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Water Geothermal – Vertical Loop

Geothermal Vertical LoopWhen your property is on a small section of land, Water Geothermal Heating – Vertical Loop system may work well for you.

A vertical loop geothermal heating system utilizes a network of sealed and pressurized plastic pipe  that is drilled vertically into the ground. Vertical loops are used extensively where land area is limited.

The plastic tubing is inserted into a bore hole that averages between 150 to 300 feet deep. The ground temperature at this depth remains a constant 55° year round.

The lengths and number of loops required is determined by the heat loss of the house or building. To better understand the benefits of a vertical geothermal heating system, sign up for our free report on Geothermal heating and cooling.

A vertical loop geothermal heating system utilizes network of sealed and pressurized plastic pipe that is drilled vertically into the ground Vertical Loops are used extensively where land area is limited.  The plastic tubing is inserted into a bore hole that averages between 150 to 300 feet deep. The ground temperature at this depth remains a constant 55° year round. The lengths and number of loops required is determined by the heat loss of the house or building. To better understand the benefits of a vertical geothermal heating system, sign up for our free report on Geothermal heating and cooling.