WHAT IS GEOTHERMAL HEATING/COOLING?
Approximately six feet below the Earth’s surface, the ground maintains a constant temperature of about 55 degrees in the Hudson Valley. A geothermal heat pump circulates a non-toxic mixture of water and antifreeze through a series of pipes, known as loops, which are installed underground. In winter, the Earth’s natural heat is drawn through a heat pump which transfers it to your home. In summer, excessive indoor heat is drawn away from your home through the heat pump which transfers it back to the ground.
Up to 70% reduction in heating/cooling costs
No oil or gas bills energy efficiency
No combustion, flames, fumes or risk of carbon monoxide poisoning
No unsightly or noisy equipment
Clean, quiet, unsurpassed indoor air quality
Reliable temperature and humidity levels for total comfort
System is highly dependable and requires little maintenance
The GREEN choice-no reliance on fossil fuels