Ground source heat pumps tap into the earth and use the relatively consistent heat found in the ground, a pond, or well to provide both cooling and heating at very high efficiency levels.
RES Ground loops systems consist of a pipe network used to gather or disperse heat energy from the earth. Several types of loops exist, but closed loops are most commonly used in conjunction with ground source heat pumps.
Radiant heating systems supply heat directly to floors, walls, or ceilings within a structure. The system is largely dependent on the delivery of heat directly from the heated surface to the people and objects in the room. The heat energy can come from fossil fuels, electricity, geothermal , or a combination.
Snow melt systems are radiant system specifically designed to prevent ice accumulation in outdoor, high traffic areas. Driveways, walkways, parking areas, stairways, and loading docks located in colder climates are prime candidates for snow melt systems.