There are four main types of loop systems.
A geothermal system uses a series of underground pipes called "loops."
This is the most commonly installed loop system, advantageous when space is limited. Equipment is used to drill holes four inches wide and between 100 and 400 feet deep.
Excavation equipment is used to create trenches for the loops: 100- to 440-feet long and 5-6 feet below the frost line for consistent temperatures.
Utilized when a body of water is available. Coils of pipe are placed on the bottom of the pond.
Instead of circulating a solution, this system uses groundwater for the heat exchange process, then directs it into drainage after use.
Talk to an expert and schedule a visit to see if your home can be outfitted with a geothermal system.
A technician will visit your home and determine the best loop system for your needs.
The loop system and heat pump will be installed over the course of a week.
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"Investing in geothermal was one of the best decisions we've made. The monthly savings we see on our utility bill make our neighbors jealous, we don't have a noisy outdoor unit, and we have peace of mind that it will last for years to come."
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"I love my geothermal heat pump! When it came time to build our new home, we seized the opportunity to install the most efficient system we could. Now our bill is usually around $100 a month."