If you are interested in a geothermal installation for an Andover home, you are in the right place. If you are looking for natural a way to heat your home with the natural energy of the Earth, you have found the right heating strategy. You probably have a lot of questions, not the least of which have to do with the installation process. You may assume that it is complicated, but in most cases it is quite simple. Here is a simple summary of the steps involved in installing a geothermal system:
The very first step, before any kind of installation can even be planned, is to evaluate the ground on which your home sits to be sure it can support a geothermal system. The area must be evaluated for soil and rock composition, availability of ground and surface water and availability of land.
Once you have determined that your yard can handle a geothermal system, it is time to choose the type of system you need. This depends a lot on the evaluation from step 1, as well as some other factors. For one example, if you have very little land available, you may need to opt for a vertical loop configuration. For another, if you are fortunate enough to have a small body of water on your property, you can take advantage of a pond loop installation.
Your contractor will dig and/or drill trenches for placement of the geothermal pipes. Try not to be nervous. This only takes a couple of days and they will disrupt your yard as little as possible.
With the trenches prepared, pipes can be placed in accordance with the configuration you chose.
Your contractor will fill the trenches back in to cover the pipes loosely. You may want to work with a landscaper to fully "re-assemble" your yard where the pipes were installed.
Finally, the installation team will hook up the geothermal system to your home, make any necessary final adjustments, and you are good to go!
If you’re interested in geothermal heating for your home, consider contacting Air Mechanical Inc today to discuss the installation process for your home.
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