Geothermal Heat Pumps
According to the United States Department of Energy, a geothermal heat pump is the cleanest, safest, and most efficient and environmentally friendly heating and cooling system available today. That's because it delivers more than four units of heat for each unit of energy used. As a result, it can reduce annual heating and cooling costs by 70%.
How they work
Geothermal heat pumps move heat instead of creating it. They take advantage of the relatively constant temperature of the earth to capture free heat for your home.
Geothermal heat pumps provide economical heating and cooling for many homes in our service area.
Geothermal heat pump rebates are available for qualified equipment installations. Rebates vary by state. Visit our rebate page or view the attached table for your state: Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota.
In the winter a geothermal heat pump extracts heat from the stable temperature of the earth and moves it indoors to keep you warm.
In the summer a geothermal heat pump works like an air conditioner by moving heat and humidity out of your home to keep you cool.