Geothermal Heating and Cooling - Quick Installations and Service for
Geothermal Heat Pumps and Loop
Systems in New Jersey
Geothermal HVAC - Full Services and Estimates for Geothermal Heating, Geothermal Air
Geothermal Hot Water in Residential and Commercial Environments
Our company is a geothermal contractor located in New Jersey. We offer geothermal HVAC
services to NJ residential and commercial customers for a large diversity of applications
such as Geothermal Heating, Geothermal Air Conditioning, Geothermal Hot Water, All in One / Whole House Geothermal Heating and Cooling, Pool and Spa Heating, etc.
Comfort NJ will work with you to determine the best heat source for your application and the
best geothermal equipment to suit your needs and specifications. Our Certified Technicians
have a very high level of training and expertise in HVAC systems for both residential and
commercial installations, and they work hard to win and maintain your trust. With us geo
thermal heating and cooling installations are easy and cost effective. Please see below our geo thermal services:
Geothermal heat pump and loop system installations by Comfort NJ - New Construction, Retrofitting,
Replacements of older Geo Thermal Systems
- Residential WaterFurnace Comfort Systems - All in One, Splits and Hydronic, such as 3-in-1 forced air heating and
cooling systems, Hydronic units for high volume hot water applications, radiant floor, spa, pools, fan coils, Air Handlers to move air to and from the home
- Comfort Aire Geothermal/Water Source Systems: geothermal heat pumps, Two
Stage Geothermal, Two Stage Split Systems, Water-to Water Systems, Geothermal Accessories for residential and commercial applications
- We install only Geothermal Systems that meet or exceeds Energy Star® guidelines
- Closed loop systems that circulate a water-based solution through a "loop" of small
diameter, underground pipes. In cold weather this solution absorbs heat from the earth and carries it to the geothermal unit.
Horizontal loops are often considered when adequate land surface is available. Pipes are placed in trenches, in lengths that range from 100 to 800 feet.
Vertical loops are the ideal choice when available land surface is limited. Drilling equipment is used to bore small-diameter holes from 75 to 300 feet deep.
Pond (lake) loops are very economical to install when a body of water is available, because excavation costs are
virtually eliminated. Coils of pipe or a plate exchanger are simply placed on the bottom of the pond or lake.
- Open loop systems utilize ground water as a direct energy source. In ideal conditions, an open loop application can
be the most economical type of geothermal system.
Geothermal System Design Services by Comfort NJ
Our company offers quality geothermal system design and analysis for residential and
commercial projects. From the early stages of site evaluation to the final project we help
our customers to build an effective geothermal system for many years to come. Our specialists have the knowledge and tools to perform a comprehensive analysis and to
design state of the art solutions. Our geo thermal design services include:
- Loop field design - Closed or open loops, such as horizontal, vertical and pond / lake loops
- Geothermal Heating and Cooling Unit sizing for optimum efficiency
- Air flow calculations to ensure that each room has the proper amount of heating or cooling
- Load calculations for proper sizing and installation
- Geothermal design assistance to building contractors or consulting engineers involved in geothermal projects
- Cost Analysis for Geo Thermal Installations
- Advanced technologies, modern innovative engineering, state of the art design, robust high quality construction and
Advantages of Geothermal Energy - Why Does Geothermal Make Sense To Install at Your Home or Business?
- A geothermal heat pump will save you a lot of money and energy if you live in your home for years, and will enhance
the value of your home
- Geothermal energy can be a powerful source of energy, more than wind and solar power combined
- Geothermal energy is clean; by going (geothermal or geo-exchange), you save fossil fuel and green your energy
- Geo thermal energy can be the next HVAC for your home
What is Geo-Thermal Energy / Geoexchange (Ground Source Heating and Cooling)
Geothermal Heating and Cooling or Geoexchange is the process of using the renewable energy from the earth to heat
and cool a building by means of heat transfer. In the winter, the heat from the ground is drawn out through a series of
pipes called a loop field, that are installed into the earth. A water/antifreeze solution runs through the piping capturing the
warmth and delivering it to the heat pump inside the building. The heat pump then uses refrigerant to transfer the heat into
the air or water that is heating the structure. In the summer, the very same ground source heat pump (GSHP) simply
reverses and pulls the heat from the building, carries it through the loops, and rejects the heat into the earth. This process
saves energy due to the fact that the heat pump is now dumping heat into 50 degree ground versus 80-100 degree outside air temperature.
Geothermal energy is a cost-effective alternative to gas systems. By using the earth to provide up to 70% of a building's
total heating needs, GSHP (ground source heat pump) systems are truly geothermal energy made practical. Using the
information about the terrain and other natural resources surrounding your home or building, we will design the most cost
effective loop field as the energy source for your GSHP system.
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