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Advantages of Geothermal Energy

Geothermal energy, a sustainable and eco-friendly solution, taps into the Earth's consistent underground temperatures to provide heating for buildings and residences. Beneath our feet, the Earth retains a steady warmth, relatively unaffected by the seasonal temperature fluctuations on the surface. By leveraging this heat reservoir, geothermal systems utilize a series of underground pipes, often called ground source heat pumps, to transfer this stable warmth to buildings during colder months.

Did you know you can save significantly on monthly heating costs when you generate heat through geothermal wells ? Choosing a geothermal heating system is a wise economical decision. Almost two-thirds of the energy needed to heat our buildings can be drawn directly from the earth, saving up to 70% of heating costs. The long life of these installations means that geothermal heating systems can be very savvy investments.

Geothermal heating systems are very stable and easy to control, given their constant source of uninterrupted heat. Consumers appreciate that they can avoid temperature fluctuations that are both unpleasant and difficult to stabilize when they use geothermal wells to heat their buildings.

Geothermal Heating and Cooling

Installations vary by country and province. Typically casing is installed and sealed into bedrock or into sand and gravel layers overlying the bedrock. Drilling continues into the bedrock or sand and gravel layers until sufficient quantities of water are observed through bail testing. Once the well has been constructed it is developed to remove sediment and increase the yield. Following the development process the drill tooling is removed and the well is disinfected. In order to install your water well, or to improve an existing water well system, get in touch with our experienced and reliable team at Brewster Well Drilling.

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