VANCOUVER GEOTHERMAL HEATING AND COOLING SERVICES
Next Day Home Services Inc. is a leading and innovative Vancouver geothermal heating company, provides commercial and residential geothermal heating and cooling and residential mechanical contractor services. Serving Vancouver, West Vancouver, Squamish, Whistler, Tsawwassen, Burnaby, Richmond, Ladner, New Westminster, Surrey, Delta, White Rock, Cloverdale, Langley, Walnut Grove, Aldergrove, Port Moody, Port Coquitlam, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope, Merritt, Agassiz and Metro Vancouver, we’d love to hear from you – no project is too big or small.
We offer full professional consulting services for your commercial or residential geothermal project to help educate you to make your best decision. Please feel to read our frequently asked questions about geoexhange and geothermal energy technology and then contact us for a consultation.
GeoExchange systems are rated highly by homeowners because they deliver comfortably-warm air—even on the coldest winter days—and extraordinarily low operating costs. They can also provide inexpensive hot water—either to supplement or entirely replace the output of a conventional domestic water heater.
GeoExchange heating and cooling is cost-effective because it uses energy so efficiently. This environmentally-friendly function earns endorsements from federal agencies like the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy, as well as state agencies like the California Energy Commission.
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VANCOUVER GEOTHERMAL PRODUCTS
These systems work on a different principle than an ordinary furnace/air conditioning system and require little maintenance or attention from homeowners. Furnaces create heat by burning a fuel—typically natural gas, propane or fuel oil. With geoexchange systems there’s no need to create heat or for chemical combustion. Instead the earth’s natural heat is collected in winter through a series of pipes—called a loop—installed below the surface of the ground or submersed in a pond or lake. Fluid circulating in the loop carries this heat to the home. An indoor system then uses electrically-driven compressors and heat exchangers in a vapor compression cycle—the same principle employed in a refrigerator—to concentrate the earth’s energy and release it into the home at a higher temperature. In typical systems duct fans distribute the heat to various rooms.
In summer the process is reversed in order to cool the home. Excess heat is drawn from the home, expelled to the loop and absorbed by the earth. GeoExchange systems provide cooling in the same way that a refrigerator keeps its contents cool—by drawing heat from the interior, not by injecting cold air.