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Geothermal Systems & Services in Savannah, GA

Many people do not realize the potential heating and cooling energy that surrounds their homes. With a water–source geothermal heat pump installation by our team, you can harness the energy of water on your property and use it to heat and cool your home. If you have a body of water on your property and are interested in learning more about the potential for geothermal heating, call AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. today. We will assess your property and discuss the opportunities available to you. Once we determine whether or not geothermal heating and cooling is a good fit for your home, we’ll decide which type of system is best suited for the job and can continue with the installation process. Because water–source geothermal systems draw their energy from a depth where the temperature is more constant than the air, geothermal systems can be more effective and versatile than other heat pump models. Call us with any questions you may have about new installs or get in touch if your current system needs a tune up, repair or maintenance.

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Geothermal Installation and Replacement Service

Geothermal technology may not be an area that many homeowners or residential building owners have kept up on. Don’t miss out on what could be a great heating and cooling option for your home, condos or apartments though. Call AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. today for answers to all of your questions regarding these highly efficient, eco–friendly systems.

There are a number of benefits that come with having your water–source geothermal heat pump system regularly maintained. First and foremost, professional maintenance helps keep your system functioning effectively and properly. It will not always be obvious to the user that a geothermal system is not functioning properly. Unfortunately, by the time those problems become obvious they have often been around for a while and have progressed. Regular maintenance ensures that every component of your system is working the way that it is supposed. This allows for maximum efficiency, in turn reducing energy use and potentially saving you money on the cost of operating your system. Running a system that is poorly maintained can cause unnecessary stress or increase wear and tear on your system, resulting in increased need for repairs and a higher risk of break down.

Professional maintenance visits give your professional service provider the opportunity to locate and resolve small issues and damages before they can develop further and cause serious damage to your system. The early detection of such problems keeps repair work small, simple and affordable. If you’re running a damaged system you are increasing the likelihood that bigger, more costly repairs will be necessary.

Geothermal Repair Service 

Even the most rigorous maintenance program cannot protect your geothermal heating system from the need for repairs forever. When a problem does develop with your system it is important that you call for repair service right away. Keep your eyes open for indicators of a problem such as inconsistent heating and cooling, a rise in cost of operation or even strange smells and sounds. As soon as you notice an irregularity contact AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co.. We’ll repair whatever problems your system is facing fast to minimize the inconvenience and disruption to your home comfort levels. When you suspect a problem with your geothermal heat pump system, call AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. for professional, dependable repair service.

Geothermal Heating and Cooling System Maintenance

There are a number of benefits that come with having your water–source geothermal heat pump system regularly maintained. First and foremost, professional maintenance helps keep your system functioning effectively and properly. It will not always be obvious to the user that a geothermal system is not functioning properly. Unfortunately, by the time those problems become obvious they have often been around for a while and have progressed. Regular maintenance ensures that every component of your system is working the way that it is supposed. This allows for maximum efficiency, in turn reducing energy use and potentially saving you money on the cost of operating your system. Running a system that is poorly maintained can cause unnecessary stress or increase wear and tear on your system, resulting in increased need for repairs and a higher risk of break down.

Professional maintenance visits give your professional service provider the opportunity to locate and resolve small issues and damages before they can develop further and cause serious damage to your system. The early detection of such problems keeps repair work small, simple and affordable. If you’re running a damaged system you are increasing the likelihood that bigger, more costly repairs will be necessary.

Types of Water–Source Geothermal Heat Pump Systems

There are a couple of options when it comes to the installation of a water–source geothermal heat pump on your property. To begin with, a ground loop system must be decided on. With geothermal heating and cooling, the ground loop system is the piping that is buried or submerged below ground or water to absorb the heat below. There are both open and closed loop systems, and depending on the water you have available on your property either one may be appropriate.

Closed Loop Pond or Lake Systems

In a closed loop system an antifreeze solution is circulated through a closed loop of generally plastic tubing. This tubing will sit in your water–source below the freezing point. As the antifreeze solution circulates it will absorb the heat around it and a heat exchanger will transfer the heat between refrigerant within the heat pump and the solution in the loop system. To ensure that freezing is not an issue and that temperatures are constant, the body of water available must meet certain size, depth and quality requirements. A supply line will connect the building to the water system, and must be buried at least eight feet deep to avoid freezing. Because this process requires far less digging than ground–source geothermal systems it is often a more affordable option.

Open Loop Water–Source Geothermal Heat Pump Systems

Another loop system option for water–source geothermal systems is an open loop system. In this sort of system the water itself acts as the heat transfer fluid. It circulates throughout the system and is returned to the ground at the end. This is a great option so long as you have an adequate water supply. There are local regulations that must be met for groundwater discharge as well. Call us today to learn if an open loop system is a viable option for you water–source geothermal heat pump system.