How it Works

Geothermal Heating and Cooling
The ground around your home or business has the potential to be an energy source for your heating and cooling needs. While the outdoor air temperatures fluctuate throughout the year, temperatures six to eight feet underground stay fairly constant and moderate. A geothermal system utilizes these near constant temperatures by circulating a water-based solution through a loop system buried in the ground. Contact East Coast Geothermal at 888-GEO-ENGY for more information.
Basic Components:
  • Underground loops of virtually indestructible plastic piping
  • A water/antifreeze solution
  • An indoor heat pump
  • An air distribution system
 

How Geothermal Works:
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