Geothermal Systems

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Water Furnace Geothermal Systems
Climate Master Geothermal Systems

The Earth absorbs almost 50% of all solar energy and remains a constant temperature of 50°F to 70°F depending on geographical location. A geothermal unit utilizes this constant temperature for heating and cooling your home.

You can realize up to 60% energy savings vs. traditional systems.  There is no flame, no flue, no odors and no loud outdoor equipment. Heating, air conditioning and hot water can all be attained from a single compact unit.

Save 30%-70% off your home heating costs by switching to Geothermal Heat

As the prices of oil and natural gas continue to rise homeowners continually find it's more and more expensive to heat their homes. And with rising energy costs it's certainly not cheap to air-condition a house in the summer either.


Benefits:

  • Lower Operating Costs
    • Up to 60% energy savings vs. traditional systems.
  • Quiet
    • No loud outdoor equipment.
  • Reliable, Long Life
    • Geothermal units are installed indoors vs. outdoors.
  • Environmentally Friendly
    • Rated best clean heating & cooling technology by the EPA. No greenhouse gases emitted.
How They Work
Heating
In the cooling mode, a geothermal system air conditions your home by reversing the heating process. Instead of extracting heat from the ground, it is extracted from your home and either moved back into the earth loop, or used to preheat the water in your hot tank. Once the heat is removed from the air, it is distributed through the duct system in your home.
 
Cooling
In the cooling mode, a geothermal system air conditions your home by reversing the heating process. Instead of extracting heat from the ground, it is extracted from your home and either moved back into the earth loop, or used to preheat the water in your hot tank. Once the heat is removed from the air, it is distributed through the duct system in your home.
Types
  Horizontal Loop   Vertical Loops   Pond/Lake Loops   Open Loops
(Well-Water Systems)
 
Often used when adequate land surface is available. Depending on system needs and space available, pipes are placed in trenches that range in length from 100 to 400 feet. The ideal choice when available land surface is limited. Drilling equipment is used to bore small-diameter holes from 75 to 300 feet deep. Very economical to install when a large body of water is available. Coils of pipes are simply placed on the bottom of the pond or lake. In ideal conditions, an open looped application can be the most economical type of geothermal system. These use groundwater from a well as a direct energy source.