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Geothermal Open Loop Systems
Geothermal Heating and Cooling is fast becoming very popular due to the very low cost of heating and cooling homes, businesses and commercial buildings.
Geothermal uses the constant ground temperature to do this. Whether it is water out of your well or a closed loop underground system, this is the least expensive way to heat and cool.
Heat is continually supplied to the ground in the form of solar energy. Approximately 46% of the sun’s energy is absorbed by the earth. The remaining 54% is either reflected back into space or absorbed by the earth’s atmosphere. At a depth of approximately 15 feet, the ground temperature remains fairly constant, with an average temperature between 42-77°F year-round, depending on the local climate, terrain and soil type.
If you're exploring your options for a geothermal heating system, we can test your existing water well pumping system to determine if your pump is producing enough water to supply a new geothermal furnace. If your water pressure is adequate, we will design a pump control system that will meet the special demands of an open loop system while protecting your pump from unnecessary wear. If you need more water for your open loop system than your current pumping system can provide, we will test your well's capability and recommend a pump and variable speed pump control system that will operate your geothermal system at peak efficiency without detracting from your household water supply.
Along with the extra water supply provided by a constant pressure system, there is the benefit of knowing that your pump is operating at maximum efficiency, which helps keep pump wear to a minimum.
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South Central Wisconsin & Illinois
Our service areas include Beloit, South Beloit, Rockton, Harrison, Shirland, Roscoe, Hunter, Argyle, Caledonia,Crestview, Foxhollow, Porters, Newark, Afton, Shopiere, Clinton, Sharon along with the surrounding areas.