GeoExchange systems do the work that ordinarily requires two appliances—a furnace and an air conditioner. They can be located indoors because there’s no need to exchange heat with the outdoor air. They’re quiet, compact and often installed in a basement or attic—some are even small enough to fit on a closet shelf. The equipment is protected from mechanical breakdowns that could result from exposure to harsh weather.
Geoexchange systems don’t have to work as hard—which means they use less energy—because they draw heat from a source whose temperature is moderate. The temperature of the ground or groundwater a few feet beneath the earth’s surface remains relatively constant throughout the year even though the outdoor air temperature may fluctuate greatly with the change of seasons. At a depth of approximately six feet the temperature of soil in most of the world’s regions remains stable between 45ºF and 70ºF.
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