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- Heat Pump Installation
- Heat Pump Repair
- Ductless Mini-Split Installation
- Ductless Mini-Split Repair
- Geothermal Installation
- Geothermal Repair
- Boiler Installation
- Boiler Repair
- Packaged Unit Installation
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Geothermal Installation in Maumee, OH
While each of the different heating or cooling systems boasts its own unique benefits, none of them can offer the benefits that a geothermal system can. Geothermal heating and cooling is incredibly efficient, but widely underrated in the market. Geothermal installation is not easy task, so make sure to contact a professional!
A geothermal HVAC system is a great way to heat and cool your home here in Maumee. Get in touch with AW Heating & Cooling today to learn more about these systems.
How Geothermal Systems Work
A geothermal system functions much like a heat pump, in that it uses heat transference to both heat your home in the winter and cool it in the summer. What makes this system different, however, is that it doesn’t rely on the outside air for temperature control. Instead, it siphons thermal energy from underground.
Installation involves burying an underground loop system filled with either water or a mixture of water and antifreeze. This underground loop is what siphons thermal energy, making the efficient heat transfer process possible.
The Benefits of Geothermal HVAC Systems
Here are some great reasons why you should seriously consider a geothermal heating or cooling system:
Eco-Friendly Operation: These systems don’t produce any carbon monoxide or other greenhouse gasses, making them one of the eco-friendliest ways to heat and cool your home. Likewise, you can anticipate significant savings thanks to its low demand for electricity.
Quieter Operation: The noisiest part of a heat pump is the outdoor condensing unit. In the case of the geothermal system, however, there is no outdoor condensing unit—the only noise you might hear would come from the indoor unit. Even then, the indoor components are designed to be incredibly quiet.
Safety: Unlike natural gas or propane gas furnaces, geothermal systems do not use combustion of any kind. Your family is safe from the hazards of combustion, including carbon monoxide poisoning.