Geothermal Heating & Cooling Systems
You may not realize this, but you have a renewable source of heating, cooling, and water heating right in your yard. With a geothermal heating and cooling system, your lawn transforms into a permanent power plant for your home. At Allied Services, Inc., we provide geothermal technology in Dayton and the surrounding areas. Contact us today at (937) 269-5059, and our experienced staff will help you decide which model is best for your needs.Request Service
How Does Geothermal Heating and Cooling Work?
The Loop System
The earth absorbs almost 50% of all solar energy and uses that energy to maintain an internal temperature between 50°F and 70°F, depending on the geographic location. Geothermal heating and cooling uses an underground loop system that exchanges energy between your home and the earth to heat or cool your home.
During the winter, the geothermal system absorbs heat from the earth and transfers that heat to water that is circulating inside a sealed underground loop system. The water absorbs this heat from the earth and then carries it to the unit where the heat is compressed to a higher temperature and sent as warm air throughout your home.
Conversely, in the summer the system reverses and expels heat that is in your home into the cooler earth via the loop system. Geothermal cooling is a highly efficient and environmentally friendly way to create a comfortable climate within your home or office.
Geothermal System Options
Allied Services, Inc. offers several different geothermal heating and cooling options. The loop configurations can either be vertical, horizontal, or submerged in a nearby pond or lake. In many cases, a geothermal well can be substituted for a pond. Since the best choice depends upon the characteristics of your property, we can tell you which loop system is your best option once we visit your home.
- Vertical loop systems
- Horizontal loop systems
- Pool or lake submerged loop systems
Benefits of Geothermal Heating & Cooling
One of the best parts of geothermal heating and cooling is that saving money and being environmentally friendly are no longer mutually exclusive.
Lower Utility Bills
After installing a geothermal system, your monthly utility bills will be lowered dramatically. Homes in the Dayton, Ohio, area can save between $600 and $1,200 annually. That’s a savings of up to 60% when compared to conventional heating systems and cooling systems.
Geothermal units produces less pollution than conventional HVAC systems. Currently, household energy consumption for space conditioning is responsible for nearly 20% of all greenhouse gas emissions. Geothermal technology provides a viable and cost effective solution to reducing the environmental hazard caused by some heating and cooling systems.
To learn more about the geothermal systems that Allied Services can install, contact us today at (937) 269-5059 and speak with one of our trusted experts. Our additional services include regular HVAC maintenance plans. We serve the communities of Dayton, Springboro, Centerville, Troy, and beyond.