Are you familiar with geothermal wells? They’re becoming more and more popular as people try to find ways to save money and protect natural resources. Here at Pinckney Well Drilling and Geothermal, we’ve helped many people throughout the Beaufort, Walterboro, and Charleston, SC areas get a geothermal well on their property. The benefits of using this technology are many. We’d like to share five of the major reasons why you should consider installing a geothermal well.

  1. Geothermal wells have a low operating cost. Once these units are up and running, you’ll notice the savings on your energy bill almost immediately. In fact, it’s estimated that you can save between 20 and 40 percent on your HVAC bills if those units are powered by a geothermal well.
  2. It’s clean and green. These wells tap into the geothermal energy that’s naturally produced by the earth. Geothermal is a renewable energy source and can reduce your dependence on fossil fuels.
  3. It takes advantage of advanced technology. These systems may be powered by Mother Nature but they incorporate modern advances. State-of-the-art motors and Wi-Fi controls are just two options that may be available on the system you choose.
  4. It’s also simple to operate. Just because something is technologically advanced doesn’t mean it has to be difficult to use. To the contrary, geothermal systems are easy to use, require little maintenance, and last longer than many traditional systems.
  5. You can use it anywhere. Geothermal wells can be installed just about anywhere in the country. The sandy soil of the Lowcountry may pose problems for some of the things you try to do around your home, but geothermal won’t be one of them.

If you’re looking for a well driller near you who specializes in geothermal systems, look no further than Pinckney Well Drilling and Geothermal. With over 20 years of experience in geothermal well installation and maintenance, Pinckney Well Drilling and Geothermal is the only company you should trust in the Lowcountry. Plus, we’re one of the oldest water well drilling companies around, having served the Southeastern US since 1898. Call today to learn more.