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    5 Frequently Asked Questions About Geothermal Heating

    5 things you need to know about geothermal heating.

    All You Need to Know About Home Geothermal Heating & Cooling

    How exactly does home geothermal work? Dandelion Energy explains how their home geothermal system which includes a ground source heat pump, works.

    Does Dandelion Offer Any Geothermal System Warranties?

    When you’re investing in your home, nothing is more important than quality. At Dandelion, we stand behind our geothermal products & services. We’re proud to offer industry-leading warranties on both our ground source heat pumps […]

    Geothermal Heat Pump Frequently Asked Questions

    What is a geothermal heat pump? A geothermal heat pump (also called a ground source heat pump) is a renewable alternative to a furnace or boiler. It’s a critical component of a geothermal system.  A […]

    How One Technology Keeps Your Food Cold and Your House Warm

    Imagine having to drink tepid milk with your morning cereal bowl everyday, or having to go without milk in your icebox for a few days thanks to a missed delivery. In the past, preserving food […]

    What’s The Difference Between Geothermal Power Plants And Geothermal Heat Pumps?

    It’s easy to confuse geothermal power plants with geothermal heat pumps – they’re technically both forms of capturing geothermal energy. “Geo” comes from the Greek word for “earth”, and “thermal” comes from the Greek word […]

    Geothermal Heat Pump: How It Works, How Long It Lasts, and How Much It Costs

    Dandelion discusses the benefits of geothermal energy including the decreased costs of maintenance, efficiency of the system, and the longevity of the system.

    Should You Repair or Replace Your Furnace?

    Dandelion Energy discusses the costs and benefits of replacing rather than repairing a furnace.

    Why We Started Dandelion

    Dandelion will offer geothermal heating and cooling systems to homeowners, starting in the northeastern United States.

    Geothermal: How Does it Work?

    Heat pumps use a small amount of electricity to transfer heat from one place to another. If you’ve ever used a freezer, you’ve seen a heat pump in action.