Pennsylvania DX quote/installer in SouthEast PA?

Discussion in 'Quotes and Proposals' started by DHughes, Jan 7, 2017.

  1. DHughes

    DHughes New Member

    I'm replete with closed loop system quotes. I have enough land to drill wells for heating/cooling the house area and still meet conditions of distance from septic and potable, but not quite enough for horizontal, most likely (according to one installer). I'm trying to get a comparative quote for a Nordic DX or similar in the area. I tried Nordic's (Maritime) page insntaller search option, but nearest one that they had listed was up closer to Poughkeepsie, NY, which is probably a bit of a hike for them to want to come down here to Bucks County. Anybody listening here who is in the Bucks, Delaware, or Montgomery county area that knows of a DX installer or has a DX system?
  2. docjenser

    docjenser Well-Known Member Industry Professional Forum Leader

    Remind me why you want a DX system over a closed loop water based system? How much area do you have for a horizontal system?
  3. waterpirate

    waterpirate Well-Known Member Industry Professional Forum Leader

    There is an opus to DX here. Have you read it? You should. As a geo pro I would install a air to air system before I entertained a DX system.
  4. DHughes

    DHughes New Member

    According to the first guy (only one so far), the distance between potable well and septic including offsets from adjacent street would probably not be enough for horizontal. I have a total of 3 acres, but it's a long rectangle and the utility part of the house is closest to the narrow end, and couldn't cross the septic tank and line, nor obviously the field.

    I haven't seen the opus to DX yet. I'll take a look. I spent about 1-2 hours reading other forum items. I saw some favorable and some unfavorable.
  5. docjenser

    docjenser Well-Known Member Industry Professional Forum Leader

    I second this. But I admit it is my own personal bias. I am usually called when they fail and people want to see what options they have.
  6. docjenser

    docjenser Well-Known Member Industry Professional Forum Leader

    So how much room do you have? Make quick drawing and post it here...
    Not sure why you cannot get around a septic line and/or a tank.

    Describe your house a bit and what your objective is.

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