How Does a Geothermal System Work?
Throughout the year, the ground six feet below the surface remains a constant temperature. A geothermal system works to gather the heat from the earth and transfer it to your home during the winter and move the heat away during the summer. This type of system is extremely effective and uses less energy than a normal heating and air conditioning system that uses electric or gas power.
Advantages of Geothermal Systems
The installation of a geothermal system can be a significant investment, but it is a worthwhile one. These systems tend to last longer than other types of HVAC equipment and work much more efficiently. In addition to installation and replacement services, our Lancaster HVAC specialists can also provide you with repair and maintenance services. Lancaster Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical has been rated A+ by the BBB and we are known for the quality of our products and services.
A few of the other benefits of a geothermal system include:
- Longer life expectancy than other systems
- Reduced energy usage and costs
- Reduced repair costs
- Reduced greenhouse gas emissions
- Using clean energy
- Quieter operating system