Forced Air Geothermal Systems – How They Work & Options
There are two different types of geothermal systems that a home owner can use in their home. This will clarify Forced Air Geothermal Systems and How They Work in your home.
Geothermal systems are capable of producing hot and cold air and hot and cold water. Most homes utilize hot and cold air options with a series of ducts throughout the house. The geothermal system extracts heat in the winter from the earth and compresses it and blows it through out the home via ductwork. In the summertime, the geothermal system collects heat from inside the house via ductwork, compresses it and discharges it back to the earth. Any form of heat pump system is simply moving heat around.
Imagine a home in which the temperature is always comfortable, yet the heating and cooling system is out of sight. That system performs efficiently but doesn’t require extensive maintenance or knowledge on the part of the owners. The air smells fresh; you can hear the birds chirping and the wind rustling lazily through the trees. The home shares energy with the earth similar to the way the roots of the trees exchange the essentials of life to their leaves and branches. Sounds comfortable, doesn’t it? Geothermal heating and cooling makes that vision a reality. Geothermal HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) brings a building in harmony with the earth beneath, taking advantage of subterranean temperatures to provide heating in the winter and cooling in the summer.
We sell the latest geothermal heating and cooling technology that offers superior comfort, maximum efficiency and lower utility bills.
Forced Air Geothermal Heating and Cooling Units
We sell ClimateMaster, WaterFurnace, Bosch, and many other brands.
WaterFurnace 3,5,7 Series (shown is 7 Series)
WaterFurnace offers the WaterFurnace 7 Series™ provides homeowners the ultimate in comfort and performance and represents our finest products.
And geothermal heating and cooling requires no flame, no odors, no danger of fumes and no oil tanks or propane lines to worry about.