How Geothermal Systems Work

So When You Say Geothermal Heating, That Means

It sounds like a good idea, but how do geothermal systems really work?

A geothermal heating and cooling system takes the earth’s stored energy which it absorbs and maintains at a constant temperature all year round, whether it’s the hottest day of summer or a cold winter night. A geothermal or ground source heating and air conditioning system takes that consistent, natural temperature from the ground to heat and cool the air in your house. Essentially, it transfers the heat from one location to the other. For example, in the summer it will take the heat from your home and transfer it into the ground. The opposite takes place in the colder months. Feel like you are back in science class?

Long story short—our geothermal systems use the consistent, natural temperature from the ground to heat and cool the air in your home. It is hard to get much more natural than that!

A benefit of making the investment in a geothermal system is that more heat can be generated from the ground source than with any other electric or gas furnace. And, it’s sustainable! Heating and cooling your home with geothermal systems is pretty much the ultimate in hybrid heating and cooling technology.

And that’s how geothermal systems work. So what is holding you back?

Our experts at Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning would be happy to answer any of your questions about using a geothermal system to heat and cool your house. Give our team a call at 866-397-3787 for more information, or schedule a complimentary appointment and free estimate online!