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Greater Jacksonville’s Top Choice for Geothermal Heating & Cooling

Geothermal heating and cooling systems offer homeowners many great benefits. These systems operate quieter, last longer, and require little maintenance compared to air source heat pumps. Our licensed HVAC technicians are factory-trained and highly experienced in installing the latest geothermal heating and cooling systems.

How Do Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems Work?

Geothermal heating and cooling systems are the most energy-efficient way to control temperatures inside northeast Florida homes and businesses. These systems take advantage of untapped natural resources for heat transfer, and while geothermal heating and cooling systems aren’t a new technology, many people have likely never heard of it or aren’t quite sure how it works.

Geothermal systems consist of three main parts: a ground loop, a heat pump, and a distribution system.

The Ground Loop

The ground loop is a piping system that is buried on the property. It is either a closed loop or an open loop that opens into a nearby water source, such as a pond or well. Liquid flows through the system of underground pipes and releases heat underground in the summer to cool the home; in the winter, it captures heat to warm your house. 

The Geothermal Heat Pump

A geothermal heat pump exchanges heat between the air and the ground loop system. Depending on whether it’s heating or cooling at the time, the geothermal heat pump will extract heat from the air or the ground loop. 

The Distribution System

This is the method that delivers heated or cooled air throughout your home. Forced-air geothermal HVAC systems use ductwork to deliver conditioned air inside, just like a typical furnace or air conditioning system. Some geothermal heating and cooling systems may be configured with hydronic distribution, a network of fluid-filled piping that runs throughout the home to carry heat. The heat pump’s heat exchanger exchanges heat between the fluid in the pipes and the fluid within the ground loop.

Reasons To Consider Geothermal Heating and Cooling for Your Florida Home

If you’re in the market for a new heating and cooling system for your Jacksonville home, a geothermal option may be a good option if: 

  • You’re looking for a highly efficient heating and cooling system.

  • Energy-efficient heating and cooling is a top priority.

  • You want to save on electricity costs.

  • You’d like a quieter heating and cooling system in your home.

  • You want to invest in a system that will last a long time.

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Why Should I Choose Donovan for Geothermal Heating and Cooling?

For the past 30 years, residents of the Greater Jacksonville area have trusted Donovan Heat, Air, & Electric to provide fast, friendly, and reliable service. 

Here Are a Few Reasons Why Your Jacksonville Area Neighbors Love and Trust Donovan To Install Their Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems.

  • Our licensed technicians are factory-trained and knowledgeable on the latest geothermal heating and cooling technology.

  • We are a Carrier Authorized Dealer, and our equipment is backed by the best warranties in the business.

  • Donovan is the largest HVAC company in northeast Florida.

  • Our Donovan team is highly trained, honest, and dependable.

  • We offer upfront, flat-rate pricing with no hidden fees or extra labor charges.

  • Our work is backed by Donovan’s 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

  • Our technicians are experienced and NATE-certified.

  • We arrive in minutes in our well-stocked vehicles, ready to repair your problem quickly.

  • Donovan has been licensed, insured, and family-owned/operated since 1987.

  • We care about our customers—and we care about our community.

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