Geothermal heat pumps have been around for many years yet have only recently become a popular and highly economic way to heat your home as new technology has made installing them comparable to more common boilers, furnaces and heat pumps. Whereas traditional heat pumps exchange heat with the outside air which often reach temperatures below 32 degrees Fahrenheit through Pennsylvania winters, this part of a geothermal system takes place underground where the temperature remains a near constant 54 degrees year round. These 20 degrees result in tremendous savings and will all but eliminate your winter heating costs. Homes with forced air systems can also use this differential to provide air conditioning through the summer to your home when run in reverse.
EnviroEdge offers a full line of geothermal heat pumps from BOSCH which are installed by experienced, certified technicians.