Learn why homeowners across the Northeast are upgrading to environmentally-friendly geothermal heat pumps.
Learn how geothermal ground source heat pumps work and why you should consider heating and cooling your home with this hyper-efficient technology.
5 things you need to know about geothermal heating.
How exactly does home geothermal work? Dandelion Energy explains how their home geothermal system which includes a ground source heat pump, works.
Dandelion Energy discusses the costs and benefits of replacing rather than repairing a furnace.
Dandelion breaks down how its geothermal system works in cold climates to deliver heat evenly throughout the home.
Dandelion will offer geothermal heating and cooling systems to homeowners, starting in the northeastern United States.
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.
Savings from solar won’t help you reduce your monthly heating and cooling bills, unless you’re running an entirely electric HVAC system.
Geothermal and solar are highly compatible, and homeowners who want to dramatically reduce their carbon footprint (and energy bills) should install both.