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Case Study – Historic Home Goes Geo

Historic Raliegh Home Case Study
One of two units in Harrell’s home, this is the Tranquility® Digital Indoor Split (TES) Geothermal Heat Pump. The TES can be installed in an attic, basement or crawl space.
One of two units in Harrell’s home, this is the Tranquility® Digital Indoor Split (TES) Geothermal Heat Pump. The TES can be installed in an attic, basement or crawl space.

This article highlights Chad Harrell’s journey of renovating a historic home in Raleigh, North Carolina, with a focus on sustainability and energy efficiency. Harrell, who works in real estate and asset management, was determined to incorporate geothermal heat pump technology into his home despite initial skepticism from contractors due to limited space. 

Despite challenges, including navigating preservation regulations and retrofitting geothermal technology, Harrell achieved his goal of creating a sustainable and efficient living space for his growing family. The project, completed in less than seven months, not only met energy efficiency standards but also qualified for federal and state tax credits.

Harrell’s success has inspired neighbors to consider similar energy-efficient renovations, demonstrating the feasibility and benefits of geothermal technology in urban settings.

Original Article Source: ClimateMaster.com Case Study

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