Geothermal and Heat Pumps

Sigman Sells, Installs and Services Geothermal / Heat Pumps

If you are looking to reduce your energy costs and consumption, a geothermal HVAC system may be right for you:

Most geothermal systems function using a ground-source heat pump. Loop piping is generally run underground either in vertical loops or horizontal loops. The system uses the Earth as a heat source in the winter and a heat sink in the summer. Since the soil below 6 feet is generally at a constant temperature between 40 and 60 degrees in this area, it can be used year round to help cool or heat a home. The system uses a heat pump to transfer the temperature of the fluid running through the underground piping to the air running through your HVAC system. 

Shown to the right is a geothermal install done by Sigman Indoor Climate Solutions. From left to right: ClimateMaster water-to-water unit, hot water tank with hot water generation and 4 high-temperature water-to-water units.