Most people know that geothermal energy technology uses the energy stored in the ground to heat or cool a building. But when it comes to the difference between water-to-air and water-to-water geothermal systems, do you know what that means? This infographic from the Master Group explains how the two types of systems work and the characteristics specific to each.
Easy to maintain, geothermal energy is a versatile and durable solution that has been proving its worth for over 30 years. Plus, ongoing technological evolution means that the energy efficiency of geothermal systems continues to improve. Since geothermal energy draws its energy from the ground, it directly reduces the consumption of fossil fuels.
With some 500 independent retailers from the greater Toronto area through to the Maritimes, the Master Group is the largest independent distributor in the heating and cooling industry in eastern Canada. What’s more, Master has accumulated several years of experience in the field of geothermal energy, helping their customers to take on winter with peace of mind and to create a haven of fresh, cooling comfort in summer. Have a look at this infographic to learn more about the way geothermal systems work and the benefits they provide.