Geothermal Heat Systems: Earthly Delights

Reviewed by:
Rosemary Thornton
Geothermal (ground-source) systems do not use fossil fuels to create heat and air conditioning but draw energy from several feet below the earth's surface, where temperatures are moderate and steady.

This compact Ground Source Heat Pump has internal heat back-up and an energy efficient blower motor. The hot water system decreases the expense of heating water in the winter and creates virutally free hot water in the summer.

Geothermal is considered a renewable form of energy because the heat and cold is drawn from (and returned to) the earth. The EPA estimates that geothermal heat pumps can save 30% or more compared to traditional hot air furances.

  • Model Shown: GSUJ Ground Source Heat Pump Vertical Design
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