At W&G Service, we've been taking COVID-19 very seriously. We always have given our employees paid sick time so they don't come to work spreading an illness. Many of our office personal are presently working remotely from home. Our Service Technicians are starting at different times, and their parts are being staged in a separate building, distancing themselves from the parts department. Our customers are being asked if anyone in the home is sick. It's not that we won't serve them if they are. It's that our Service Technicians are proactive, wearing gloves and masks. Finally, at the moment, no more friendly handshakes.

Together, as a community, we can get through this crisis by being proactive.

Geothermal in Islip, Riverhead, Sag Harbor, Smithtown, Southampton and Surrounding Areas

These days, every household and commercial space seems incomplete without air conditioning units. With the rising global temperatures, it has become an indispensable part of our lives. However, although it becomes difficult to survive without it, especially during extreme temperatures, one should also remember to consciously make a simultaneous effort towards environment conservation. This is why geothermal systems have come to the fore. Long-lasting, low maintenance and energy-saving are just a few of the benefits that it offers over conventional HVAC systems. Homeowners and business-owners alike can save from 20%-60% energy once they begin using geothermal heat pumps. If you need such services in or around areas like Islip, Riverhead, Sag Harbor, Smithtown, Southampton, Westhampton, and so on, then you can count on us at Weber & Grahn to make your life easier. With an experience worth 50 years and counting, we provide installation, repair and replacements of geothermal heat pumps with the latest technologies available in the market.

Geo Thermal in Islip, Riverhead, Sag Harbor, Smithtown, Southampton Here are two essential aspects of geothermal heat pumps that you must know about:

  1. Suitable for All Climates:

Fortunately, geothermal systems can be used in any kind of climate. Since its functions depend majorly on the underground temperature, which usually maintains a constant of around 45° to 75° F, no matter the location, geothermal systems are suitable for all extreme climates.

  1. Available in Different Varieties:

Before making an investment in GHP systems, you should know about all the options that are available for you, including closed and open loop designs. The majority of GHP users, almost as high as 85% consumers, use ground-heat exchangers for circulating fluid through closed loop designs. The structure of the ground-heat exchanger can also vary according to several factors like soil conditions, climate, groundwater access, etc.

Wish to know more in details? Then contact us at 631-728-1166 today!