Licensed Architect - Phillip Rye, Licensed Civil Engineer
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Geothermal Residential Heat Pumps
Dear Home Owner or Renter,
If you want to have a more comfortable,
energy efficient home you MUST read this admittedly long letter.
We want you to understand all the information you will need in order to
make an informed decision on turning your new home or existing home
into the most energy efficient home in your neighborhood.
Backed by scientific research, over forty
years of combined experience, and proven results by tens of thousands of
home owners, our energy saving techniques will help you get the results
you expect and deserve.
We guarantee it!
Which of the following is
important to you?
If you chose more than one of the above, it only makes sense to keep reading this letter.
Why? Because I am going to show you how you can have all five of these choices.
The most efficient and
economical resource for heating and cooling your home is right in your
Tap into the energy that’s just outside
Just a few feet under the ground surrounding your home, there’s an amazing
energy source just waiting to be tapped. It’s free, clean, and
It can provide constant, consistent heating and cooling for your home, as
well as heat much of the water your family uses. All with no compromise in
For years people have talked about the possibility of tapping the earth’s
solar storage capacity for practical, low-cost residential energy
management. Now the technology to achieve this is available to you.
Did you know that 46% of the sun’s energy is absorbed by the ground?
4 typical geothermal ground loop
The geothermal system: A
simple concept in
cost-effective year-round comfort.
The geothermal heat pump
system works in harmony with the earth and the sun to provide for your
home’s heating and cooling needs.
The concept is simple. A high-strength pipe made of thermal plastic is
buried in the ground in a loop configuration. A close loop is filled with
an environmentally safe water/antifreeze solution that transfers heat to
or from the earth as needed.
The same principle applies for an open loop that taps into a well, and
then discharges the water once it has been used. The closed loop
circulation system is virtually maintenance free, with a life expectancy
of over 50 years.
Typical geothermal earth loop designs
There are several ways to connect your home to the earth’s energy battery:
- Horizontal Loops – Horizontal loops are sometimes used where adequate land is available for underground loops that range from 100 feet to 500 feet in length.
- Vertical Loops – Vertical loops are ideal when land surface is limited. Vertical holes (about 6 inches in diameter) are drilled to depths ranging from 100 feet to 300 feet. Vertical loops are almost always used in a neighborhood setting.
- Geothermal loop pond
applications – Pond loops, referred to by some as pond source heat pumps, are a very economical alternative when a body of water is nearby. The pipes are placed along the bottom of the lake.
- Open "loop"
applications - Open loop applications do not use a closed loop
of pipe containing a water/antifreeze solution. An open loop
system utilizes a near-by water source such as an existing well to
circulate water. Because of filtering problems, we do not
recommend using an open loop system. However, if you have a
near-by well or pond, this type of application could be an
What is geothermal heat
and how does it work?
In the winter, the
taps the earth’s warmth.
As the liquid
in the pipe circulates in the “loop”, it carries warmth (from the
ground outside) to a geothermal unit inside your home. That unit
literally takes the heat from the circulating liquid in the pipe and
intensifies it using compression principles to the higher
temperatures required to heat your home.
heat systems that blow drafty air, a geothermal system provides a
constant warm temperature throughout your home regardless of how
cold the outside air may be.
In the summer, the
geothermal system cools comfortable.
How does geothermal
||One flip of a
switch turns your geothermal heating system into a geothermal
cooling system. The geothermal unit draws heat from your home and
carries it, by way of the “loop” back into the earth.
fact, the geothermal unit operates on the same principle as your
refrigerator but instead of putting the heat into your home, it puts
it in the ground. A small compressor on the back of your
refrigerator constantly removes heat from the refrigerator.
All year round, the
geothermal system heats your water.
During both the summer and
winter months, some of the heat being moved is diverted and put to good
use in your hot water tank. This allows the earth’s energy from your back
yard to heat about 35% of your hot water….FREE! Many homeowners
realize well over a hundred dollars each year in savings from this extra
geothermal system benefit.
With a geothermal system,
the source of your heating and cooling is free.
The only energy required is
the electricity needed to operate the geothermal unit.
That’s why the geothermal system is 300%-400% energy efficient,
returning $3 to $4 worth of heating or cooling for every $1 of electricity
you put into it.
Compare that to the 98%
efficiency of the most modern gas furnace, or even the 250% efficiency of
electric air-to-air heat pumps.
If you could reduce electric bills and, at the same time, contribute to a cleaner, greener environment, wouldn't you want to know more?
With energy costs on the rise, you might be looking for new ways to reduce electric bills. Fossil fuels are not the answer anymore. A barrel of crude oil costs more now than ever before, and there are limits as to how long that particular resource will last.
Geothermal energy is a renewable resource with an ample, if not inexhaustible, existing supply. With the ever-increasing cost and apparently decreasing reserves of fossil fuels, finding alternative energy resources has become a top-level worldwide issue. Research and development in geothermal energy just might provide a viable solution while there is still time.
A great way to save both energy and money is by installing a geothermal heat pump system. This can work for both residential and commercial buildings. Unlike the typical heating system - which uses fuel and converts it to heat - a geothermal heat pump system is specifically designed for capturing and concentrating heat from one place, and moving it to another place.
This means that even with outdoor temperatures that are relatively cold, a geothermal heat pump is still able to extract heat from the ground outside of the building, and bring it inside.
Conversely, when the building needs to be cooled, the direction of heat movement is reversed, taking it out of the building.
How you can have a heating and cooling
that is 400% energy efficient
Why sacrifice comfort for lower utility bills? It is
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Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems
How is geothermal energy used? Geothermal energy is used for heating and cooling buildings at super high efficiencies.
How does the technology for geothermal energy work for us? Geothermal energy is not "technology". It has been around since God created the earth. Geothermal energy is solar
energy that has been stored in the earth for thousands of years. The cost of geothermal energy is essentially nothing since it is stored solar energy.
Geothermal operates efficiently because the energy source, the sun, has already created the energy and stored it in the earth. Geothermal heat pumps may be referred to as geothermal energy pumps, ground-coupled heat pumps, and ground-source cooling geothermal.
Geothermal heat pumps can cost more to install than the conventional heating and cooling system, however the added efficiency results in greater savings. Geothermal heat pumps can reduce heating costs by up to 70% and reduce cooling cost up to 40%. Just think, if you currently pay $200 per month in the winter for heating, you could save $140 per month!
Geothermal Energy - Renewable, Safe, and Clean
One great advantage of a geothermal heating and cooling system is that geothermal energy is a renewable source? Geothermal is nothing more than absorbed solar energy, which is a renewable energy source. The earth absorbs about 50% of the sun's energy that reaches the earth's surface.
In physics, there are two types of energy: potential and kinetic. Let's think of a loaded spring. When the spring is stretched, it has potential energy (no movement). When the spring is released, it has kinetic (moving) energy. Solar energy in the earth is potential energy waiting to be used.
Efficient and Reliable Energy
A geothermal heat pump system is four to five times more efficient in fuel conversion than a gas furnace. One benefit of the super efficiency is a longer lifespan of the equipment. The lifespan of geothermal units is estimated to be 22 years by the U.S. Department of Energy. I
have had geothermal in my own home for 17 years. The most energy-efficient central heat and air and the highest-rated HVAC units are by far geothermal heating and cooling systems.
For both residential and commercial buildings, there are three ways to put geothermal energy sources to use:
The success of a geothermal heat pump or geothermal energy pump is directly related to the quality of the geothermal heating and cooling installation. DO NOT let any company install your geothermal system that does not have adequate experience. Always ask for references.
When it comes to
open loop vs. closed loop
geothermal systems, our experience has been that a closed loop
system operates more efficiently and has less maintenance.
If you have trouble finding an installer in your area, please give me a call at 501-653-7931, and I will be happy to help you. Carrier, Trane, and Water Furnace are major manufacturers of geothermal equipment. Manufacturers use software programs that give you accurate geothermal operation costs; however, the software I use when sizing your system calculates both accurate geothermal operational costs and geothermal residence savings.
Geothermal Heat Pumps As An investment
How much does it cost to install geothermal heating and cooling? As a general rule, installing geothermal will cost about $3,000 more per ton than an air-to-air heat pump. Don't say, “Yikes, $3,000 per ton!” Think about this: Let's say your house requires a two-ton air-to-air heat pump. It will cost roughly $6,000 more to install geothermal than to install a less efficient system. If you add the $6,000 to your
thirty-year mortgage, your payment increases around $40 month.
Geothermal heating and cooling, could save you $60 a month and much more in some cases, for the rest of your life, not to mention almost zero maintenance, an average 22-year life span, and a percentage of
FREE hot water. You actually make money every month. Take a moment and calculate how much you can save at $60 a month for 22 years: almost $16,000, on your $6,000 investment, and you’ll probably save even more. The additional cost of geothermal heat pump is greatly offset by the monthly savings that you will enjoy.
IMPORTANT: If you build your house according to my teachings and let me properly size your system, you may be able to downsize your unit by 25% or more. If your house initially requires a five-ton system and I am able to lower that to a three-ton system, you can save $3,000 to
$4,000, without sacrificing comfort at all. In fact, because your house is built correctly and you have a super high efficient geothermal energy pump, you and your family will be extremely comfortable. Because of the benefits you receive for the cost that you pay, geothermal reflects a great investment on your part.
You can have the best and pay less!
A geothermal heat pump that utilizes a closed loop system has many benefits and NO risk or environmental downside. In a closed loop system, the heat pump compressor is inside your home or crawlspace, and water is circulated through the pipes connected to the compressor.
You have NO outdoor equipment. Not only can an energy efficient home save you a lot of money, but it can also save the environment.
How we can save you hundreds,
of dollars on your new home!
For 15 cents per square foot, we will
take your house plans, enter all of the information, and tell you the
exact size of heat pump necessary to efficiently heat and cool your home.
In addition to sizing your heating and cooling system, you will receive
a written guarantee that your heating and cooling costs will not exceed
a guaranteed average amount per month, if you build your home exactly as
We have helped hundreds of customers
for 15 years and never had a single complaint. How can you can save hundreds and maybe thousands of dollars
on your new home?
Along with the
written guarantee, we provide you with a comprehensive list of things to
implement when building your new home, including a room-by-room heating
and cooling analysis. None of these techniques alter the look
or structural stability of your home. In fact, they make your home
much safer for your family and children. If an architect or
draftsman is designing your home, these techniques can be seamlessly
integrated into the design.
From time to time we are asked the question,
"What is the typical building heat load that I can expect on my home"?
There is no way that you can guess or estimate at the size of heating
heat pump necessary for your home. One home may be facing west
while another is facing east. One may have 1% glass while another
has 10%. DO NOT let your contractor guess at the size of heating
and cooling system required for your home.
How can we offer a money-saving guarantee? One way is
by properly sizing your home heating and cooling system.
Did you know, ninety percent of homes in America have
oversized heating and cooling systems that waste money and energy?
What you need to know about sizing
heating and cooling systems
optimized energy efficiency
When designing an HVAC duct system, you should
use a computer program, such as, WrightSoft™ and
HVAC Computer Services ™. These programs give an
accurate residential HVAC comparison of price, savings, and payback.
The largest waster of residential energy in the U.S. is poor HVAC duct
Many heating and cooling companies do not
understand the significance of properly designing an HVAC duct system.
A poor duct system design equals an uncomfortable home and high utility
bills. Proper air conditioning size cannot be estimated. It must
Many people think that bigger is better when it
comes to a home heating and cooling system, but an oversized unit leads
to higher utility bills, higher installation costs, shorter equipment
life, and less comfort for you and your family.
The best residential HVAC guide is the American
Refrigeration Institute (ARI) manual. All high-quality systems are
rated by the ARI. Never use any system that is not ARI rated.
Doug Rye's DVD's leave
You’ll Learn These Key Points and Their Benefits:
How to seal your ductwork with duct mastic and where to install ductwork when building, so your new home is the most energy efficient. Reduce your heating and cooling load 20% just by getting the ductwork out of the attic. If you are building a slab foundation, I show you where to install the ductwork for greatest
What is required to efficiently use geothermal energy, geothermal energy and how it works, and geothermal benefits and requirements.
How to repair air leaks in your home that, if not repaired, could cause deadly carbon monoxide poisoning, if you have a gas furnace. Did you know that if you close one wrong interior door, you might cause your gas furnace to back draft carbon monoxide into your home? You and your family are at risk!
How energy-efficient lights and energy-efficient recessed lights can save you money. Recessed lighting can be one of the biggest energy wasters in your home, because most recessed lights cannot be insulated
What is the best
on the market today?
How to stop air from entering from the outside in both new and existing homes. Did you know that on the average residential home, 35% of the total heating and cooling load is for outside air infiltration?
How to use
geothermal energy – learn the benefits and risks of geothermal, how a geothermal energy diagram looks, and how a geothermal unit gives you a percentage of your hot water FREE. A
geothermal heating and cooling system is four times more efficient than a gas furnace and has twice the life
expectancy of the average heating and cooling unit
How cellulose insulation or recycled newspaper is used for noise control, sound-insulation products, and home interior wall sound insulation
Which high-efficiency water heater is guaranteed for life never to leak or rust. Have you ever had to replace a water heater because it leaked? Many leaking water heaters cause hundreds of dollars in water damage
How existing and old home insulation can improve the energy efficiency of your home
The effectiveness of rolled vs. blown home insulation in residential construction
The myth about R-values of construction materials and
comparisons of home insulation
How cellulose insulation is roach proof, soundproof, and more fireproof than any other home insulation product. It also eliminates the need for double insulation and replaces 2 x 4 vs. 2 x 6 construction for energy efficiency
Save money by avoiding unnecessary energy-saving devices for residential air conditioning units.
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guidelines do not save you money, and if you somehow fail to recoup your
small investment, return the product for an immediate 100% refund of
your purchase price. We make this promise because I know for a fact that
home-energy improvements don't cost you money. They make you
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a Simple Energy-Saving Framing Technique
For New Construction |
In most homes, corners and T's (where an
interior wall meets an exterior wall) have a 1-1/2" space the height
of the wall that is not insulated.
If you add up all the corners and T's in your
home, you will have an area about the size of a window that is not
insulated and that allows air to come in fro the outside,
every day of the year.
The un-insulated space allows air infiltration.
Many of you may have experienced moisture or mold problems in the
corners of your home. In the winter, when warm air in your
home comes in contact with the colder outside air, mold and mildew
When I consult with you on your new home
construction, and on my DVD and videotape, I show you a simple
framing technique that allows insulating these areas. The
technique does not alter the structural stability of
Energy E-book #1
"The Most Complete
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|The Energy Efficient
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- A guide to making
energy-smart purchases -
If you feel that energy bills are taking a big chunk
of change out of your pocket, you are not alone. Americans
spend more than $115 billion each year on fuel and
electricity for their homes. On the average, heating and
cooling (space conditioning) account for about 45% of the
energy a home uses. Water heating consumes about 14%, and
appliances and other sources consume about 41%. Though
energy use varies among homes, there are many ways to lower
your energy bills.
- Energy standards for
- Air Conditioners -
Central Air and Heat Pumps
- Air Conditioners –
- Clothes Dryers
- Clothes Washers
- Heating Equipment -
Furnaces and Boilers
- Kitchen Ranges and
- Lamps – Fluorescent
- Lamp (Fluorescent)
- Lamps - Incandescent
- Pool Heaters
- Showerheads and
- Water Closets and
- Water Heaters
- Financing an energy efficient home
- You can apply for
energy-efficient financing through a government-insured or
conventional loan program.
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"The Complete Guide to
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|This geothermal guide
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Geothermal Basics - Heat from the Earth, or geothermal — Geo
(Earth) + thermal (heat) — energy can be and already is
accessed by drilling holes in the ground and inserting
pipes. Geothermal energy is an enormous, underused heat and
power resource that is clean (emits little or no
greenhouse gases), reliable (average system
availability of 95%), and homegrown (making us less
dependent on foreign oil).
Types of geothermal power plants
history of geothermal in the United States - 1800
future of geothermal
pumps (GHP) - The geothermal heat
pump, also known as the ground source heat pump, is a highly
efficient renewable energy technology that is gaining wide
acceptance for both residential and commercial buildings.
Geothermal heat pumps are used for space heating and
cooling, as well as water heating. Its great advantage is
that it works by concentrating naturally existing heat,
rather than by producing heat through combustion of fossil
Reliability and maintenance
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"The Comprehensive Wind and
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Wind Energy Basics
How wind turbines work
disadvantages of its use
Wind energy use throughout
U.S. wind energy resource
Current research and
Home Wind System Basics
How hydropower works
disadvantages of its use
Hydropower use throughout
U.S. hydropower resource
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"A Solar Energy Guide"
Solar Energy Basics
- Sunlight - solar energy - can be
used to generate electricity, provide hot water, and to heat, cool,
and light buildings. Photovoltaic (solar cell) systems
convert sunlight directly into electricity. Solar water heating
systems for buildings have two main parts: a solar collector and a
Solar Water Heating - One of the most cost effective
ways to incorporate renewable technologies into a building is by
incorporating solar hot water. A typical system will reduce the need
for conventional water heating by about two-thirds, minimizing the
expense of electricity or fossil fuel to heat the water and reducing
the associated environmental impacts.
Solar Heating Basics
Solar Energy FAQs
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- Temperature Control
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- Kitchen Stove
- Dish Washer
- Washing Machine and Dryer
- Window Air Conditioner
Improving the Efficiency of Your Duct System
Discover how you can save hundreds
of dollars per year by using a geothermal heat pump and energy
These super bonuses are jam-packed with information on home
energy efficiency. These e-books will be a great compliment to
Doug's VHS/DVD as they explain home energy usage in greater detail.
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Here is a look
at the topics covered:
Topic #1: Air Infiltration
Learn how to stop energy
wasting air infiltration around electrical receptacles,
light switches, fireplaces, windows, and more.
Did you know that in the average home, 30% of
the heating and cooling load is for air infiltration alone?
Learn the truth about house "breathing".
"Close the door" on your home and stop outside air
tiny change in framing the corners and tees in you home will
not alter the stability of your home, can save you
$100's in studs, gives you FREE insulation, and cost nothing
When it really necessary to use
2x6 walls vs. 2x4 walls?
Topic #3: Caulking
Discover 5 places you MUST caulk when
building your new home.
Caulking your entire home in pre-construction
will cost you less than $200 but will save you a fortune in
the long run!
Topic #4: Insulation
How to have a home that is more fireproof,
soundproof, and roach proof!
Increase the comfort of your home by learning
how to insulate your slab and crawlspace.
How to properly insulate cathedral and vaulted
Learn about the most important type of heat
transfer that IS NOT taken into consideration when
determining R-values of insulation.
Topic #5: Windows and Doors
The secret for energy efficient French doors and
sliding pocket doors!
What to look for in an
energy efficient window.
Topic #6: Energy Efficient
Did you know that in the average
light bulb, incandescent bulb, 90% of the energy used goes
for heat and only 10% is used for light?
Learn about energy efficient
recessed lighting and how to reduce tremendous amounts of
conditioned air loss.
Topic #7: Water Heaters
How a one time $20 investment on
your water heater will MAKE you money each month for the
rest of your life!
You will discover:
One simple change that will save
a few dollars every month and cost you nothing!
Where to place your water heater
for greatest efficiency.
The one place your water heater
IS NOT insulated and how to fix it.
Where you can get a hot water
tank guaranteed for life to never leak or rust!
Topic #8: Appliances and
Learn why too much attic
ventilation can actually RAISE your utility bill!
How to determine the energy
efficiency of your appliances.
Learn what you can use for attic
ventilation besides unsightly power ventilators.
Topic #9: Ductwork
How to cut 20% off your heating and cooling load saving
you hundreds if not thousands of dollars.
How to increase the comfort of your
home by sealing your ductwork so it never leaks!
Learn how leaky ductwork greatly
decreases the efficiency of you system and can actually
cause back-drafting of a gas furnace putting your family in
Here's what we're
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We could easily charge over $150 for the
VHS/DVD, 6 bonuses, and consulting fee. However,
our goal is to teach everyone about energy efficiency.
Honestly, God has truly blessed us and allows us to
make a living by helping people just like you!
Ordering today can make a BIG difference in the
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You can easily save hundreds of dollars a
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ONE of these home energy-saving tips will pay for the DVD, or you can return it for a 100% refund.
A $37 investment is minimal, when you
realize you may be wasting $500 a year through leaky ductwork, $200
a year from air infiltration, $200 a year on oversized equipment,
and $150 more on your water heater. Could you use an extra
thousand dollars a year? Would you pay a one-time $37 fee to
save thousands of dollars each year?
energy-saving techniques will save you money. There’s
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has been proven thousands of times all across the continental U.S.
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not exceed a guaranteed average per month if you build your house
exactly as we instruct you to. You can easily
make the money back in the first month from lowered utility bills.
have sized systems for hundreds of customers and never had a single
Ninety percent of homes in America today have oversized heating and
This results in higher utility bills, higher initial costs,
humidity problems, and decreased equipment life. If you have any
questions, contact Doug at 501-653-7931 8:00-4:30 M-F (CST).
The only place that most
water heaters are not insulated is on the bottom. Every day of the
year you are heating your floor. Your floor doesn't need heating.
Install a 1" piece of foam insulation board under your
electric water heater. While you're at it, install a
water-heater wrap and save even more money each month. Both of
these combined cost $10 to $15 and save you $2 to $3 every month.
In a worst-case scenario it will take you seven months to recoup your
costs, and thereafter this energy improvement MAKES you money every
month. Adding this little bit of insulation is something EVERYONE can
and should do.
Where is the
hottest place in your house in the summer?
Answer: The attic.
Where I live, the attics are about 120F degrees in the summer.
is the coldest place in you house in the winter?
Where is the one place you should NEVER put your ductwork?
Answer: The attic.
Where is the ductwork put in most of the new
Answer: You guessed it. The attic.
Your front yard is cooler in summer and warmer in winter than your attic!
Why not put it in your front yard? It’s cooler out there.
Let me show you where to put your ductwork that will save you money in
energy bills every month.
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