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Reduce Your Carbon Footprint With Geothermal Systems

Switching to a geothermal system for your heating and cooling needs is a big step. Fortunately, you don’t have to navigate the process on your own. Daisey’s Well Drilling is your partner in ensuring that your geothermal system is the perfect fit for you.

Our experienced and reliable team is here to provide solutions tailored to your unique needs and preferences. Contact us now to discuss geothermal solutions for your property! We cater to residential and commercial clients throughout Sussex County and other areas in Delaware.

How It Works

A well is created by digging a trench up to 6 feet deep and 400 feet long. The trench is then outfitted with a pipe system, also called an earth loop, circulating fluid that absorbs heat from or distributes it to the surrounding soil. This creates a heat source or heat sink with minimal energy loss.

The main component of a geothermal system is the heat pump. It transfers and distributes the heat generated by the loop through conventional ducts found in buildings. The reverse happens when the system is trying to cool down a space.

The Benefits of Geothermal Systems

Increased Savings on Heating Utilities

Geothermal systems harness existing heat instead of generating it. This process results in lower energy loss compared to fuel furnaces working overtime to produce and distribute heat throughout a space.

Durable Components That Can Last a Lifetime

Earth loops can last up to 50 years, and other components can last up to 25 years. Compared to regular furnaces, geothermal systems can supply your property with reliable heating and cooling for generations to come.

Eligibility for Tax Credits

Geothermal systems reduce energy costs and dependency on fossil fuels. To encourage more people to switch to green energy, the government introduced a 30% tax credit for geothermal heat pump installations.