December 17, 2017
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Geothermal Heat Pumps for Comfort
Because a geothermal heat pump uses the relatively stable temperature of the earth as an energy source, it effortlessly maintains a steady ambient room temperature. You are assured of constant, even heating in the winter and better humidity control in the summer.
The difference is simple: conventional systems rely on high-heat sources such as combustion and that means heat is delivered in bursts to satisfy your thermostat. With geothermal technology, a lower temperature heat source is constantly providing heat, moving a higher volume of air thorough the home than a conventional system. The overall result is a much more even temperature and humidity in every room of the house, eliminating hot spots, cold spots and overly-dry air.
Additionally, with fewer bursts and no noisy outdoor unit to disturb your outdoor environment or your neighbours, geothermal units are designed and constructed for "whisper quiet" operations, similar to your refrigerator.