The method is effective at dehumidifying in the summer, doesn’t dry out the air in Wintertide and helps to filter out contaminants
Environmental responsibility is harshly important to my partner and I. All of us make an effort to minimize our carbon footprint as much as possible. All of us share a car and most often walk, ride our bikes or take public transportation. All of us recycle all of our cans, plastic and gas bottles and use our organic family room waste to fertilize our garden. All of us grow most of our own vegetables, irrigate by way of a rain barrel and avoid the use of pesticides. Our most beneficial investment was our geothermal heat pump. All of us chose the most environmentally friendly means of heating and cooling on the current market. A geothermal heat pump avoids the burning of fossil fuels. There is no combustion process, eliminating the threat of orangehouse gases, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and fumes. It works by transferring existing heat between the ground and the home. The underground maintains an even year round temperature, no matter the weather outside. The geothermal heat pump takes luck of this free and renewable energy source and really generates many units of energy for every a single it consumes. It achieves a 400% efficiency rating, and the cost of keeping our home perfectly comfortable is minimal. Plus, the geothermal heat pump provides a virtually free source of overheated water. The operation is appealingly quiet, clean and safe. The method is effective at dehumidifying in the summer, doesn’t dry out the air in Wintertide and helps to filter out contaminants. My partner and I are currently looking into installing solar panels to generate electricity to run the heat pump. All of us would then have free heating and air conditioning.