The earth absorbs almost half of all of the sun’s energy, keeping it at a constant 50-55° Fahrenheit all year long at a depth of eight feet or more. This makes geothermal near St. Cloud, MN much more efficient than air cooling or heating – which traditional HVAC systems rely on – since the air temperature varies significantly throughout the year.

 

Let’s learn more about how geothermal near St. Cloud, MN can raise the efficiency of your home, saving you money in the long-term and keeping you more comfortable.

 

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How Geothermal Near St. Cloud, MN Works

Geothermal heating is a ground source heating and cooling system that uses the ground temperature to heat/cool an antifreeze mixture. At a depth of below 8 feet, the ground temperature stays a constant 50 to 55 degrees year-round.

 

All year-round, your geothermal system will circulate the antifreeze mixture through a series of pipes – a “loop” installed vertically or horizontally in your yard – to exchange heat into or out of your home.

Geothermal Heating

 

During winter, geothermal systems absorb heat stored in the ground through the loop, and transfer it to the ground source heat pump where the heat is concentrated and pumped into your home.

Geothermal Cooling

 

During summer, geothermal systems absorb heat from your home and disperse it into the cooler earth through the loop. The cool antifreeze returning to the home is used to create cool, dehumidified air for your home.

Geothermal Installation

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Geothermal systems can be installed on nearly any home, as long as enough land is available. Geothermal installation can be done vertically for smaller lots, or horizontally for lots with enough space.

 

Geothermal can work with forced-air systems as well as hot-water systems.

Geothermal Service & Repair

Our goal is to be there for you throughout the life of your system. While we’d prefer problems not occur, things do happen which require expert analysis and repair. We respond quickly to issues to minimize their impact on your life, and provide 24/7 emergency service for our clients.

 

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