AC and Pool Heaters for a 6,500 sq. ft. Home, Pt. 2
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Welcome to the second part of our two-part series detailing an air conditioning and pool heater installation for a home in Sarasota, Florida. You can recap part one here.
Before we continue, we want to reiterate an important message we provided in our previous video: Included in the stimulus signing at the end of 2020 was an upgrade to the GeoThermal energy tax credit through 2023. The 26% tax credit that was in effect in 2020 will continue through 2022. In 2023 it will decrease to 22%, and we hope they extend it further from there.
The final part of this job involves the GeoThermal pool heaters that work in conjunction with the whole system. We’re using two model 90s, which are smaller units that don’t create much noise. You can see them at 0:53 in the video (we apologize for the sudden saw-buzzing). Two-inch manifolds fit onto the back of the units to feed them the water.
“The basics of any GeoThermal system
are always the same.”
At 1:32 you can see the supply well, where everything begins for the whole system. It pulls water out of the ground for our GeoThermal systems, then returns it to a discharge well on the other side of the property. It includes a filter that takes out any sediment or sand that might clog the system. It’s controlled by a variable frequency drive that regulates the speed depending on the system’s demand, meaning we use minimal electricity.
The basics of any GeoThermal system are always the same. We could use 20 air conditioners and 10 pool heaters and the elements are consistent. The size of the parts is the only thing that changes. There’s no application in which we can’t fit our system.
As always, we invite you to visit our website for more information or to submit your questions. We would love to answer them for you.
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