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During the summer, geothermal cooling systems absorb heat from your home and transfer it to the underground piping system where it is absorbed by the cooler earth. The geothermal heat pump uses the cool water returning from the ground to create cool, dehumidified air conditioning for your home.
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During the winter, geothermal heating systems circulate water through a piping system and exchange heat between your home, the ground source heat pump, and the earth. This heat is carried to the ground source heat pumps where it’s concentrated and then sent as warm, comfortable air throughout your home.
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The ground absorbs nearly half of the solar energy that our planet receives. As a result, the Earth remains at a constant moderate temperature just below its surface all year long. However, air temperature varies greatly from summer to winter, making traditional heating and cooling least efficient when you need it most.
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When you need heat the most, the air outside is coldest, and when you need air conditioning the most, the air outside is hottest, making a traditional air source heat pump work hard. A geothermal heat pump doesn’t have to work as hard, therefore it consumes less energy and is much more energy efficient.
Geothermal heating and cooling systems use the stable temperature underground to heat and cool your home with an underground piping system, commonly referred to as a “loop”. Water circulates in the loop to exchange heat between your home, the ground source heat pump, and the earth, providing geothermal heating and cooling for your home.