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By: Zonelife  09-12-2011
Keywords: Forced Air

Geothermal Heating air temperature runs at a lower band than a fossil fuel furnace that normally scorches the air. Normally the band to see a forced air system operate in will be somewhere between 90F and 110F. This means to attain the same heating distribution as it’s fossil fuel counterpart, the Geothermal – Groundbreaking Energy system is required to move more air. Simple less of one (temperature) more of the other (Air Flow or CFM), same amount of heat.

However, there is a catch. Most homes today have ductwork that is far under what is required even for their current furnaces. This is where the Zonelife Design team will work with you to modify, where possible, the existing ductwork in yoru home to provide a quiet, smooth operation of your new Geothermal system.

Keywords: Forced Air

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