Geothermal Heat Pump Installation for Homeowners Throughout Greater Atlanta
Get a system that gives you ultra-efficient heating and cooling, plus efficiently heated hot water
Geothermal heat pumps offer a number of distinct advantages over HVAC systems for keeping your home comfortable:
How geothermal heat pumps work
If you have to choose between a ground and air-source heat pump, ground source heat pumps make more sense in Georgia. While our air temps don’t drop below freezing often, they do so about 50 days in the typical year. When the air temperature drops to freezing or below, air-source heat pumps become wildly inefficient.
Ground source heat pumps take advantage of the consistent temperatures found about 6 feet below the earth’s surface. At that depth, temperatures in Atlanta’s ground stay at about 55-65 degrees all year long. That keeps your efficiency high.
Some, but not all, geothermal heat pumps can also heat your water. They come with an additional heat exchanger called a “desuperheater.” It’s the most efficient way for heating your water, while also heating and cooling your home. Your energy savings simply don’t get better with any other solution.
Free estimates and expert installation of geothermal heat pumps
J.R. Bolton Services has more than 3 decades of experience delivering the most efficient and comfortable home energy solutions throughout Atlanta. Our techs get weekly training from some of the sharpest minds in the HVAC industry. And, we have an impeccable BBB rating.
Just call 770.449.3692 or contact us online today to schedule your free geothermal heat pump installation estimate.
We serve all of Greater Atlanta, including Gainesville, Norcross, Cumming, Alpharetta, Atlanta, Buford, Dacula, Suwanee, Braselton, Jefferson, Talmo, and many others.
Geothermal heat pumps use a ground loop system to supply your home with hot and cold air. During the winter, the system reverses a refrigerant cycle that moves heat from the earth to your home. In summer, this cycle operates to move heat from your home to the earth. Drawing courtesy of PixyJackPress.com