Geothermal systems use technology known as ground source heat pumps to make the transfer of hot and cool air more efficient.

Because the system works with the relatively constant temperature of the earth, instead of the variable temperatures above ground, geothermal heating and cooling systems use 40-60% less energy than conventional systems.  Visit the Ground Energy Support website to see live monitoring of geothermal heat pump systems.  Go to www.groundenergysupport.com/wp/live-sites/

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Why Geothermal?

  • Homeowners receive superior energy ratings
  • Deliver comfortable air year-round, regardless of the temperature outdoors
  • Low operating costs
  • Energy efficient
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Requires lower maintenance than traditional heating/cooling systems
  • Quiet and compact, typically installed in basement or attic

Address

12 West Woodland Drive, Redding CT 06896

Email

ctgeothermal@gmail.com
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