Warren Hay – Your premier Geothermal Systems Contractor Bar None!
It probably comes as no surprise that more and more people are turning to alternative ways in which to heat and cool their property or business. One such method is through installation of geothermal Systems. Myrtle Beach, Calabash, Little River residents and businesses are looking for a system that’s not only cheap to run, but environmentally friendly too, and installing a geothermal system ticks all of these boxes and more besides.
So why choose us?
Here at Warren-Hay we’ve been installing geothermal systems since before it was fashionable to do so. In fact, we installed one of the very first ground loops way back in 1986 and it’s still going strong today. For this reason, it’s fair to say that we know a thing or two about design, installation and maintenance procedures.
Fully trained and fully licensed
All of our staff are North American Technicians of Excellence (NATE) certified meaning that you will only receive the highest levels of service. In addition our company is a member of the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA) which tells our customers that we’re fully licensed to carry out geothermal installations. Finally all of our piping technicians are geo-fusing qualified
Dealing with all aspects of your system
When it comes to geothermal systems, Myrtle Beach, Calabash, Little River residents can feel safe in the knowledge that here at Warren-Hay, we have all aspects covered. Geothermal energy is the smart way to heat and cool your property. In many cases you can reduce your bills by up to 70%, so from our point of view, it makes economic sense. For those that are considering going ‘geothermal’, we have the expertise to deal with any type of installation. We have installed systems in residences with only one well, and in addition successfully completed commercial installations with over forty wells. (In one case we used the parking lot as our well field).
So how does it work?
Even though the temperature in South Carolina can feel pretty cold in the winter and blazing hot in the summer surprisingly, the temperature underneath the ground remains constant. Because the ground absorbs around 47% of the sun’s energy and heat, the energy stored beneath the ground becomes a natural source of heating. Ground loops and a pump extract the heat from the ground and distribute it through normal ventilation channels into your property. With air conditioning, this heating process is reversed, thus pumping cold air into your property. For every one unit of electricity needed, typically geothermal systems in Myrtle Beach, Calabash, Little River will use four free units of natural underground energy. This energy is constantly re-supplied by the heat from the sun and is sustainable.
There is no company that has as much experience in geothermal installation as Warren-Hay, so if you want to know how you can reduce your utility bills and save yourself money, then give us a call today.