This process absolutely creates more than 4times the energy it consumes, making the system more than 400% energy efficient, then geothermal temperature control is also completely safe, attractive, quiet and especially clean
I take every precaution to minimize my carbon footprint. I take the time to recycle plastics, glass, can, paper, and cardboard. I use reusable bags at the grocery store, turn out the lights when I leave the room and compost all of my waste. Although heating and cooling systems have become more energy efficient, they all have such a sizable impact on the environment; Most heating device burns fossil fuels to generate heating, creating atmospheric gases. While air conditioners have switched from Freon to Puron refrigerant, there’s still ozone-depleting properties. It takes energy to operate the furnace, boiler, heating pump or the air conditioner. I felt it was worth it to spend extra for a geothermal heat pump. This type of system makes use of the one free and renewable energy source found right in every backyard. The earth absorbs solar energy and the underground temperature remains regular just about year round. The geothermal heat pump includes an underground loop system that uses free heat energy, rather than create modern heat, the heat pump moves existing heat between the home and the ground. In the winter, it pulls heat out of the ground and pumps it into the home. During the warmer months, the heat pump pulls heat out of the indoor air to create a cooling effect. This process absolutely creates more than 4times the energy it consumes, making the system more than 400% energy efficient, then geothermal temperature control is also completely safe, attractive, quiet and especially clean. With the addition of a simple valve, the heat pump also generates a nearly free source of domestic hot water. Although the geothermal heat pump was way more higher-priced than a conventional heating and cooling system, the savings on my energy bills has reused the investment in under multiple years.