Geothermal
Heating and Cooling

Looking for a “Green” Heating and Cooling Solution?

Geothermal technology uses the temperature of the earth to heat and cool your commercial buildings or home. In addition to using free, naturally occurring heat, geothermal heating and cooling systems are extremely energy efficient.

Put the Earth’s Temperature to Work for You

Imagine heating your commercial building or home using the earth’s heat in the winter, and cooling it using the earth’s coolness in the summer. It’s all a matter of how warm it is inside in relation to the ground outside. With geothermal heating and cooling, liquid is carried through an underground system of sealed pipes. With the help of a geothermal unit, the liquid “moves” heat into, or out of, your commercial building or home.

Savings and Endorsements You Can Count On

In addition to being easy on the planet, geothermal heating and cooling is also easy on your pocketbook. Your geothermal system will cost less to operate than a natural gas or oil heating system, even in the winter. And with savings of up to 60% compared to conventional systems, your geothermal system will quickly pay for itself.

Geothermal technology is endorsed by the Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA website (www.epa.gov) points out “geothermal energy exists everywhere in the United States” while portions of Oregon, Idaho, Washington and Montana are especially favorable for taking advantage of geothermal energy.

A Few of Our Geothermal Heating and Cooling Projects

  • Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle, Washington. Drilled 8 holes 320 feet deep to heat and cool the penguin pool.
  • Panther Lake Elementary, Kent, Washington. Drilled and installed 70 geothermal wells 250 feet deep to heat and cool the school.
  • Juneau International Airport, Juneau, Alaska. Drilled 150 holes 350 feet deep to heat and cool the airport.
  • Juneau Aquatic Center, Juneau, Alaska. Drilled 150 holes 350 feet deep for heating and cooling.
  • Residence on Lake Washington, Bellevue, WA. Drilled 12 holes 250 feet deep to heat and cool the 6,000 square foot home.
  • Home on Lake Washington, Bellevue, WA. Drilled 14 holes 340 feet deep to heat and cool the 17,000 square foot home.
  • Office building, Tacoma, WA. Drilled 75 holes 340 feet deep for heating and cooling.
  • Mukilteo City Hall, Mukilteo, WA. Drilled 30 holes 300 feet deep to heat and cool building.
  • A Mercer Island, Washington homeowner is enjoying an affordable, energy efficient geothermal system consisting of 12 – 300 foot geothermal wells.
  • A Portland, Oregon homeowner is saving money with a “pump and dump” geothermal system consisting of a 6 inch well to 299 foot and an 8 inch well to 205 feet.

Your Licensed, Experienced Geothermal Drilling and Installation Teams

The Gregory Drilling Team has the special licenses required to drill and install geothermal heating and cooling systems. And whether we use our Portadrill 524 or the quiet, efficient DR-12, our geothermal drilling and installing experience means your job will be completed quickly and smoothly.

Contact us today to discover how you can heat and cool your commercial buildings or home with an earth-friendly geothermal heating and cooling system.

Geothermal drilling at Juneau International Airport, Juneau, AK
Geothermal drilling for a geothermal heating and cooling system at a government building in Washington state.
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