Virginia New Geo - DIY - SW Virginia

Discussion in 'Geothermal Heat Pump Testimonials' started by kk4ej, Apr 24, 2019.

  1. wing

    wing Member

    Yes,fully explained with your diagram.
  2. kk4ej

    kk4ej Member

    5-14-19 update: All six loops are in, most of the back fill is in, slowed by heavy rains and scout trip. Hope to have back fill done this week and HP arriving too.

    So far so good.
  3. kk4ej

    kk4ej Member

    5-27-19 update: All plumbing completed, old HP removed, new HP installed, duct work completed, electrical installed, final checkout in progress, hope to be on soon.
  4. kk4ej

    kk4ej Member

    12-19 Update: Unit has been working great! I monitor the input and output temperatures, water in in hottest summer period was 67 degrees, matching what loop link projected. Cooled the house easily, I am working on a year end electrical use comparison too. Heat wise, lowest input was 55 degrees after a week of cold, heating fine.
    I am now looking at replacing the upstairs unit, it is failing in heat mode. Ground work is already done, so its some plumbing inside.

    Overall, its been a great DIY project, Ive learned and studied alot and appreciate the ones here that offered ideas.

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