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An Overview of Geothermal Heat Pumps (GHPs)

Most people opt for common heating and ventilation systems because that is what they are familiar with. There are, however, other, energy efficient systems available that may be better for your home or business – like Geothermal Heat Pumps (GHPs).

GHPs are nothing new to the heating and cooling world – having been around for over 70 years – but people are just now beginning to take notice of these highly efficient, energy saving systems.

What makes a Geothermal Heat Pump so Energy Efficient?

GHPs use the Earth’s heat, converting it into a source of energy. The reason this is so efficient is because absorbs heat from the within the earth where the temperature is always constant. This allows the GHP to produce higher efficiencies, from 300-600%.

Normal HVAC systems only amount to 175-250% efficiency.

Other Benefits of Geothermal Heat Pumps

Healthier heating and cooling: The air will be cleaner, allowing ventilation to be constantly running. This is healthier than traditional air conditioning units that circulate the same stale air over and over.

Durability: GHPs typically last even longer than traditional HVAC systems.

Money: The energy saving properties can earn a user their money back after 5 to 10 years of use.

If you have any further questions about Geothermal Heat Pumps or wish to schedule a service call, please contact Clean Air Heating and Air Conditioning Co., Inc. by calling 1-866-934-6782 or click here today!

Clean Air is Maryland’s trusted resource for heating and air conditioning since 1972. Our professional and courteous staff has the experience to help you with any heating and cooling installation or repair need. Call today to schedule an appointment for a free in home consultation.

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