Geothermal Heat Pumps
Lower your carbon footprint with a ground source heat pump
COMBINE WITH SOLAR | RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE | LOW MAINTENANCE | LONG-TERM SAVINGSHarness the natural power of geothermal energy with a ground source heat pump from Everwarm.
Ground source heat pumps explained
A ground source heat pump (also known as a geothermal heat pump) uses the constant temperature of the earth (instead of air temperature) as the exchange medium to heat and cool your home or business. Most ground source heat pumps can heat your domestic hot water tank too.
Geothermal heat pumps are a clean, eco-friendly source of energy. They circulate liquid (a mixture of water and antifreeze) through pipes that are buried deep in the ground. The liquid absorbs the naturally occurring heat stored in the ground, and it is then compressed and raised to a higher temperature. A heat exchanger extracts the heat and sends it to a heat pump which then transfers it to your home heating system.
How hydronic heating works
While ground source heat pumps require a more substantial upfront investment, they also deliver more long-term savings. Geothermal heat pumps have a much higher energy efficiency than air pumps, and once installed, they require little maintenance. Our technicians will design a system to suit the climate you live in, the layout of your property, and the heating requirements of your home.
Geothermal & solar work in tandem
Integrating solar with your ground source heat pump system allows you to take advantage of both renewable energy sources. Geothermal systems require a modest amount of electricity to run, and if you use your solar panels to generate this electricity, you will reach new heights of efficiency, whether you are a homeowner or a business owner. Our expert team of technicians can help you review your options and start planning a change today.
Advantages of ground source heat pumps
We design and install energy-efficient geothermal heat pump systems in the Southern Highlands, ACT & along the NSW South Coast
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