Geothermal heat pump uses the earth's natural heat to circulate between an underground network of pipes and a heat pump located inside the house.
Although geothermal heat pumps are similar to usual heat pumps, they only differ in their use of the land instead of outside air to provide air conditioning and heating.
The principle behind geothermal heat pump technology is that in winter, pumps move heat from the earth into the home and in the summer, the device draws heat from your house, and throws it to the ground.
Such as geothermal heat pumps mostly use renewable energy from the ground, this heat pump is one of the most efficient heating and cooling technology and comfort.
In addition, the geothermal heat pump is mechanically simple and for the most part, they remain underground and protected from the weather, thereby reducing maintenance costs as well.
Geothermal heat pumps are comfortable, durable, non-allergenic, environmentally safe, and clean. Such a heat pump does not only reduces heating and cooling bills but also requires minimal care.
Geothermal heat pumps deliver maximum comfort with heating and cooling in even mode and eliminate hot spots and cold. Heat pumps are environmentally safe because they minimize the environmental threat posed by the burning of fossil fuels, such as acid rain, air pollution, and the greenhouse effect.