Geothermal heat pumps can be easily integrated into your existing heating or cooling system. However, the type of system and ground loop greatly depends on the amount of land you have available and your heating and cooling requirements.
The system of a Geothermal Installation
No matter the type of system, homeowners should expect some disruption throughout the installation process. Installing a geothermal heat pump system can take between 1-3 days, depending on the type of ground loop system you choose.
Horizontal systems result in greater disruption to your property than vertical systems, due to the style of ground loop system. While vertical systems drill deep down into the earth, horizontal systems cover more land, drilling only 4 feet deep.
These systems can be installed in 2-3 days, while pond systems can be installed in 1-2 days and require a water source.
It is important you ask your Geothermal Installer about the time frame and installation expectations prior to installing a geothermal heat pump system on your property. Connect with an installer now to learn how easy it is to install a geothermal system and start saving money on your utility bills.