Heat Pump

The geothermal heat pump works by pumping a water solution through ground-buried pipes, which absorb heat from the earth in the winter and move it to the geothermal system inside the home. Once there, the heat is condensed and transferred to the air that is circulated throughout the house, providing warmth when needed. In the summer, the process is reversed, absorbing heat from the air inside the home and transferring it into the ground through the same loop system.


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