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Our Eco-Friendly Geothermal Services

“In addition to traditional HVAC systems, SEK Heat & Air offers eco-friendly geothermal services and installation for both residential and commercial properties. Geothermal heating and cooling systems are considered "the most cost-effective, energy efficient and environmentally friendly method" of heating and cooling your home available today, according to the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. Geothermal systems transfer the relatively constant temperature of the Earth to your home or business via fluid-filled underground pipes known as loops. These loops can be installed in a variety of ways. Continue reading to learn more.


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System Options

Vertically Bored
Ground Loops

Vertical Bored Ground Loops

Vertical loops are used when space is limited. Holes are bored using a drilling rig, and a pair of pipes with special u-bend fittings is inserted into the holes. A typical home requires three to five bores with about a 15-foot separation between the holes.

Horizontally Trenched
Ground Loops

Horizontally Trenched Ground LoopsUsed where adequate land is available, horizontal loops involve one or more trenches that are dug using a backhoe or chain trencher. Polyethylene pipes are inserted, and the trenches are backfilled. A typical home requires 1/4 to 3/4 of an acre for the trenches.

Underwater
Pond Loops

Underwater Pond Loops

If an adequately sized body of water is close to your home, a pond loop can be installed. A series of coiled, closed loops are sunk to the bottom of the body of water. A 1/2 acre, 8-foot-deep pond is usually sufficient for the average home.

Commercial
Geothermal Systems

Commercial Geothermal Systems

Geothermal heating & Cooling is an equally viable option for residential and commercial applications. Vertical loops, horizontal loop fields, pond loops, and even boiler systems are possible for commercial HVAC systems.