|Bobcat by garage ready to move some earth in|
preparation to install geothermal heating system.
Workmen not allowed to use Emil Bach house bathroom!
|Building permit on back gate.|
|Courtesy of NY state.|
The ground is being dug up in anticipation of the installation of the geothermal systems. The core of the Earth is molten iron, and its very hot, the very center is 9000 degrees F. This new method of heating homes is expensive to install but ultimately ends up saving the homeowner a lot of money. Its simply an engine that pumps water through coils through the ground, the ground transfers the heat to the water which is pumped back to heat the structure in winter and the opposite in summer. The temperature underground is nearly constant throughout the year 50 degrees F. When its significantly colder or hotter than this temperature is really when this system shines. To view the schematics showing how the geothermal systems work in summer and winter kindly visit the NY state website.