Geothermal Heat Pumps use the solar energy stored underground to provide heating, cooling, and hot water for homes and buildings.
The earth absorbs and stores almost 50% of the sun’s solar energy. Because of this, the temperature four to six feet below ground is moderate and stable staying between 45°F – 70°F. The geothermal system uses this to transfer heat from one place to another using a ground loop field buried in the yard. The loop field circulates a water-based solution through a series of pipes.
The flow center resides on your unit or on a wall nearby the geothermal system. It is the tool used to pump the water-based solution in the ground loop to the unit in the house or building so heating or cooling can be dispersed throughout.
Indoor Heat Pump
Two Ways To Heat or Cool
Forced Air Heating and Cooling