Scott Roberts of Niles, Michigan says everything is getting smaller, less expensive and smarter, including heat pump units, ductwork when necessary, geothermal drills and drilling configurations.
He was able to install direct exchange geothermal at an urban Detroit house with a 35’ x 25’ back yard. They drilled 10 diagonal loops at 75 feet each, containing highly efficient copper tube, connected to a small modern geothermal heat pump and radiant heating. The payback on the system is 7.1 years.
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