Geothermal Journey – Installation

Geothermal Installation.
Geothermal Installation.

Ready for installation day?

Our Ground Loop Heating and Air Conditioning geothermal installation team sets up a day and a time to start drilling as soon as the county approves your permit application.

We also call Mrs. Utility and request location markers for all private and public utilities, such as cable, phone, gas, water, and sewer.

Digging and Drilling

When drilling starts for vertical geothermal loops or digging for a horizontal loop, we will meet with you to review the entire job. We will make final decisions about piping details and the installation timeline.

The appropriate sequence of installation tasks is essential in keeping your existing HVAC system running as long as possible. We do not want to remove your old unit days before your new geothermal heat pump is operational.

The next step is to place the loops into the ground and extend them to your Baltimore, MD home.

Geothermal Installation in Maryland, Pennsylvania, or Delaware

At this point in your geothermal installation journey, it is time to say goodbye to your old heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system and hello to efficient, clean geothermal energy.

We will remove your old equipment and install your new geothermal heat pump. Once the system is up and running, we will install any accessories you have ordered, such as water heating, zone control, or indoor air quality (IAQ) products.

When the new unit is fully operational, one of our technicians will walk you through the system and explain how to use the thermostat and change the air filter.  We are happy to answer your questions about the unit.

Final Steps

With the hard work done, it is time to finish any remaining paperwork and schedule a final inspection with you. We will mail you a packet that includes all your rebate paperwork filled out, with instructions on how to complete it and where to sign.

The final step in your geothermal installation journey is enjoying your new system.

Going Geothermal

Installing a geothermal heating and cooling system requires more time and is more complicated than a furnace or air conditioner upgrade, but the benefits surpass anything a conventional system offers.

You get a long-lasting, environmentally friendly, energy-efficient system that uses free heat from underground.

Consider starting your geothermal journey with Ground Loop Heating and Air Conditioning. Call us at 410-836-1706 or request service online.

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Call us at 410-836-1706!