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Geothermal Environmental Benefits in Hamilton, OH

Bartels Heating & Cooling offers installations and repair for geothermal systems in Hamilton OH and the surrounding areas. Geothermal systems are basically made up of two main components: the underground loops that draw energy from the consistent temperature of the soil, and the heat pump installed indoors to distribute the air throughout your home. Installing the loops is the biggest part of the project, and the type you choose to install will depend on factors, such as the local climate, the size of the home, and how much land is available.

Bartels Heating & Cooling offers air conditioning and heating services in Hamilton, OH and the surrounding areas.

Call the geothermal experts at Bartels Heating & Cooling if you are not sure which system is right for you. We can help you locate the best place to install the loops, which will help determine which loop system is right for your situation.

Closed Loop and Open Loop Systems for Geothermal Systems

Most geothermal systems in our area utilize "closed" loops, which indicate that the pipes installed in the ground are sealed off. They contain a liquid mixture of antifreeze and water circulated within the loop system. This liquid is what enables heat transfer from the constant temperatures within the ground, which is then transferred to the heat pump to supply heating or air conditioning depending on the time of year.

An open loop system is usually installed where there is enough groundwater or underground water source. The pipes are open so that the water can be pumped through a well connected to the water source. Once it is pumped to the heat pump and used, the water is sent through a different well back to the water source. Call any time to ask one of our geothermal experts which type of loop system is right for you.

Pond or Lake Geothermal Loop Systems

If your home is located near an above ground water source, such as a pond or lake, you can choose to install coils to draw the temperatures at the bottom of the body of water. The coils are attached to pipes, which are buried a few feet deep and run in between the house and the water. Pond loop systems work just as well as horizontal or vertical loop systems, but it all depends on each situation. Call us any time if you have questions.

Bartels Heating & Cooling – Your Hamilton, OH Geothermal Specialists

Call the geothermal specialists at Bartels Heating & Cooling for all your geothermal system needs in Hamilton, OH and the surrounding areas. We can help you choose the right loop system for your home and property, and we offer drilling and pipe installation services, as well as installations for a variety of geothermal heat pumps. Call us any time to schedule a consultation with one of our geothermal specialists .

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