Trane brings variable speed technology to another level, with systems that intuitively adjust to changing heating and cooling demands of the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The Trane geothermal systems use heat pumps that operate only as hard as they have to, are typically more efficient with quieter speeds. Geothermal systems use earth’s temperatures beneath the surface to heat and cool your home. The renewable energy the earth is able to deliver from deep beneath the surface delivers an unlimited supply of heat and cooling power to your home giving you the comfort you want and deserve.
Unlike a lot of HVAC systems, geothermal heating and cooling units do not burn fossil fuels. They use power to access the planet’s internal temperature, which remains constant whatever the weather outside. In the summer, the earth’s center is cooler than its glowing surface. In the winter, it is warmer than the frozen ground. To better understand the science behind geothermal, heat pumps can be a valuable point of comparison. If it gets warmer, geothermal systems move unwanted warmth back beneath the surface.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, geothermal systems are among the most efficient ways to heat and cool your house. These Eco-friendly systems do not just benefit the entire world –they provide big savings. Geothermal units lower your monthly heating and cooling costs and might qualify you for incentives, rebates and tax credits.