Geothermal heat pumps are known by many names in the geothermal industry. You might have heard them referred to as water source heat pumps, or ground source heat pumps. No matter what name is used to identify them, the technology is the same as they get their heat from the warm earth beneath our feet.
Benefits of a Geothermal Heat Pump
Geothermal systems can convert the heat they collect into hot air, hot water, or both. We offer heat pumps that perform each of these functions.
Since these heat pumps use the ground as a energy supply source via a ground loop or open well, it is not dependent on the outdoor air temperature. Therefor the heating coefficient of performance (COPh) is more efficient, which means more savings on your energy bill during the heating season compared to an Air Source Heat Pump.
Nordic Geothermal Heat Pumps
Our R Series is a geothermal heat pump that heats and cools via centralized ductwork for single and multi-family residential homes. Learn More »
Our TF Series is a triple function residential heat pump that delivers heating and cooling via ductwork and radiant in-floor heating. Learn More »
Our W, EMW, and WP Series are several versions of residential and all-in one heat pumps that provide radiant in-floor heating and pool heating. Learn More »
Our WH and WC Series can produce up to 160°F (70°C) for hot water baseboards, radiators, or domestic hot water heating for homes and businesses. Learn More »
The WD Series is a geothermal heat pump that heats domestic hot water from your home’s existing water well. This heat pump will provide 100% of a home’s domestic hot water heating needs, cutting water heating costs by up to 75%. Learn More »