Geothermal heating and 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