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  • Ultra Geothermal: Piping for a Geothermal Water-to-Water System
    Piping for a water-to-water geothermal system with radiant floor heating, second stage air heating and central air conditioning.
  • Ultra Geothermal: Pump system for a water geothermal system
    Pump system for a water geothermal system with radiant floor heating, second stage air heating and central air conditioning.
  • Ultra Geothermal: Pump system for a water geothermal system
    Pump system for a water geothermal system with radiant floor heating, second stage air heating and central air conditioning.
  • Ultra Geothermal: Water to air geothermal heat pump system
    Water to air geothermal heat pump system
  • Ultra Geothermal: Climate master water-to-air system
    Climate Master Water-to-Air System: The hot water heater is piped to the de-superheater on the geothermal unit to capture excess heat to assist in the production of the domestic hot water.
  • Ultra Geothermal: Climate master water-to-air system
    Climate Master Water-to-Air System: The hot water heater is piped to the de-superheater on the geothermal unit to capture excess heat to assist in the production of the domestic hot water.
  • Water-to-Air System with Environmentally Friendly 410A Refrigerant
    This is a 5-ton water-to-air system. The pipes on the front of the unit are for the incoming and outgoing water that is circulating to the open column well. We install only environmentally friendly, 410A refrigerant systems.
  • Water-to-Air System Ducts:  Wrapped to meet Energy Star requirements
    We wrap all of our ducts in an R-4 wrap and, in unconditioned spaces, wrap it twice with air space to achieve R-8. This meets Energy Star requirements.
  • Full Geothermal Water-to-Water System Using Radiant Tubing to Heat the Home
    This is a full geothermal water-to-water system that uses radiant tubing to heat the home. System components include: well tank (left), 4-ton water-to-water Hydron unit (middle), and the accumulator tank (right).
  • Well System with a Spin Down Filter to Exclude Debris
    On the bottom left of this well system is a spin down filter (white) that prevents any debris from flowing into the geothermal system.
  • Geothermal Accumulator Tank in a Water-to-Water System
    An accumulator tank stores warm water. When your house calls for heat, water is pulled from this tank. The geothermal heat pump produces the water for this tank and will replenish it as it is used throughout the house. Many times the water-to-water systems aren't running when the home is calling for heat since the heat is provided from the accumulator tank, and vice versa: often the geothermal will run when the house is done calling for heat, since it is now replenishing the tank that was just drawn from.
  • Radiant Pex Tubing Laid into Warmboard (TM)
    Radiant pex tubing laid into a product known as Warmboard™. Warmboard™ is a trademark product that is used as both a design layout for the tubing and the insulator of the tubing. Although a great product, it is expensive, so many of the radiant floors we build are just placed on wire mesh and then put in an insulation barrier.
  • Energy Recovery Ventilator Brings In Fresh Air from the Outside
    An Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) is installed so that fresh air can be brought into the system from outside. Since this a radiant system and there are no ducts to feed the fresh air into, the ERV is independently ducted throughout the house. An ERV is an important item to install when you are constructing a very well insulated house. Since the house is very tight and fresh air does not infiltrate, as does in older homes, fresh air will need to be introduced. With a water-to-air system, the ERV usually is ducted directly into the heating air duct system.
  • April-Aire humidifier on a Water-to-Air System
    This April-Aire humidifier is used on water-to-air systems to achieve the desired humidity throughout the home. You are able to control the humidity levels within your house; the system adjusts for the relative humidity.
  • Control Humidity Levels in Your House with the April-Aire Humidifier
    This April-Aire humidifier is used on water-to-air systems to achieve the desired humidity throughout the home. You are able to control the humidity levels within your house; the system adjusts for the relative humidity.
  • Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) and Humidifier
    This Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) and humidifier are ducted directly into the air duct system. This unit is much larger than the average ERV system because it is feeding into a 14,000 square foot home.
  • Radiant Tubing in the Concrete Slab Heats this Garage Area
    This full geothermal water-to-water system is heating a garage area. Radiant tubing placed in the concrete slab heats the area. System components include: 3-ton water-to-water Hydron unit (right) and the accumulator tank (left).
  • UNH Dorm Project: Independent geothermal heat pumps operating off a shared well system
    This 48-unit apartment complex houses UNH students. Each two-bedroom unit has an independent geothermal heat pump. These geothermal heat pumps operate off a shared well system of four open column wells that are drilled 1100 feet deep.
  • UNH Dorm Project: Each two-bedroom unit has an independent geothermal heat pump
    Tim and Todd lay out duct and piping design within each dorm unit.
  • UNH Dorm Project: Water-to-air units for each dorm room
    Todd pipes individual 2-ton water-to-air units for each dorm room.
  • UNH Dorm Project: Shared well system test
    Steve performs a test on the system prior to start-up.
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