• Geothermal Installation and Replacement

  • Do You Need a Winter or Spring HVAC Tune-Up? It's Hard to Tell Right Now.

    "Unusual weather we're having, ain't it?" - Cowardly Lion, The Wizard of Oz But, seriously, this weather has been crazy. It hasn't felt much like winter this winter. With only a few cold, snowy days and the Groundhog NOT seeing his shadow yesterday,[...]

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    Even though the weather has been rather off-kilter for a December here in Cincinnati, the bitter cold winter weather is coming and you need to be prepared! If you haven't already, it's time to get your sweaters, coats, and long Johns out of storage [...]

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    Your home's HVAC system is perhaps one of the most important comfort features of your home. It keeps your home warm and toasty during the cold winter months and keeps it nice and cool in the hot summer months. You want to make sure that you [...]

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    So, you've invested in an HVAC system. What now? You should have your HVAC system looked at twice every year, ideally in the fall and spring, before the heating and cooling seasons start. It's also a good idea to invest in a HVAC maintenance plan to[...]

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    HVAC Maintenance

    June 24, 2015

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    At RineAir Heating and Air Conditioning we are dedicated to building lasting relationships with our customers by delivering value through quality work and dependable service at affordable prices. We are your local Cincinnati heating and cooling [...]

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  • A geothermal system offers a unique heating and cooling solution for your home or commercial building. It uses the heat naturally stored in the earth’s crust each day to power the HVAC system in your house or office space.

    Call RineAir Heating & Air Conditioning today to learn more about our Cincinnati geothermal installation services. We have worked with many homeowners and businesses throughout the region, and we’d like for you to become part of the RineAir family today!

    Geothermal Installation

    The earth is the ultimate solar panel, absorbing as much as 50% of the solar energy that reaches us each day. As a result, the temperature six feet underground remains a steady 68–72 degrees most of the year and almost never drops below 50 degrees, even when the air temperature is well below freezing. We can tap into that energy through a geothermal system, and the type of installation will depend on where your home or business is situated and how large of a space needs to be heated and cooled.

    There are two geothermal loop types available – closed and open. In a closed loop, the same water or refrigerant is circulated through a system of pipes to extract heat energy from the ground under your home or office building. A closed loop can be either horizontal or vertical – larger buildings often require a vertical closed loop to ensure there is sufficient heat available all year. We will work with you to determine which type of loop you need, and which one fits within your budget. Feel free to call us any time with questions, or you can contact us here. We’re happy to answer questions or set up a consultation with you. Get in touch with us today!

    Geothermal Installation Process

    Cincinnati geothermal installation is done with special equipment designed to maximize the efficiency of your geothermal system. Drilling is not required for horizontal closed loops – just excavation of the property, but for a vertical closed loop, a fairly deep hole will need to be drilled for the installation process to be complete. The process can take anywhere between one and five days to complete, depending on the composition of the earth beneath the structure and any permits and regulations required for the drilling.

    Geothermal Installation and Replacement Experts at RineAir Heating & Air Conditioning

    Find out why customers have long trusted RineAir Heating & Air Conditioning with all their geothermal installation needs. If it is time to have a new HVAC system installed, and you want to save more energy with a geothermal system, call us today to schedule a consultation.