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Runtime : 133 min
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  1. Ray C
    Posted December 24, 2011 at 12:05 pm | Permalink

    Bravo! An excellent analysis that provides an easy to follow comparison of the different heating options. Confirms our decision to go geothermal and is consistant with our Eastern PA experience with geo to date. ( I thought your natural gas cost factor looked a little high, though.)

  2. Posted January 15, 2012 at 12:43 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for this detailed analysis. You didn’t cover environmental impacts of these sources though. Correct me if I’m wrong, but doesn’t burning wood have a serious impact on air quality? Presumably coal also suffers from this. Over the past winter holiday, suburban municipalities in the SF Bay Area forbade people from lighting fireplaces due to air quality concerns. Poor air quality is a potent killer statistically.

    • Posted January 25, 2012 at 3:07 am | Permalink

      Peter – thanks for the comments. In practice, I don’t think air quality is much of an issue (for first world countries anyway) with wood burning stoves. There just isn’t enough wood available in urban areas to contribute heavily. In the country, population density is to small for it to make much of a difference. In the SF Bay Area, due to the geography, air quality is often difficult to maintain. Even then, I doubt there are that many people who would be burning wood to create a problem. What you describe sounds like an over-reaction. That is just my opinion.

      As far as causing a health risk, our biggest risk for cancer is our industrial food supply. If a person consumed non-inflammatory foods like grass-fed meat and dairy, along with vitamin A & D, and avoided most processed foods, it would significantly reduce their risk of cancer, even when exposed to potential carcinogens such as smoke.

  3. patricia
    Posted October 29, 2012 at 12:21 pm | Permalink

    Man has been burning wood to keep warm for centuries. We didn’t have “air quality” and environmental concerns until the advent of industrialization and the modern combustion engine. San Francisco for instance, and its neighbor, Los Angeles, are amongthe smoggiest and most polluted places to visit (been there three times and this was in the eighties ). Its a location chock full uf elevated highways and known for traffic related violence as well ,becasue of the high density of automobiles. Ever sit in a Los Angeles traffic jam baking in the heat for hours going nowhere while all those vehicles chugged out nasty pollutants? What a stench! To try to say that people should not burn wood because of air quality concerns is nothing more than seeking a politically safe scapegoat while the real problem is sidestepped. I can see it being an issue if you happen to be an asthma sufferer and some guy with a wood stove’s smoke is drifting right into your house. But even then, asthma is not caused by wood smoke. Only aggravated by it in close proximity.

    If you are a politician and you want to challenge big business, as far as the whole automobile/ fuel and oil industry is concerned, you are going to make some enemies. There are numerous powerful people whove become billionaires from this industry. Easier to sasy ‘ Oh, its the wood burning stuff that is the problem”. Not enough of a majority to be a threat to any politicinan and not enough industry based on it to ruffle powerful feathers. I’ve heard of gov’t, who profits heavily from these industries, silencing the promotion of any solution that would provide an alternative clean fuel source for vehicles or at least severely restricting it because of the threat it represents to the fuel industry and all the stuff that spins off of it. It would take a huge chunk out of the enconomy. A controlled shutdown would be necssary to allow time for those dependnt on that industry for their livelihood to transition to new sources of income. And no one wants to give up something that has made them rich.

  4. Sergey
    Posted September 24, 2014 at 3:51 pm | Permalink

    Hi all.
    Great website.
    Can you guys clarify, if I would use stainless steel as “head-end” of the closed inground loop, its still can get corroded, as copper would(assembly worse case soil)?
    Also if I would go 20 feet vertical but with two smaller loop(3/8″ pipe for example), instead of one single loop 50 foot and 3/4″ pipe.
    Is there is heat output still be degraded due to deepest, or it will not?
    Or for example, if you go deeper, does that means you reaching bigger “heat source” ?
    Appreciate your responses.

    • Posted October 1, 2014 at 9:15 pm | Permalink

      Going to a smaller pipe that is shallower would pose a myriad of problems:
      1) 40′ x 3/8 dia is much less than 50′ of 3/4 dia. With less length, you actually need larger pipe.
      2) You won’t reach stable temps until at least 12′ down. I don’t know the exact depth offhand, but you need most of your pipe deep.
      3) Such a small dia pipe may present flow restriction problems.

      Bottom line, you can add more pipe in a bigger hole, but you still need to get some depth there. For this and your other questions, you should probably go with standard installer recommendations.

  5. Sergey
    Posted September 24, 2014 at 3:53 pm | Permalink

    P.S.
    What vertical close loop sealer you would advice?
    For better heat exchange rate/soil penetration?

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