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About Geothermal

Conventional Heating and Air Conditioning systems have been the status quo for too long. Instead of installing a new fossil fuel burning furnace, or electricity draining air conditioner, consider a geothermal comfort system. Use our easy and quick savings calculator to find out how much a geothermal comfort system can save you.

Two For One

A geothermal heat pump is both your heating plant and your air conditioner.

By replacing your heating and air conditioning methods with a WaterFurnace geothermal system you can…

      1) Eliminate high heating oil, gas, propane & electricity bills
      2) Have an environmentally friendly comfort system
      3) Ensure comfort & savings with the most energy efficient, cost effective, and reliable system available.
      4) Get rid of that old noisy AC unit or that loud furnace
      5) Improve your homes indoor air quality

How a WaterFurnace Geothermal System works

No matter what climate you live in, the temperature throughout the year varies. For some climates that means blazing summers that cool to frigid winters. What many people don’t realize is that the temperature below ground (regardless of climate or season) stays fairly consistent all year.

The ground is able to maintain a higher rate of temperature consistency because it absorbs 47% of the suns energy (heat) as it hits the Earth’s surface. WaterFurnace geothermal systems are able to tap into this free energy with an earth loop. This technology is then used to provide your home or office with central heating and cooling.

Heating

How a Geothermal Heat Pump Works

During the heating cycle, a WaterFurnace geothermal heat pump uses the earth loop to extract heat from the ground. As the system pulls heat from the loop it distributes it through a conventional duct system as warm air. The same heat energy can also be used for a radiant floor system or domestic hot water heating.

Cooling

In the cooling mode, the heating process is reversed – creating cool, conditioned air throughout the home. Instead of extracting heat from the ground, heat is extracted from the air in your home and either moved back into the earth loop, or used to preheat the water in your hot water tank.

Geothermal vs. Geoexchange: what’s in a name?

Geothermal energy has been used to heat and air condition buildings for several decades, and, during that time, these geothermal systems have been called many different things. Some of the more popular variations include geo-thermal, geoexchange, ground-water, ground-water assisted, ground-water-source, water-to-water, and even our company name, water furnace heating and cooling.

Whats Next?

Now that you have a basic understanding of how geothermals works its time to try a customized proposal for you home. In just one minute our Savings Calculator will give you an idea of how much money could save by installing a geothermal system. Enter your address and zip code into the Savings Calculator below to discover your geothermal energy savings opportunities

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