Geothermal News for Grand Forks Area

What most homeowners say they love most of all about a geothermal heating and cooling system is that it has so little in the way of moving parts. There’s just that much less that can go wrong– that much less needing maintenance. That said, the system isn’t totally devoid of moving parts. the bulk of...
No doubt about it: replacing your current HVAC system with a geothermal heating and cooling system is a costly proposition. Up-front costs here in Grand Forks Area can be anywhere from $10,000 to $30,000 – or higher. That said, geothermal benefits can easily offset concerns about front-end costs....
Yes, indeed, it’s a big step to endorse the installation of a geothermal heating and cooling system for your home. But it is a step up. And many Grand Forks Area homeowners will attest to that – particularly those who engaged Ambient Geothermal for their geothermal system installation. If you’re...
A good many homeowners here in Grand Forks Area, North Dakota, have hired Ambient Geothermal to turn their homes into geothermal homes. Still need convincing about geothermal heating and cooling yourself? Understanding some of the science behind it – and the mechanics as well – would likely help.
One of the best things about heating and cooling your Grand Forks Area home with a WaterFurnace geothermal system is the negligible maintenance required of you. The system’s relative simplicity is reason enough that. But minimal maintenance shouldn’t be taken to suggest no maintenance.
You’ve finally gotten, or are contemplating getting, a a new heating and cooling system. Maybe you’re weighing the advantages of a new Geothermal HVAC. If so, you probably want to know a bit more about how such a system works. Geothermal HVACs variously cool and heat your home by extracting ground...
If your knowledge of geothermal heating and cooling is next to nil, you ought to know this, at least – especially if you’re looking into upgrading your current Grand Forks Area home’s HVAC system or pondering how best to heat and cool the new home you’re building.