April 1, 2021
Iceland uses geothermal energy to heat not only homes but also roads and sidewalks. The capital city, Reykjavik, has a heating system under the sidewalks and streets that melts snow in much of the city. Because Iceland is such a volcanically active place, geothermal energy is readily available, easy to use, and cheap. If you …
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April 4, 2013
Geothermal heating and cooling is a unique and extremely cost-effective way of using solar energy that’s collected in the ground as the medium of exchanging thermal energy for your home. In the more common closed-loop systems, a water/anti-freeze mixture is pumped through underground tubing, where it collects heat from the earth and brings it inside …
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February 28, 2013
The technology behind geothermal has evolved and improved over the last 50 years. Over one million business and homeowners across the United States have had systems installed to date. If you’re still relying on fossil fuel as the main source of energy for your Orlando home, here are eight benefits of geothermal heating and cooling …
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November 27, 2012
Are you looking for an alternative to heating your home with a furnace or baseboard heaters? Look no further than a radiant heating system. They are available in three major configurations: under-floor radiant systems, wall systems, and ceiling panel systems. In residential buildings, under-floor and wall systems are the most common. Under-floor systems can be further …
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October 4, 2012
Did you know that there’s a whole world of efficient, plentiful and free energy just under your feet? Underground temperatures are far more stable, and stay approximately 60 degrees year-round. You can reap the benefits of geothermal heating and cooling in your central Florida home by capitalizing on this underground energy.
July 5, 2011
For decades, science and technology have worked together to harness natural energy. Solar power, wind power and geothermal power have all proven to be effective methods of creating energy. The focus has primarily been on heating and cooling our homes. Of these three, the most consistent and reliable is geothermal heating and cooling.