(Note that geothermal HVAC should not be confused with geothermal energy,” the process by which electricity is generated directly from the heat inside the earth. That takes place on the scale of utilities and uses different methods, generally by heating water to boiling.) 

What maintenance is involved?

Geothermal systems require little maintenance. That is to say that appropriately installed, which is critical, the buried loop can last for generations. The unit’s fan, compressor, and pump are housed indoors, protected from the harsh weather conditions, so they tend to last for many years, often decades. In short, usually periodic checks, filter changes, and annual coil cleaning are the only required maintenance.

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