Geothermal Heat Pump Installations
Deciding to heat and cool your home with a geothermal heat pump system involves selecting an installation design based on a variety of factors including land area, climate, ground conditions, and cost of installation. Licensed and certified geothermal specialists can review the closed-loop and open-loop geothermal installation, from the efficient system design to quality custom fabrication and thorough performance testing. Backed by a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee, our geothermal specialists do it all for you.
We use a licensed and certified third party for our geothermal installations. Our preferred geothermal specialists are certified to follow our rigorous guidelines and ensure a quality installation of your new geothermal system.
The third party team adheres to BGE HOME guidelines that are the foundation for a superior geothermal heating and air conditioning installation, from the efficient system design to quality custom fabrication and thorough performance testing. Backed by a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee, our geothermal specialists do it all for you:
- Select drilling location for in-ground wells
- Site check to confirm drilling location
- Obtain all required permits
- Deliver your new geothermal heating and cooling system
- Install the plumbing loops
- Install the geothermal heating and cooling system
- Fill and purge plumbing loops with proper antifreeze
- Perform proper loop pressure tests to ensure specific manufacturer specifications were met
- Provide instruction on how the equipment operates
- Clean the work area around the geothermal heating and cooling system
- Haul away the old heating or cooling system
- Assist customer with applying for various federal, state and local incentives
- Perform 6-month loop pressure test to ensure efficient operation
Contact us for a free installation estimate or simply call 1-888-243-4663.
How It Works: Geothermal Heat Pumps
A geothermal heat pump is a renewable energy source that uses the heat from the sun and the surrounding earth to heat, cool and, in some cases, provide hot water to your home. This energy-efficient heating and air conditioning system cools your home by removing the heat from your home and distributing it either into your water heater tank or back into the earth. The system heats your home by removing heat from the earth’s core and distributing it through your home’s duct system.