Did you know there is a way to keep your house warm in the winter and cool in the summer without breaking the bank? Geothermal heating and cooling systems let you save money while reducing your energy usage. Call ThermAll Heating & Cooling, Inc. for installations and repairs in Yakima and Ellensburg, WA. We guarantee satisfaction with every job!
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How Geothermal Heating Works
A geothermal heating system provides warmth to your house while saving money and energy. It does this through the following methods:
- It moves temperature-conducting fluid through underground pipes under your home.
- The fluid collects the thermal energy deposited in the earth from the sun.
- The heat is circulated back into the pump and distributed throughout the property through the air ducts.
What To Know About Geothermal Cooling
Geothermal cooling systems basically work in the reverse of the heating process. With these systems, your heat pump removes the heat from the air circulating throughout your house and transfers it to the fluid that circulates into the ground. Since the ground is at a lower temperature, the heat will disperse from the fluid to the ground. Then, the cooler air is returned back into your home, making your house comfortable all summer.
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Benefits of Geothermal Heating and Cooling
Geothermal heating and cooling systems can provide many benefits for your household. Some of the advantages they offer can include:
- These systems are one of the most environmentally-friendly ways to heat and cool your home.
- These units cost less to operate than more traditional heating and cooling systems.
- These systems can pay for themselves in an estimated three to five years.
- These units can last between 10 and 15 years, depending on their usage and upkeep.
- These systems operate more quietly than other units, and they can encounter fewer problems than more traditional HVAC units.
- These units can lower the humidity in your home and improve the indoor air quality.
- These systems can also produce hot water.