Geothermal Heat Pumps are very quiet, providing a pleasant environment inside & outside of the building. Geothermal Heat Pumps have no noisy fan units to disturb outdoor activities, on or near the patio.
Geothermal Heat Pumps are durable and highly reliable. The Geothermal Heat Pump contains fewer mechanical components, and all components are either buried in the ground or located inside the building, which protects them from outside conditions. The underground pipe carries up to 50 years warranty.
Using what is called a desuperheater, Geothermal Heat Pumps turn waste heat to the task of heating hot water. During the summer, when the system is in cooling mode, your hot water is produced free as a byproduct of the thermal process. In winter, with the heating mode, the desuperheater heats a portion of your hot [...]
Most of a Geothermal Heat Pump installation is underground. Inside the house, the heat pump units are about the same size as a traditional heating and cooling unit.
Can one system provide both space heating and cooling for my building? And what about heating hot water?geomaster2019-03-06T08:48:39+00:00
Yes. A Geothermal Heat Pump can be a combination heating/cooling and hot water heating system. You can change from one mode to another with a simple flick on your indoor thermostat. Using a desuperheater, some Geothermal Heat Pumps can save you up to 50% on your water-heating bill by preheating tank water.
The Geothermal Heat Pump is one of the most efficient residential heating and cooling systems available today, with heating efficiencies 50 to 70% higher than other heating systems and cooling efficiencies 20 to 40% higher than available air conditioners. That directly translates into savings for you on your utility bills.
Geothermal Heat Pump systems are safe and protected. With no exposed equipment outdoors, children or pets cannot injure themselves or damage exterior units. Geothermal Heat Pumps have no open flame, flammable fuel or potentially dangerous fuel storage tanks.
A Geothermal Heat Pump system moves warm air (32-40(C) throughout your building or business via standard ductwork. An even comfort level is created because the warm air is moved in slightly higher volumes and saturates the building with warmth more evenly. This helps even out hot or colds spots and eliminates the cold air blasts common [...]
The buried pipe, or ground loop, is the most recent technical advancement in heat pump technology. Recently, new heat pump designs and improved buried pipe materials have been combined to make Geothermal Heat Pump systems the most efficient heating and cooling systems available.
Nearly all Geothermal Heat Pump system manufacturers offer a warranty for major components that is equivalent to the warranties for conventional heating and cooling systems. Manufacturers of plastic pipe used for ground loops warrant their products for up to 50 years.