Geothermal Well Drilling

Manage your property sustainably with geothermal wells
& benefit from dramatic cost savings!

Geothermal well systems use the consistent temperature of the earth to heat and cool your property. The energy stored in the ground is transferred using loops of coiled pipe, arranged in various ways called Loops.

Homes in hot and cold climates can benefit from a geothermal system. A heat pump is used to draw energy from the ground loop system, or disperse heat from the property back into the ground. Electricity is only used for moving the heat from your home back into the earth. A geothermal system can even pre-heat tank water and save you up to 50% on your water heating bill.

Ground-sourced heat is free and extremely sustainable. There are no emissions from a geothermal system, and the energy is cycled through the loops back into your property.

What is the estimated cost of geothermal drilling for my home?

How much can I save?

The estimated cost to install and operate geothermal heating systems & processes can be paid back in 3-8 years with energy savings. With our free site evaluation, you will find out:

1. Time it will take to get back the cost difference  (in energy savings) between your current system and geothermal.

2. Combine the total operating savings of cooling, heating and domestic hot water - Then compare the cost of the original system with the geothermal system, and see which one will save you more money long-term.

3. How much does it cost to maintain your current system vs a geothermal system? Compare the system reliability and lifespan.

The best way to help figure out if geothermal is right for your home or building is to do a free site estimate with A&H Drilling. Find out what loop type is best for your needs, how much it will cost and how much you'll save in the long run.

With a geothermal heating/cooling system: Savings on utility bills can go up to as much as 70%!

Types of Geothermal Heating & Cooling Systems

Closed Loop

Close loop system involves using underground continuous pipe loops filled with a chemical similar to anti freeze. This helps transfer the temperature from the ground water to your thermal heat pump.

Close loop geothermal systems can be installed either vertically or horizontally depending on the space available.

A vertical ground loop is the most common type of geothermal closed loop system because it takes the least space to build. During your free estimate, our staff can help you determine what type of closed loop system will work best with your property.

A horizontal loop is the other type of closed loop system. The benefit is that it doesn't need deep drilling, but takes more space on the property. It may be cheaper to install because a drill rig may not be required.

Open Loop

Close loop system involves using underground continuous pipe loops filled with a chemical similar to anti freeze. This helps transfer the temperature from the ground water to your thermal heat pump.

Close loop geothermal systems can be installed either vertically or horizontally depending on the space available.

A vertical ground loop is the most common type of geothermal closed loop system because it takes the least space to build. During your free estimate, our staff can help you determine what type of closed loop system will work best with your property.

A horizontal loop is the other type of closed loop system. The benefit is that it doesn't need deep drilling, but takes more space on the property. It may be cheaper to install because a drill rig may not be required.