Geothermal systems use the constant heat found in the ground 5' below the surface to draw heat from during the winter and send heat to during the summer. Using the earth as a heat sink instead of burning fossil fuels can save up to 70% of your heating, cooling and hot water bill.
Learn about how geothermal heating and cooling systems work from Detroit Edison.
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