We’ll begin by identifying the utilities in your yard before digging. Pipes will then be put in a U-shaped pattern. Once the pipes are ready, any open spots will be filled, and you can add grass seed or sod.
With the pipes and outdoor work done, the indoor part of your installation can begin.
Fitting your geothermal HVAC system inside isn’t very different from what you’d expect from any other type of heating or central AC installation. We’ll replace the old unit, hook your new system up to present ductwork and get it heating and cooling.
Each geothermal installation has its own schedule, so talk with Parker Pearce Service Experts to have them establish the anticipated time needed for your system.
Plan Annual Maintenance
Once your new geothermal system is in place, you can run it like any other heating or cooling system. You’ll also need to plan regular tune-ups to keep it working at high performance.
Geothermal heating and cooling is as trustworthy as standard heating and cooling systems, but once installed, it can provide you even greater efficiency. Utilize the significant energy-saving and tax-saving benefits it can provide.
Call Parker Pearce Service Experts today at 301-476-4577 to get a no-cost quote or find out more about your geothermal heating and cooling choices.