Geothermal heating and cooling rely on the earth’s constant 52F degree temperature at about 20-30 ft below the ground to either heat or cool your home or business. Depending on your location, there may be generous tax incentives to help defray the cost of installation (check with your tax professional). Most homeowners find these systems start paying for themselves in just a matter of years.
Geothermal Consultation and Installation
Geothermal systems can be added to existing buildings or included as part of the build plan. Brown Concrete and Backhoe can help you with sizing up an appropriate system, along with installation and service.
In addition to installation, we can troubleshoot and repair your existing geothermal system.
some of our services include:
- Hose Fusing
- Leak repair
- System flushing and filling