Serving NH, VT, MA & NY


Geothermal Well & Heat Pump Systems

Reasons to drill geothermal:
Savings You can cut your home heating and cooling cost by 50%
Low Maintenance There are fewer mechanical components that make them more reliable
Cleanliness Geothermal wells minimizes the effects on the environment and keeps indoor air quality much cleaner
It can be used for heating and cooling your home.

Geothermal wells use the constant 55 degree temperature of the earth to heat and cool homes. It has fewer carbon dioxide emissions and it also lowers your energy bills.

 

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What is Geothermal Energy?
 

GEO- means EARTH
THERMAL - means HEAT

Geothermal ENERGY is power that is  extracted from heat stored in the earth.
The remarkable thing about Geothermal Energy is that it is an unlimited resource.  It provides safe, reliable, and energy efficient heating and cooling from one piece of equipment.

Geothermal SYSTEMS work through a well or series of wells, which are drilled deep into the ground.  A series of fluid-filled loops (open loop or closed loop) are placed underground.  The fluid absorbs heat from the ground and is transported back to your home, generating heat via a geothermal pump.


 

We install two kinds of geothermal wells:
Open Loop
Open loop systems are not sealed at one end to obtain liquid from an existing well.
 
Closed loop
Closed loop systems are sealed and pressurized systems through which the liquid heat exchange is circulated.

 

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Serving NH, VT, MA & NY
 

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