Geothermal Heat Pumps in South Jersey
There’s an invaluable energy source buried right in your own backyard, right here in New Jersey! Geothermal energy is one of the most energy-efficient options when it comes to heating and cooling your home or business. Bovio Rubino Service can help you capture this renewable resource and use it to keep your home comfortable by installing a geothermal system at your property.
Since 1974, Bovio Rubino Service has been committed to providing the very best in HVAC and home performance products. We’re proud to offer top-quality geothermal heat pumps from industry-leading manufacturer, Carrier. Carrier products feature the highest quality workmanship and are built to provide years of unmatched performance.
Hydronic Heating and Cooling Geothermal System
If your home comfort system is based on a radiant or hydronic system, consider Carrier’s geothermal water-to-water heat pump.
Geothermal Heat Pumps FYIs
Here is some straightforward information to help you decide which HVAC solution is right for your home and budget. Here at Bovio Rubino Service, we have a lot of experience designing the perfect geothermal system for your home, so if you have any questions about this solution, we would be glad to help you out!
Packaged Geothermal Heat Pumps
Geothermal heating and cooling solutions are prized for their efficiency. These all-in-one ‘forced-air’ or ‘water-to-air’ systems can provide comfort to your home more efficiently than any other type of ordinary system. While geothermal heat pumps are sometimes more costly than traditional systems, their efficiency and long-term savings are incredible, which is why they are becoming the choice of many homeowners throughout New Jersey.
Split System Geothermal Heat Pump
If you want to add geothermal heating and cooling efficiency and comfort to your system but you already have a viable, ducted heat source, this split system heat pump is made for you—and your home, whether you live in Mooresville or Gloucester, Cherry Hill or Voorhees.
What Are COP and EER?
The Coefficient Of Performance (COP) is based on the amount of power consumed by a system, compared to the power output of that system. The higher the COP, the more efficient the system.
Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) measures cooling efficiency and is calculated by dividing a product’s BTU output by the watts of power it uses. Rule of thumb―higher is better.
What Is Open vs. Closed Loop?
An open loop system has an average water temperature of 52 degrees and uses the water well pump to deliver the water to the unit. A closed loop system averages 40 degrees in the winter, 70 degrees in the summer, and uses a small dedicated circulating pump. Factoring in these minor differences, the cost of operation is nearly the same.
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