Liquid source heat pumps are known by many names in the geothermal industry. You might have heard them referred to as geothermal heat pumps, water source heat pumps, or ground source heat pumps. No matter what name is used to identify them, the technology is the same: liquid source heat pumps get their heat from the warm earth beneath our feet.
The heat is extracted from an outdoor energy supply source. This can be an open well or closed loop. Closed loops can have a horizontal or vertical configuration, depending on the space requirements.
Liquid source heat pumps can convert the heat they collect into hot air, hot water, or both. We have heat pumps that perform each of these functions, which can be seen below. For more information on system selection, find an installer near you.
Liquid-to-air geothermal heat pumps use forced air blown through ductwork to heat and cool your home. Known as the R Series, this heat pump suits single and multi-family residential. Learn More »
Also known as the Triple Function (TF) Series, our liquid-to-air & water residential heat pump delivers heat via radiant in-floor piping. It also provides heating and cooling through ductwork. Learn More »
Our liquid-to-water heat pumps provide heat via radiant in-floor systems. We have several versions of liquid-to-water heat pumps including residential, commercial, and all-in-one units. Learn More »