What is Geothermal Energy ?

A geothermal system uses the heat (and in the summer, the cold) stored in the earth.

  • This energy comes from the sun, rainwater and the earth's core.
  • Roughly two metres below the surface of the earth, the temperature is 8°C all year round.
  • This energy is free, renewable and clean.

To take advantage of this heat (cold), we use a heat pump to run a liquid thru an underground pipe system. Beneath the surface, the liquid will warm up, (or cool down in the summer), as it progresses thru the pipe. When it returns to the heat pump, the temperature is increased some more, before being redirected to the house.

This is what makes this heating/cooling system efficient, economical, and environmentally friendly.

We have offices in Halifax, Nova Scotia and St. John's, Newfoundland and serve clients around the world.


Contact Us in Nova Scotia

77 James Boyle Drive
Mount Uniacke, Nova Scotia,
B0N 1Z0. Canada.
Phone: 902 866-0454
Fax: 902 866-3105
Free Call: 1 866 482-8880

Contact US in NFLD

P.O. Box 1140, STN C
St. John's, Newfoundland (NL),
A1C 5M5. Canada.
Phone: 709-424-9355

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