Geothermal Heating and Cooling in Brevard County

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Fresh clean air that is always set at the perfect temperature. Take a moment and imagine a home that is always comfortable and an HVAC system that is nowhere in sight. Does this sound like a dream? It isn’t when you have a geothermal heating and cooling system installed. Space Age Cooling and Heating services all of Brevard County and the beachside with the absolute best cooling and heating repairs and installation and we have the ability to bring geothermal systems to homes on the Space Coast.

Geothermal cooling and heating utilizes the steady state temperatures of the earth to bring consistent quality air to your home. While outdoor temperatures fluctuate with the seasons, the temperature of the air within the earth remains relatively stable due to the insulating power of the ground. Geothermal systems use electricity to circulate the air from the ground into your home and vice versa using a system of underground pipes. In very simplistic terms, fluid is circulated through the pipes helping warm air from the earth heat your home in cold weather and during warmer months the indoor air is removed from indoors and deposited into the ground.

Space Age Cooling and Heating specialize in geothermal systems. We are certified by the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association and comply with the complex standards necessary for installation and service so you can trust our knowledge and expertise.

For those who are green minded, geothermal technology makes the most sense because it does not burn fossil fuels to cool and heat. A simple transfer of cool air from the ground during the winter months and warm air from the home back to the ground during summer months is all that is needed. No more coal or gas! Geothermal cooling and heating is environmentally friendly and can save your household money.

If geothermal heating and cooling sounds intriguing to you and you would like more information please contact us today. Our experts can provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision.

One thought to “Geothermal Heating and Cooling in Brevard County”

  1. I am considering building a house on the ocean in melbourne beach. Is there enough temperature differential for a vertical shaft on a barrier island for geothermal to be effective for cooling?

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