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Geothermal

What is geothermal heating and cooling?

Outdoor temperatures fluctuate with the changing seasons but underground temperatures don't. Four to six feet below the earth's surface, temperatures remain relatively constant year-round. A geothermal system capitalizes on these constant temperatures to provide "free" energy. In winter, a series of fluid-filled underground pipes called a "loop" absorbs stored heat and carries it indoors. The indoor unit compresses the heat to a higher temperature and distributes it throughout the building. In summer, the system reverses, pulling heat from the building, carrying it through the earth loop and depositing it in the cooler earth. 

Here at GPS we service all makes and models of geothermal - even if it wasn't installed by us.

We do geothermal installs for both commercial and residential properties. 

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