Due to the installations of a geothermal heating and cooling system your yard will be affected somehow. There can be tire tracks in result of heavy moving machinery used in the drilling process in your yard. It depends upon some natural elements whether your yard will sustain damage or not. Muddy condition due to the water or runoff can cause deeper tire tracks and untidiness in your yard. If the ground is dry, it may cause less damage due to the heavy moving equipment.
Smith Sustainable Design help you keep the negative effects minimum while installing geothermal heating system for your home. Our team of experts evaluate the condition of your soil and other factors affecting the installation process. The purpose is to help in the design of a geothermal heating and cooling system and to install it in all conditions.
We cannot control the natural impacts, but we can decide appropriate location and design of a geothermal heating and cooling system to minimize the negative effects. Horizontal earth loop damages more area in your yard because they are aligned horizontally under the ground. Vertical earth loop however occupies lesser space but requires deep digging. No matter which design you use without digging you cannot install any earth loops.
If you want a geothermal heating and cooling system for your home, it is preferred to rely on us. Effects to your yard will disappear in a short time after the installation of geothermal heating and cooling system. You will see no changes in your yard as soon as the grass grows. Smith Sustainable Design makes sure to reduce the negative effects and protect the areas in your yard you do not want to be damaged. Geothermal heating system recovers landscaping issues in a short time after the installation and provides long lasting and energy efficient way of cooling and heating your home.