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Radiant Floor Heating
New Construction Log Cabin with Boiler and Radiant Floor Heating
Removed old standard propane gas furnace. Installed customers' wood burning/propane combo furnace with future option to add air-conditioning or heat-pump. To save future expenses we installed a 4 ton coil with ductwork, system is now ready to add either system. Greg can't decide why he would need three options for heating i.e.: wood, propane, and heat pump. I have explained to him propane is more expensive than the heat pump, so if he would want to go on vacation, this will lower his heating bill when he cannot load the wood.
This project started with discussing replacement of a 50 year old, 50% efficient boiler. Our boiler options were competitive, but, as Mr. Jones pointed out, replacement of the boiler would only save money in the heating season, which is about five to six months out of the year. A geothermal system would save money all twelve months of the year. The tax credit was also a major factor, 30% of total install. The Jones had three systems replaced, a total of eleven tons of cooling/heating. Eleven 155 foot wells were drilled vertically to put in the geothermal systems.
Met Bruce while repairing his daughters furnace, evidently he was the most expendable person that day. During the repair he was talking to me about the log cabin he would be building, we discussed some options for the heating and cooling needs of it. Geothermal was the most economical way to heat, cool, and maintain comfort.