Geothermal Contractors Macomb MI
Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association
257 South Bridge Street
Woodward Pechtree Capital Partners
3434 Russell St
Event Horizon Solar & Wind Inc
6080 Knoll Dr
Solar and wind sales and installation.
Whitley Auditing Firm
19512 Northrop St
Community Energy Solution Program
6327 Burlingame St
Infinity Energy Inc
65 Cadillac Sq Ste 2815
Mechanical Energy Systems
8130 Canton Center Rd.
Solar Electric (PV), Solar Water heating, solar pool heating, solar space heating, solar attic fans, tubular skylights, high efficiency furnaces and A/C
D & R Energy Services, Inc
P.O. Box 1013
Solar, Solar Thermal, Wind, Hydro Electric, Bio Mass and Bio Gas
Home Solar Solutions
Solar and Wind Systems
J.D. Stratton Electric, Inc.
2360 W. Carriage Hill Dr.
Traverse City, MI
Residential solar and wind turbines
Choosing A Geothermal System Contractor
All geothermal systems should be installed by a reputable contractor, with experience.
Ground loop systems are particularly important to have installed professionally.
Here are some quick guidelines to choosing a geothermal ground source heat pump installer:
Get as close to local as possible
The closer a dealer is to your own location the more likely he is to know about your local ground conditions, energy availability and other important factors. Of course, you also want a reputable dealer knowledgeable of all aspects of the system you are installing.
Get as much information as you can
There is also a lot of information available online (including this guide, of course).
For how long do they guarantee, and against what do they guarantee?
Here are some other important questions about a geothermal dealer:
- How long have they been in business?
- How many years of experience in geothermal installation do they have?
- Are they familiar with local zoning, regulations and codes?
- What do they know about government incentives for renewable energy?
- What post-installation service do they offer?
- Can they provide you with updated manuals and catalogues?
- Do they have background information (tests, comparisons, etc.) on equipment?
- Are they a member of trade organizations (e.g. "geothermal energy association")?
- What payment options do they offer for your geothermal (earth energy) system?
- Can they supply you with a list of ref...
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