At Teckna Group, we are proud to have such a trained and skilled team on board who are committed to providing a top-quality service each and every time, especially when it comes to geothermal pipe installation. Included in their wealth of experience is their ability to connect geothermal boreholes to the client’s property with high quality geothermal pipe work.
Our experts are able to use their years of industry know-how, instinct and intuition to perform the job to the exceptionally high standards that you quite rightly expect. After all, if one step of the borehole installation process faulters, this can affect each other aspect of the project, leading to disastrous outcomes in the future. So, if you’re looking for a company to conduct geothermal fittings in a way that results in long term success, we’re the people to call.
Geothermal pipe work can be anything from single installations from singular geothermal boreholes to multiple connections requiring a manifold system, it all depends on your specific requirements and what you look to achieve from the installation. In some of these larger geothermal pipe work projects, as many as 24 pipework connections can be made back to one single manifold, thus showing the complications that can arise if the project is not planned and executed effectively.
Our team have bags of experience in the most difficult of projects, taking the time needed to make sure that every outcome is successful. Manifolds can be installed to have surface access and can also be buried with traffic-related chambers for later balancing or maintenance works to the system.
Much like the geothermal drilling services offered by Teckna Group, we only use certified geothermal pipe work and fittings with a full auditing trail. The connection of geothermal pipe work, once buried, is as important as the geothermal borehole loop when providing system integrity. To offer fully welded geothermal pipe installation, all connection joins are electro-fused fittings. This also provides quality certification for each joint and a final pressure test for the geothermal pipe work system.
All teams specialise in geothermal pipe installation and are fully trained and certified in the use of electro-fusion and ancillary equipment. We make sure that our staff are continuously reaching the highest standards with retesting of all personnel using electro-fusion equipment taking place every 5 years.
We want to ensure that your geothermal pipe fittings are able to withstand all conditions and last for many years to come. Not only are we expertly placed to provide you with the best possible service, but we will also come back and make sure that your pipes are still in full working order.
On completion of the borehole connections, all geothermal pipe work is pressure and flow tested so their high level of performance can be observed by all, ensuring that we’ve reached the highest standards and giving you the peace of mind that our work will serve you for the long term. The final installation can, if required, have anti-bacterial products installed to clean out the complete geothermal pipe work system before installing the final heat transfer additives.
Our geothermal pipe suppliers are on hand to discuss any enquiries you may have with you. If you would like to get in touch with one of our friendly team, give us a call on 01257 421700 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also fill out our online enquiry form and we will gladly get back to you as soon as possible.
Why is geothermal pipework important?
The importance of geothermal pipework cannot be understated. It is used as a way of connecting the various elements of the borehole drilling process together in order to form a cohesive mechanism that can provide you with the high standard of water that you require. The complex nature of this pipework is done to make sure that the required elements needed to absorb the temperature of the surface reach their required destination.
Geothermal pipework is crucial in regulating the temperature that is found at ground level and distributing it allowing it to perform a variety of uses. This efficient way of working uses natural processes such as sunlight, which makes it a popular option with those who want to use their surroundings to their advantage.
How expensive is geothermal pipework?
Here at Teckna Group, we always make sure that our customers receive the best value for money around. To achieve this, we combine the highest levels of service with competitive prices.
Although any geothermal process doesn’t come cheaply, we’re sure that you would have budgeted with this in mind. Due to the bespoke nature of our service, we never offer base prices on our website. This is done to avoid deterring someone from using our service, even if their actual overall cost is cheaper than what’s listed.
Similarly, we wouldn’t want someone who thinks that they’re getting a ‘too good to be true’ deal to be met with a surprise when the true price is given.
As such, we recommend that you get in touch with our friendly team of experts so we can give you a FREE, no-obligation quote before you decide to work with us.
How long does geothermal pipework last?
Each of the products we install is designed to last for many years. We understand that you’re paying good money for a durable end result, which is what we are proud to provide. Especially when based outdoors and underground, using long-lasting material with strong installation to ensure any of the parts don’t become loose or fall away entirely.
The rigorous conditions that come with its natural environment mean that we take our installation process even more seriously, as we always want to leave you with a finished result that can last upwards of 20 years, even in the harshest of conditions!
You can rely on Teckna Group for geothermal pipework that will stand by your side for the long term.