For some time now I have been considering switching to a geothermal heat pump instead of using our traditional heating and a/c. The reason I have been considering getting a geothermal heat pump is because I am looking more and more into going green, then geothermal heat pumps may be more expensive when it comes to up front cost however they not only last much longer than a traditional heating and AC system, but they are much more energy efficient. A geothermal heat pump is installed underground and he is transferred using liquids that flow through the pipes on the ground. I wanted to learn as much as I could about geothermal heat pumps before I started thinking about purchasing 1 from our local heating and AC business and so I did a lot of looking into them and 1 of the things that I found out that was an extra bonus as to why geothermal heat pumps are good is that they can also increase your indoor air quality. I am exhausted of always having to worry about our traditional central a/c and heating system cutting down on me. It’s not having to always have them inspected and tuned up. This is not the case however with a geothermal heat pump. I am seriously considering getting 1 because as far as I see it the only real downside is that you have to pay more upfront, but for how good the thermal heat pump is I suppose it would be worth spending the money.