Yes, you can use geothermal in a small home or tiny house! Geothermal heating and cooling is an energy-efficient and cost-effective way to keep your home comfortable all year round. The best part is that you don’t need a large space to install it because Geothermal systems are designed for small homes and tiny houses.

Geothermal heating and cooling works by taking advantage of the stored thermal energy that exists beneath the surface of the earth. The system uses a loop of underground pipes filled with water and an antifreeze solution which absorbs heat from the ground. This warm air is then circulated through your home, providing comfortable temperatures in both winter and summer.

The benefits of using geothermal in a small home or tiny house are numerous. For starters, it’s an incredibly efficient system — up to 70% more efficient than other forms of heating and cooling — which means you’ll save money on your energy bills each month. And because the system doesn’t rely on external sources like natural gas or electricity, it won’t be affected by power outages or price hikes in those resources.

The environmental benefits are just as impressive as the financial ones. As Geothermal systems don’t burn fossil fuels, they produce no emissions that could contribute to global warming. They’re also incredibly quiet compared to other forms of HVAC equipment, resulting in a much quieter environment inside your home or tiny house.

When it comes to installing a geothermal system, there are two main options: vertical loops or horizontal loops. Vertical loops involve drilling deep holes into the earth — usually about 300-400 feet deep — which require significantly more labour than horizontal loops but may be necessary if there isn’t enough space for them on your property. Horizontal loops are installed by digging trenches roughly 3-6 feet deep across your lawn or garden, making them ideal for smaller homes and tiny houses with limited outdoor space.

To get started on installing a geothermal system for your small home or tiny house, we recommend getting in touch with Euroheat Australia — Perth engineers & installers with over 30 years experience designing & constructing hydronic heating & cooling systems for Australian homes & businesses! Their team will work closely with you to design a customised system that meets your needs while also maximising energy savings & cost reduction — so you can enjoy all the benefits of using geothermal without blowing your budget!

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