How Does Geothermal Heating Work?
Geothermal heating and cooling uses the natural temperature from deep below the ground to draw heat out and cool your home in the summer. It then does the reverse in winter, drawing heat from the ground and pumping that warmer air it into your home.
When used as a cooling source the pump draws the hot refrigerant from the system out of the compressor and sends this air deep underground. When this air gets underground the heat is absorbed into the ground. This helps cool the refrigerant, which is then sent back through the air handler and pumped into your home.
Our Geothermal Heating Installation Process
With a ClimateMaster geothermal heat pump, there are two systems installed. The outdoor installation requires digging down into the earth, deep enough that the pump can take advantage of the earth’s natural heating sources. The inside installation involves installing a system that will take the heat from the ground and pump it into your home.
Installation takes only a few weeks, which is worth it for 30+ years of comfort and savings! Whether you are building a new home, or you are just looking for a new way to heat your current home, a geothermal heat pump system is worth considering.
Greater Lehigh Valley Geothermal Heating Installation Services
At Jack Lehr, we take prides in our quality workmanship. With over 40 years of experience, we have the skills and expertise to help you make your living spaces comfortable year round. Our qualified staff can install a geothermal heat pump in your home, allowing you to take advantage of the hot air that sits below the earth’s surface.
We pride ourselves on our excellent workmanship and offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. On top of this we also offer competitive pricing on all of our services. If you have any questions regarding having a geothermal system placed in your home, contact us today, we will be happy to help. Call us today at 888-454-7365 or contact us online to learn more!
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