Archive for August, 2012

Geothermal and Geology

Geothermal and Geology

Partridge Well Drilling was established in 1892. Their first drilling rigs used wooden masts, were powered by steam, and transported from site to site by horse drawn wagons. Today, they are a cialis 5mg full service well drilling company and also an IGSHPA (International Ground Source Heat Pump Association) certified geothermal loop installer. Merritt Partridge works for Partridge Well Drilling and spent some time talking with me last week about how underground geology affects a geothermal in ...

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How to protect your yard during a geothermal installation

How to protect your yard during a geothermal installation

A question that often surfaces before a homeowner decides to sign a contract with a geothermal installer is how the installation is going to affect their yard. Many homeowners invest in their landscaping and take pride in it. While some damage to a yard is inevitable during an installation, there are some practices that homeowners can encourage their geothermal well driller or installer to follow in order to keep yard damage to a minimum. Before selling a geothermal system, many contractor ...

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