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Geothermal Heating and Cooling

Geothermal energy is largely used in two distinct ways – to heat homes and other buildings or to create electricity. The first is the best-known and easiest to understand. Geothermal heat pumps transfer the moderate heat found not far below the Earth’s surface into homes and buildings through a looping pipe system.

When it’s cold outside, the fluid in the pipes warms as it travels through the stretch of pipe buried underground, where temperatures in the upper 10 feet of the Earth remain at a constant 50 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The system then carries the now-warmed fluid into a home or building, where the geothermal unit uses it to heat air circulated through your home via a standard duct system.

Save Money

Homeowners save 30-70 percent on heating and 20-50 percent on cooling costs by using geothermal heat pumps compared to other conventional systems.

Will It Last

The indoor components typically last about 25 years and more than 50 years for the ground loop. Give us a call for more information.


The system has fewer moving parts and is protected from outdoor elements, so it requires minimal maintenance.