Where To Find Us

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2015 Home Shows These are the home shows that SB Mechanical and Geothermal, Inc. will be attending.  We would love to see you there, so stop by our booth and say Hi! Lake Home & Cabin Show Minneapolis Convention Center, February 6-8 Friday  2 P.M. – 8 P.M. Saturday 10 A.M. – 6 P.M. Sunday 10 A.M. – 4 P.M. Click here for more …

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How Does Geothermal Heating and Cooling Work?

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Geothermal heating is a passive solar energy that is stored in the ground.  Using a loop field filled with an antifreeze solution, we can extract that heat, compress it to make it hotter and heat your home or business.  In warmer seasons, the heat pump is reversed so the ground becomes a heat sink.  It is similar to the way …

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Geothermal Installation Video

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Click here to watch the video:   Geothermal featuring Econar Equipment. See Bill Arzdorf and the crew from SB Mechanical and Geothermal, Inc. install a ground source heat pump!  You’ll learn about the loop systems that are installed, see the horizontal drilling equipment and hear from equipment specialists.  

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Win Tickets to the Minneapolis Home + Garden Show!

Yes, you read that right! We have tickets to give away!  Head on over to www.facebook.com/sbgeothermal, like our page (if you want) and comment on the post about the Home + Garden Show to enter!  Be sure to check your “Other” folder for the message saying you’ve won! Tickets will be given away daily.  Winners will be announced here and …

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How Does Geothermal Heating Work?

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Short answer:  The heat is taken from the ground and dumped into the house in heating mode.  In cooling mode, the heat is taken from the house and dumped into the ground.  Because the earth has a near constant temperature, geothermal heating allows us to use less energy in moving this heat than an air source heat pump. Now, if …

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News and Information

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Even though its winter, it is the perfect time to think about installing a geothermal heating system in your home.  If you have questions for us, please contact us or stop by one of the many home shows we will be attending!

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