Geothermal Drilling and Services

Geothermal energy is energy from the natural heat of the earth. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, “Geothermal energy is a clean source of renewable energy that harnesses heat from the earth for heating applications and electricity generation.” The U.S. Government regards geothermal energy as such an important resource that U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu has dedicated nearly $50 million from the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act to advance commercial deployment of geothermal heat pumps!

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Why Choose Geothermal?

Geothermal energy can be used to heat and cool any building of any size. It is clean and renewable. Geothermal heating systems are a viable, cost-effective alternative to fossil fuels. Geothermal systems can be installed in new homes, or retrofitted into existing buildings. Geothermal heat pumps provide heating, air conditioning, and hot water, and are quieter, and 30% more efficient than other heat pumps. You'll never need another oil delivery again! You'll save money, as geothermal heat pumps use less energy, and you'll be reducing global warming and promoting cleaner air. Furthermore, in 2009 and 2010, the ARRA has offered a tax refund to homeowners who make their homes more energy efficient. This is a golden opportunity for homeowners to increase the comfort of their home, while simultaneously helping the environment, and recouping 30% of the cost of the improvement (up to $1,500) from the government!

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Geothermal Ground Loop Heat Exchanger

Why Choose us for your geothermal installation?

Wragg Well Drilling & Pump Service, LLC, has been an IGSHPA accredited installer since 1998, and has installed geothermal ground loops ranging from over 4,000 vertical feet, to more modest residential applications of 600 feet. In 2008, Wragg Well Drilling & Pump Service, LLC, drilled over 55,000 feet for geothermal applications alone. With multiple drilling rigs, and dedicated grouting and fusing crews, Wragg Well Drilling and Pump Service, LLC, responds quickly, efficiently, and professionally to install your geothermal ground loop.

If you are interested in discussing retrofitting your home with an earth coupled geothermal system, or installing a geothermal system in a new home, please call us today at 1-800-303-3097.

A representative will walk you through the process, set up a site visit to discuss the specific heating and cooling demands of your home, and the best geothermal system to support your needs.

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