or out of the earth transferring it to-and-from a structure depending on the season. 


Once installed, the loop in a geothermal system remains hidden beneath the earth's surface and remains functional for decades. A variety of loop configurations can be used, depending on which is most suitable and cost effective for the structure's location and the HVAC loads. Closed loops may be installed vertically/horizontally in the ground, or in a body of water, while open loop systems utilize water wells. The fluid that circulates through the closed loop systems is usually a mixture of water and anti-freeze solution. 


Ground-source heat pumps can be used in both residential and commercial applications.

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