A geothermal system

Heat and cool your home or business by tapping into temperatures beneath the earth’s surface.

The renewable energy deep inside the earth delivers a limitless supply of heat to your home or business, offering consistent comfort. With a sustainable geothermal system, you can reduce your carbon footprint and increase your energy savings.

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Manosh recommends a closed-loop system for Vermont.

Heat pumps draw heat from the environment and move it indoors to heat your home, or move it outdoors to cool your home. A closed loop system consists of underground continuous piping loops that are filled with an anti-freeze-like liquid that helps transfer the ground temperature to the geothermal heat pump. A cold climate heat pump is ideal for Vermont (and New England and Northeastern states), and can lower your heating costs considerably, and double as a cooling system in the summer.

What does Efficiency Vermont say?

Heat pump technology has evolved in recent years, and new ductless air-source models are designed to excel in cold climates like Vermont’s. The efficiency and cost savings of switching to heat pumps can be significant, depending on the fuel you currently use.

Contact us with questions.

Our certified professionals welcome the opportunity to discuss your geothermal plans.

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To get an estimate and schedule a site visit, click on the buttom below, or call 802-888-5722.

Manosh is a proud member of:

Associated General Contractors Of AmericaAssociated General Contractors of America
Associated General Contractors Of VermontAssociated General Contractors of Vermont
New England Water Well Association Inc.New England Water Well Association Inc.
National Ground Water AssociationNational Ground Water Association
Vermont Ground Water Association Inc.Vermont Ground Water Association Inc.