Geothermal Heat Pumps


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Geothermal Heat Pump Installation in the Twin Cities


Geothermal heat pumps from General Heating & Air Conditioning offer a more energy-efficient alternative for heating and cooling your home. Enjoy lower heating and cooling costs while reducing your home’s energy footprint. As your source for innovative solutions for more than 50 years, we offer friendly, knowledgeable installation delivered at a fair price. Request a free estimate today!

Geothermal heat pumps are:

  • Effective in warm and cold weather
  • Able to heat and cool your home
  • Low-maintenance
  • Longer-lasting than conventional furnaces
  • Less prone to wear and tear than conventional furnaces

How Geothermal Heat Pump Installation Works

A geothermal heat pump is a system that can heat or cool your home by transferring heat to or from the ground. Rather than burning fuel, geothermal heat pumps use the constant temperature of the earth to regulate the temperature of your home or building.

Geothermal heat pumps feature two main components:

  • Underground pipes called ground loops
  • The geothermal pump inside your home

Residential geothermal heat pumps work similarly to your kitchen’s refrigerator. Because the temperature under the frost line is stable no matter what time of year it is, the amount of heat in the ground remains constant. A solution circulates through the ground loop system, absorbing heat along the way.

The pipes and solution carry this heat inside your home to the geothermal heat pump, exchanging it with liquid refrigerant which creates a hot vapor. Inside a heat exchanger, this vapor is transferred to the air, where it is distributed through your duct system and warms your home.

Benefits of Heat Pumps

Heat pumps can be more cost-effective than traditional heating systems when it comes to energy costs, and they offer several positive environmental impacts. Homeowners may also receive tax credits for installing a geothermal heat pump. (Be sure to ask us about this!)

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, there are approximately 50,000 geothermal heat pumps installed in the United States each year. Will your home or business be next? If you’re looking for guidance, we’re here to help you make the best decision for your unique situation.

While we can talk all day long about the benefits of geothermal heat pumps, we’re honest about the potential drawbacks too. All heat pumps typically require a significant investment up front, and when Minnesota temperatures drop to a certain degree, sometimes heat pumps need a backup heating system.

Innovation in Heating and Cooling

For more than 50 years, General Heating & Air Conditioning has provided quality heating and cooling services to homeowners and businesses throughout the Twin Cities metro area. As each decade passes, new technology emerges, which provides innovative new solutions. And as a company that’s passionate about innovation, we stay educated on the latest and greatest products in order to provide our customers with solutions tailored to their specific needs, wants, and budgets.

Because we’re tuned in to all of our customers’ unique needs and keep up with cutting-edge heating and cooling technology, we’re able to install and work on systems that other heating and cooling companies haven’t little knowledge about. This includes air source and geothermal heat pumps.

Order Your Residential Geothermal Heat Pump

At General Heating & Air Conditioning, our passion for providing the best heating and cooling solutions for our customers has led us to become the most experienced geothermal heat pump company in the greater Twin Cities metro area. If you’re interested to learn about this technology and whether it’s right for your home or business, contact us today via phone or email – we’re happy to help!

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