Can I Use a Geothermal Ground Loop to Cool a Greenhouse? - Ask the Expert Episode 151

A geothermal ground loop unit can be used in all kinds of places, a home, a business. But what about a greenhouse?

Video Script

Today's question is "Hey Dan, can I use a geothermal ground loop to cool a green house?"

Yes, you could do that. You could use a geothermal heating and cooling system for anything you can use a heating and cooling system for. For a greenhouse that would be pretty good. I think it would work great in a greenhouse. It would be good for tomatoes, squashes, zucchinis, cumquats, weed, whatever.

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