Geothermal Heating and Cooling: How it works Geothermal Energy is heat (thermal) derived from the earth (geo). It is the thermal energy contained in the rock and fluid (that fills the fractures and pores within the rock) in the earth's crust. It simply takes advantage of the earth's ability to store heat. Water circulates through a loop of pipe buried in the ground and draws off the free heat from the earth. The heat is then concentrated by the geothermal heat pump through the refrigeration process and is released into your home through the blower or radiant floor heat system. In the summer, the process is reversed and heat is removed from your home and put back into the earth. geothermal hotgeothermal coldThe loop that collects the heat from the earth can take a variety of shapes depending on the location. All of these loop types serve one purpose: To collect free heat from the earth and deliver it to the heat pump. To see actual loop systems being installed Click on the Graphic Below. geothermal loop
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