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What is Geothermal Heating and Cooling and How Does it Work?

What is Geothermal Heating and Cooling and How Does it Work?

By Teresa Haire
 
(HVAC) Heating and Cooling, Geothermal Heating and Cooling Expert – Washington, MO
 
Looking for ideas on how your home energy costs?  Want to explore green energy options? Lots of people don’t even know what geothermal heating and cooling system are or how they work.  Here's a simple explanation.
 
The Earth collects about 50% of the sun's energy and remains a contant temperature of 50°F to 70°F depending on the geographic location. A system that utilizes geothermal energy, can use this constant temperature to offer you significant savings whenever you are trying to heat and cool your home.
 
What many individuals don't realize is that it is possible to save as much as 60% of their energy costs when they compare them against traditional heating and cooling (hvac) systems. There is no flame, no flue, no odors and no loud outdoor equipment. A single compact unit can be used as a hot water heating system as well as for heating and air conditioning your home.

 Geothermal heating and cooling insights
 
Teresa Haire is a heating and cooling (HVAC) and geothermal expert. She is the owner of Jim's Heating and Cooling in Washington, Missouri. Their service area includes the communities surrounding the towns of Union, Eureka, Wildwood, Sullivan, St. Clair, Hermann, Pacific, Owensville and Warrenton and West St. Louis County.
 
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