Geothermal Drilling

Geothermal Drilling & Related Energy Usage/Extraction

Geothermal loop systems use the natural heat and temperature of the planet in conjunction with a well as a heat pump for your property. Trust the experienced team at Myers Bros Drilling & Water Service to efficiently install your new geothermal loop. From setup to cleanup, we’ll always get the job done right!

operator pushing geothermal pipe down newly drilled shaft
technicians running pipe for geothermal system

Geothermal Drilling

Ground source heat pumps are electrically powered systems that tap the stored energy of the greatest solar collector in existence: the Earth

These systems use the earth’s relatively constant temperature to provide heating, cooling for homes and commercial buildings.

We Provide Geothermal Drilling in the Following Areas

Frequently Asked Questions about Geothermal Drilling

Can a geothermal system provide both heating and cooling for my home or business?

Yes, geothermal can provide efficient heating and cooling for homes and businesses.

What is the environmental impact of geothermal energy, and how does it contribute to sustainability?

Geothermal heat pump systems exchange heat from the Earth while air source heat pumps exchange from the air compared to air source system. Geothermal systems have been shown to be quieter, last longer, and require less maintenance and they do not depend on the temperature of the outside air.

How is a geothermal system installed, and what is involved in the process?

Drilling contractor will drill the holes and install the loops for the system. The loops we ran together into the house. The heating contractor will then install the heating system and tie the lines in.

What is the lifespan of a geothermal system, and how does it compare to traditional HVAC systems?

Lifespan of a geothermal system is 20+ years for the system and 25 to 50 years for the geothermal field where a traditional system is 15 to 25 years for the system

What types of geothermal systems are available, and which one is best suited for my property?

Close loop geothermal open loop geothermal and horizontal. Geothermal site visit will determine type of system and Township regulations. Will also determine this.

How do I determine if my property is suitable for geothermal installation?

Contractor will determine if there is enough room to install geothermal on your property.

How much energy and cost savings can I expect with a geothermal system?

30% to 70% on heating side and 20% to 50% on cooling side.

Is there a tax credit for geothermal wells?

A 30% federal tax credit for residential ground source heat pump installations through December 31, 2032. This will be lowered to 26% for systems that are installed in 2033 and 22% in 2034.

Do you drill geothermal wells?

Yes, we drill the wells and complete the loop field.  A heating contractor does the actual system and hook up.

What is a geothermal heating and AC?

Geothermal heat pumps are electrically powered systems that use the stored energy of the greatest solar collector in existence: THE EARTH. These systems use the earth’s relatively constant temperature to provide heating and cooling for homes and commercial buildings.

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