Geothermal Air Conditioning
Be it new or old, large or small, a geothermal system could be a cost-friendly heating and cooling option for your home. Because a geothermal air conditioning system heats and cools your home by circulating water through looped, underground piping, these systems can operate at 450% efficiency.
How Does Geothermal Heat and Cool?
Geothermal systems extract heat deep within the earth, using a compression system to heat and cool your home year round. A geothermal air conditioning system is essentially a closed loop, buried underground filled with a non-toxic solution, powered by a low-wattage pump.
Maximum Energy Efficiency, Minimum Expense
Using the earth as a condenser, the system exchanges heat and coolness with the ground as water is pumped through the system. Safe non-ozone refrigerant generated by the system heats and cools your home. According to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), a geothermal air conditioning system can save a Chester County, Delaware County and Montgomery County area homeowner 40-70% on heating costs and 30-50% on cooling cost.
Geothermal Heating and Cooling Installation
Since the closed system that powers your geothermal air conditioning system is installed in the ground, there are a number of installation options available. To determine if a geothermal system is an appropriate option for your home, schedule a site assessment with a MoreVent specialist.