In recent years, the use of geothermal ground loops in residential properties has increased dramatically. While this system was once only used in larger commercial establishments, such as resorts, this technique is now commonly used in homes worldwide. However, homeowners may be wondering how exactly it will benefit them.
The Easterday-Wilson team is here to take you through several important benefits of geothermal ground loops and how to safely and correctly install one in your home or office building.
Geothermal Ground Loops’ Various Benefits
Geothermal energy is an eco-friendly, renewable, and cost-effective alternative to traditional heating and cooling systems. Easterday-Wilson Water Services is your all-in-one source for geothermal energy, so here are some of the benefits of getting this installed:
- Year-round comfort
- No foreign oil or gas
- Quiet, compact units
- Uses solar energy
- Low maintenance
- Low operational cost
- Automatic and reliable
- Double the lifespan of a conventional system
Increase in Home Value
If you want your home to have an abundant supply of clean, renewable energy, geothermal ground loops are a great way to go. Unlike other sources, they’re almost completely immune to disruptions like changes in weather or natural disasters. And since most geothermal generators are buried underground, it’s also unlikely that anyone would ever accidentally stumble across one!
If you are looking for a new energy source to heat and cool your home, it’s time to consider geothermal. It is a natural and non-polluting alternative to traditional fuel services, and because the temperature of groundwater remains consistent all year round, harnessing its cooling and heating properties can provide year-round comfort for your home.
Types of Geothermal Ground Loops
There are various types of geothermal systems to choose from, including:
- Horizontal loops
- Vertical loops
- Slinky loops
- Pond loops
- Open loops
Contact Us For All-Encompassing Geothermal Comfort
Easterday-Wilson Water Services offers complete loop install services and works with your HVAC contractor to fulfill your geothermal ground loop requirements. If you’re ready to make the upgrade, we can help. Call us at 301-831-5170 to learn more.