SAMPSON GEOTHERMAL Systems
Geothermal by SAMPSON Heating
There are many benefits to heating and cooling a home or business with geothermal. Some of the benefits are a lower operating cost, quiet operation, and it’s a “GREEN” energy source. SAMPSON'S asks you; "Why not utilize a consistent ground temperature to heat and cool your home efficiently?" SEE GEOTHERMAL GALLERY HERE.
Sampson Heating installs Hydron Module and Bosch systems and is an accredited Bosch ABC contractor. Our technicians are factory trained to size, install, and service the right geothermal system for your project! With us being a Bosch ABC contractor, instead of the standard 10-year equipment warranty, you will receive an 11-year warranty for the equipment standing behind our SAMPSON'S workmanship guarantee!
See How Traditional HVAC Systems Compare to Geothermal
Since geothermal heat pumps offer more, home and building owners choose to install a geothermal system for different reasons. Some focus on benefits and some on functionality. To learn more about the perks of geothermal heat pumps, see how geothermal compares to traditional furnaces and air conditioners:
How Geothermal Works
Learn how geothermal systems work in concert with the stable earth temperatures to provide heating in the winter, and cooling in the summer.
Let us educate you along with our product vendors technology and training to truly harness the potential of the geothermal system for your home, office or farm application.
Intro to Geothermal Explained
How Geothermal Heat Pumps use the Earth to Heat and Cool Your Home with Geothermal Technology is captured in this short video below.
Geothermal heat pumps use the earth as a heat source in the winter and as a heat storage source in the summer. The ground loop components of a geothermal heating and cooling system can last up to 50 years!
Ground and water temperatures, 6 feet below the earth's surface, stay relatively constant throughout the year. This allows the system to provide extremely efficient heating or cooling all year long in virtually any climate. Sometimes the term "environmental comfort system" is used to describe a geothermal heat pump. This happens because a heat pump absorbs or rejects heat from the earth and has absolutely no impact on the environment.
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