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Geothermal Info Session held at Fleming Collage in Haliburton
A vertical installation into bedrock that is only 24″ below grade.
Installing a Lake Loop in Huntsville.
A large geothermal horizontal system for a 19,000 mansion.
Radiant floor loops installed on spray foam insulation on this slab-on-grad.
Blue SM insulation taped and sealed in order to keep the heat from the radiant floor from escaping into the ground.
Each room in this installation has it’s own zone for balancing and separate temperature settings.
Two forced air systems installed in the utility room in this large house.
Install geothermal in the Winter? Of course! Ask us how.
Drill rigs are used for most vertical installs and this machine is the same type you would see drilling granite for blasting out roads.
It’s a muddy job at times, but we need to ensure that the loops are installed properly and will provide decades of heat.
Bedrock issues? We are highly adaptable.
This type of terrain is unheard of in the Haliburton area
For each Lake Loop we install, we use a silt screen around the excavation to keep disturbed soil contained.
Only fusion wels for all joints below ground
Geothermal on Canning Lake, Haliburton
We use thick welled 160 PSI HDPE pipe when installing lake loops.
A horizontal forced air system for those tight crawlspaces.
A typical Flow Center. These are no longer common as new systems have built in varible speed circulation pumps.
a 4 ton forced air geothermal system with copper lines plumbed into the domsetic hot water heater. We can provide up to 50% of your hot water for free.
Trenching for a geothermal system through the bush in Carnarvon area.
Bringing the loop into the house. We install a tracing wire with all horizontal systems for future tracking.
These trenches are not always a small thing. Proper size excavation equipment is needed.
With a full selection of geothermal units, we can find the one that works best for you.
A 5 ton horizontal loop in Eagle Lake. Not a small hole by any means
After the 5 ton loop is installed. Filled in and smoothed out.
This is a hydronic system for a 4800 sq ft bungalow. A very large system for a large house
Flow controls for a radiant floor system.
a small trench for a lake loop on Kashagawigamog Lake
Radiant floor loops installed for a kitchen. Wooden blocks are used to drill plumbing lines in after concrete is poured.
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