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Geothermal System Installation and Replacement by Raleigh Heating & Air

For innovative, eco–friendly heating and cooling, geothermal systems are a great choice. Because they draw their heat from the ground, where temperatures do not fluctuate, they are a more reliable option than air–source heat pumps. Geothermal systems can transfer heat from the ground into your house and also remove heat from your house, allowing for both heating and cooling performance. They use very little energy, relying on the principle of heat transfer rather than creating heat from combustion. This makes them extremely energy efficient, and that energy efficiency means you spend less money to operate your heating and cooling system. We install all types of geothermal systems from top quality brands, including ClimateMaster, and Water Furnace, so call for an installation today.

Geothermal Installation in Raleigh

Geothermal systems work on fairly simple principles, but the installation of the system is a job that should only be handled by qualified professionals. Installing a geothermal system requires advanced technical knowledge and specialized equipment. Call Raleigh Heating & Air for your geothermal system installation needs. We can get you started today with a consultation!

Factors to Consider Prior to a Geothermal Installation

Before the installation process begins, there are a number of factors to take into account. Because geothermal systems draw heat from the ground, they can be used in most any climate. Each home and situation is unique, however. Let Raleigh Heating & Air survey your land to determine if a geothermal system is a good investment for your home heating and cooling system.

Geological Factors

Because the ground surrounding your home has a huge impact on your geothermal loop system installation, the properties of the soil, rockiness, and other factors all come into play. Geothermal systems work just about anywhere, but it is important to consider the type of soil surrounding your home before deciding how big a loop system is necessary and how deep it should be installed. Drilling may be necessary if space is limited, so call us for professional advice.

Water Presence

The availability and proximity of water on your land can also be used in the geothermal system installation process. A nearby lake or pond can actually be used in the geothermal system as a water source or location for piping coils depend on the depth and quality of the water. Ground water can also be used under certain conditions in open loop systems; however, open loop systems are rare. Call us if you have questions.

Size of Property

It is also important to assess different aspects of your property, such as size and landscaping before the installation can begin. Vertical installations reduce the amount of digging necessary and save space, but they are not as economical as horizontal loop systems because of the drilling required to install vertical closed loop fields. The geothermal installation experts at Raleigh Heating & Air will walk you through the entire process, so call any time.

Raleigh Geothermal Experts

At Raleigh Heating & Air, we are proud to offer green technology to our clients to help them lower their impact on the environment and save on utility bills. Call us for geothermal installation or replacement services. We service Raleigh, Wake Forest, Cary, greater Wake County and the surrounding areas.