Homeowners across North America are searching for better ways to get more out of their energy dollar. Many have found that the geothermal heat pump can help. Geothermal energy not only costs less to operate than any other heating and cooling system, but it also helps preserve natural resources and lessens our dependency on fossil fuels.
What is a geothermal heat pump?
A geothermal or “ground-source” heat pump is an electrically powered device that uses the natural heat storage ability of the earth and/or the earth’s groundwater to heat and cool your home or business.
How does it work?
Like any type of heat pump, it simply moves heat energy form one place to another. Your refrigerator works using the same scientific principle. By using refrigeration, the geothermal heat pump removes heat energy stored in the earth and/or the earth’s groundwater and transfers it to the home.
If you are interested in learning more about geothermal before you decide if it's right for you, download this in-depth homeowner's guide to geothermal from Climatemaster. It will answer most of your questions.
If you're ready to get started with your geothermal installation today, don't hesitate to give us a call at 610-965-9736. We're happy to answer any questions you may have.
This video is at the city of Easton's Hugh Moore Park Canal building. Installation was done by Burkholder's.