- Published: April 21, 2016
Below are a few points to ponder when considering a Ground Source Heat Pump (GSHP) heating and cooling system.
Simplicity of Design & Operation - From the Ground Up
Unlike traditional furnaces or boilers that burn fuels for heat and require separate air conditioning and ventilating units, GSHP systems transfer heat from one place to another using a simple process to provide both warmth and cooling. GSHP systems tap the earth's inexhaustible supply of renewable thermal energy, underground or underwater, where temperatures remain fairly moderate at 35 - 45F, year-round. It is the same technology that is in your refrigerator that has been around for decades.