Colorado Geothermal Drilling Services
What We Do - From Design to Installation
At Colorado Geothermal Drilling, we are dedicated to delivering the most energy efficient systems with professional and qualified design and installation services. CGD strives to do this by providing its clients with multiple services to fit their needs for efficient heating & cooling solutions.
Our services include:
- Geothermal system sizing,
- Geothermal system design,
- Economical analysis,
- Loop field installation services.
We have a great deal of experience in all aspects of design and installation of energy efficient geothermal systems and can answer any questions you may have. We can also assist a client's other contractors during any part of the planning process. We want to make sure our clients have the most energy efficient geothermal system to fit their needs.
How We Do It
Colorado Geothermal Drilling operates a specially designed and customized drill mounted on a skid loader with tracks. Each piece of equipment has been tailored by CGD to meet our high quality standards and to fully maximize the efficiency of our operations. Because of this compact and efficient set-up, we are able to get into dense spots typically not accessible to other drilling companies, thus making geothermal a possibility for more people.
We specialize in providing vertical loop installations, typically drilling 200-300 foot wells. The number of wells to be drilled and loops installed is determined by performing a heat load calculation. This information provides the number of BTUs required to heat and cool the structure. After a heat load calculation is done, we can provide an economic analysis which shows the client how much they will save over the life of the system.
Who We Serve
CGD provides geothermal drilling services in the state
of Colorado all along the Front Range (Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs
& Fort Collins). Please check our list of recent
For more information please contact Dan Rau or Kari Rau. Call us at 303.903.7081 or fill out a contact form.
Colorado Geothermal Drilling is a member of the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association and licensed to install geothermal loop fields by the State of Colorado.
Today there are now more than 1 million geothermal installations in the US. The current use of geothermal heat pump technology has resulted in the following emissions reductions:
- Elimination of more than 5.8 million metric tons of CO2
- Elimination of more than 1.6 mil met tons of carbon equivalent annually
These 1 mill installations have also resulted in the following energy consumption reductions:
- Annual savings of nearly 8 billion kWh
- Annual saving of nearly 40 trillion Btus of fossil fuels
- Reduced electricity demand by more than 2.6 million kW