Geothermal pond loop systems are a green and an energy efficient way to cut down on your energy heating and cooling costs. If your home or commercial building is located near a pond or lake, Competitive Heating and Air Conditioning can set up a pond loop system to utilize the temperature of the pond or lake bottom. Below are a few pictures of the Competitive Heating and Air Conditioning team at work, putting together the pond loop system, floating it out into the pond, then later sinking it to the bottom where it will not be visible but will continue to save the homeowners energy and money for years to come.
Geothermal horizontal loops can be a more cost-efficient way to set up a geothermal system for your home or business. The loop is installed underground below the frost line and will absorb from and release to the ground all year round, saving money on heating and cooling costs. Below are a few pictures of Competitive Heating and Air Conditioning installing a geothermal horizontal loop system for a homeowner in Wisconsin.
Geothermal vertical loops are an excellent, space-saving way to save energy with your heating and cooling system. After holes are drilled into the earth, anywhere from 50 feet to 400 feet deep, in order to transfer the heat from your home into the earth or to absorb the warmth from the ground to transfer it to your home, depending on the season. Below are a couple of pictures showing the drilling process. The client’s home was located in a residential area, making space limited. However, the vertical wells for the geothermal loops were not a problem and the homeowner is now saving money on their home’s heating and cooling costs.