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Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems 

7906 Leo Kidd Avenue , Port Richey, Florida, 34668 ,
United States

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Egg Systems has been in the news for over 20 years showing the public how they can save money and the environment by using Geothermal Heating and Cooling. This amazing technology takes advantage of the stable temperatures beneath your feet to provide energy efficient heating and air conditioning for your home or business all year round.


In the Winter:  Remember, a geothermal heat pump doesn't create heat by burning fuel, like a furnace does. Instead, in winter it collects the Earth's natural heat through a series of pipes, called a loop, installed below the surface of the ground or submersed in a pond or lake. Fluid circulates through the loop and carries the heat to the house. There, an electrically driven compressor and a heat exchanger concentrate the Earth's energy and release it inside the home at a higher temperature. Ductwork distributes the heat to different rooms. In summer, the process is reversed.


In The Summer: The underground loop draws excess heat from the house and allows it to be absorbed by the Earth. The system cools your home in the same way that a refrigerator keeps your food cool - by drawing heat from the interior, not by blowing in cold air. The geothermal loop that is buried underground is typically made of high-density polyethylene, a tough plastic that is extraordinarily durable but which allows heat to pass through efficiently. When installers connect sections of pipe, they heat fuse the joints, making the connections stronger than the pipe itself. The fluid in the loop is water or an environmentally safe antifreeze solution that circulates through the pipes in a closed system.


There has never been a better time to invest in Geothermal Heating and Cooling Technology. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 has lifted the caps on Tax Credits to Qualified Geothermal Heat Pumps, previously limited to $2000. Only Geothermal HVAC Technology qualifies for these unprecedented Tax Credits. All Egg Geothermal Heating and Air Conditioning Systems qualify for this tax credit. 



Geothermal Green Heating and Cooling Book

Product Description
In-depth, practical details on geothermal HVAC systems

This definitive guide covers commercial and residential geothermal heating, ventilation, and air conditioning technologies and explains how to take advantage of their money- and energy-saving features. Geothermal HVAC: Green Heating and Cooling reviews the array of choices currently available, offers market values for systems based on varying options and conditions, and describes how to pair the best systems for each application and budget. Whether you're a contractor or a consumer, you'll find out what you need to know to implement a geothermal HVAC system in a retrofit or new construction project, and start benefiting from this sustainable, affordable technology.


Find out how to:

* Learn the basic types of heat transfer--convection, conduction, and radiation
* Understand how geothermal earth-coupled heat pumps work
* Determine which ground loops to use for earth coupling to best meet the demands of the site
* Use load sharing to channel the heat differential of one device into useful energy for another
* Calculate system efficiencies and heat gain and loss
* Understand geothermal project proposals and system pricing
* Benefit from incentives, tax credits, and rebates for geothermal HVAC systems
* Calculate your long-term return on investment
* Verify that your installed system is working as intended
* Troubleshoot your system and avoid common problems

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