Geothermal Contractors Washington DC

Local resource for geothermal contractors in Washington, DC. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to geothermal heating, green heating, and geoexhange as well as advice and content on heat pumps and ground-source heat pumps.

McCullough Construction
(202) 232-3208
1407 W St NW
Washington, DC
R S C Electrl
(202) 398-5046
6035 Dix St NE
Washington, DC
Swanns Construction
(202) 289-1107
1300 1st St NE
Washington, DC
Advance Construction Inc
(202) 667-2971
3636 16th St NW Ste E
Washington, DC
Covenant Construction Inc
(202) 526-1313
1818 New York Ave NE
Washington, DC
Gibson Builders Llc
(202) 364-1555
5185 MacArthur Blvd NW
Washington, DC
Sigal Construction Corporation Headquarters
(202) 944-6600
3299 K St NW Ste 100
Washington, DC
Universal Buildings
(202) 986-6300
1875 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC
Mitretek Systems
(202) 554-4414
955 Lenfant Plz SW
Washington, DC
Landis Construction Corp
(202) 244-4104
4235 Jenifer St NW
Washington, DC

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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