Is it safe to use geo heat pumps in areas where there is the icy ground?

We live in a town that freezes up during winter. The ground all around the house becomes icy and walking as well as driving is a safety hazard. Our house is in the middle of farmland and during winter we do not farm, obviously. When our electric heating system malfunctioned earlier on when winter started, I started researching the best heating and air conditioning system for my home. I stumbled up the geo heat pump which was fitted underground and was the most efficient system in the heating corp. This system also came with a few energy saving help recommendations as well as a free first furnace/heater tune-up session. There were also other smaller units I discovered that could be used in case the central heating failed. These units included the oil heater and the space heater. The HVAC tech confirmed that the ductless HVAC was built to withstand the harshest ground and would definitely be okay for us to dig up and install the new heating unit. Though this was true, They had a difficult time digging up the frozen land, but they had come prepared and had specialized equipment for boiler installation. The job took them close to four days but they did a splendid commendable job. They also provided me with a wireless thermostat to control the temperature at the comfort of my home. As previously assumed, this unit was the best I ever had as it worked effortlessly and provided quality indoor comfort all through the winter as well as other seasons since it also had cooling capabilities. It required very minimal maintenance which meant I saved up a lot of money. I was glad to have chosen this system.



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