Geothermal Well Drilling
336 Gilberts Hill Rd.
Lehighton, PA 18235
email - moyerwd@ptd.net

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Serving Monroe, Carbon, Lehigh, Schuylkill, Northampton, Luzerne, Berks, and Surrounding Counties

In the heating mode, heat is extracted from the fluid in the earth connection by the geothermal heat pump and distributed to the home or building -- typically through a system of air ducts. Cooler air from the building is returned to the geothermal heat pump, where it cools the fluid flowing to the earth connection. The fluid is then re-warmed as it flows through the earth connection.

In cooling mode, the process is reversed. The relatively cool fluid from the earth connection absorbs heat from the building and transfers it to the ground. In cooling mode, heat is extracted from the home and transfered to the "Earth", via the heat pump and "earth connection". The warm air from the building is returned to the geothermal heat pump, where it warms the fluid flowing to the earth connection. The fluid is then re-cooled as it flows through the earth connection.
The geothermal system has three major subsystems: