Can your property support a geothermal system?
If you’re thinking about a geothermal system for your home, consult with our experts. We will professionally assess your property and help you determine whether geothermal is the right heating and cooling system for you. We will look specifically at your lot size and soil type and consult with you about the feasibility of this system for your home.
Geothermal systems require in-ground piping, so it is vital to assess your lot size and soil type prior to any geothermal installation.
Based on the size of your lot, we will recommend one of three drilling methods
Horizontal: The well extends horizontally from the house. We recommend this type of drilling on larger pieces of land that allow for 150 feet or more for the length of the well.
Vertical: We recommend this drilling method for smaller parcels of land or in suburban settings.
Open Loop (Pump-n-Dump): If you have a pond or lake on your property, it may be the best choice for a well source.
The type of soil on your property will affect the cost and viability of installing a geothermal system. Drilling costs can vary dramatically based on soil conditions. We can determine, with reasonable accuracy, whether your soil is well suited to drilling or whether it is rocky or presents other obstacles that would increase cost.
Cyclone’s geothermal experts
Our highly trained staff assesses all of these factors when we advise or offer a quote on any geothermal installation, so you can make a well-informed decision about whether geo is the best solution for your heating and cooling needs.