How a Geothermal Cooling System Works

Geothermal cooling might sound like something straight out of a sci-fi film, but in reality, it’s the best new way to keep your home at a comfortable temperature without raising your electricity bill or harming the environment. Even during the heat of the oncoming summer, this system can transform how you keep your house cool. Keep reading to find out how your house could benefit from one of these revolutionary systems.

First, let’s look at exactly how the system works. It uses a heat pump to collect all of the warm water and air that’s been drawn from the home. That heated water then pumps through underground pipes that are buried far beneath the surface of your property. As it is taken underground where the temperatures are much cooler, the water itself cools down and is converted into refreshing air. This air then makes your home feel cooler – even without using much energy.

Because geothermal cooling systems use the ground for the bulk of the work, they can be extremely efficient and inexpensive to use. The installation can come with a noticeable price tag, but as you use the system, you’ll notice that your electricity bills get smaller and smaller. If you are someone that likes to be friendly to the environment and minimize your use of water and electricity, then installing a geothermal cooling service is pretty much a no-brainer.

Get in touch with Robert B. Payne, Inc. soon to find out if your home could benefit from a geothermal cooling system. A company representative will talk with you about the installation process, inform you of the required maintenance, and put you on the path towards owning an energy-efficient property.

For more information or to schedule your installation, dial 540-373-5876 today and speak with a Robert B. Payne, Inc. representative.

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