We are different than most Geothermal design companies, we do not own an installation company. We provide you the best economical energy saving solution. With our proven design plans and knowledge you can move forward to do it yourself, all or in part, and/or contact several geothermal installers, this approach allows you to get the best price. We do have a list of geothermal installers you can call if you wish.

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While there are several ways to apply this technology there is still a need for geothermal exchangers. Geothermal heat pump systems or ground source heat pumps (GSHP) are known by a variety of names, including geo-furnace, geo-exchange, earth-coupled, earth energy, or water-source heat pumps, which are needed for a central heating and/or cooling system to pump heat to or from the earth. In the winter they use the earth as a heat source and in the summer is used as a heat sink. This design takes advantage of the moderate temperatures in the ground to gain efficiency and reduce the operational costs of heating and cooling systems.

Geothermal energy is heat from within the earth. The word Geothermal comes from the Greek words geo (earth) and therme (heat). There are numerous applications to how this technology is being used today. Utilizing geothermal for heating and cooling has been proven to be the most efficient way to save energy.


Four basic types of geothermal ground loop systems

The closed loops are horizontal loop, vertical loop, river-pond-lake loop, and the fourth loop is a open loop.

The best design to choose depends on the natural resources available, climate, soil conditions, available land space, and local installation costs at the site. All of these applications can be used for residential and commercial building.


Pulls heat from the ground.


Releases  heat to the ground.

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