• Steam from Geothermal site


The terms Geo-thermal or Geo-exchange heat pump systems, refer to the use of shallow (less than 500 feet) thermal, or heat energy stored in the ground as an energy source for heating, or as an energy “sink” for cooling.

The two basic types of heat pumps are comprised of “open loop” systems, which use a well or other water supply; and “closed loop” systems which use drilled holes, horizontal trenches, pits, or bodies of water to bury or cover hundreds of feet of plastic pipe.

Drillwell has used a geothermal heat pump for over 20 years to heat our shop on Vancouver Island. We have provided drilling services for many geo-exchange projects, both open and closed loop systems for residential commercial and industrial clients.

Drillwells vehicles travel across Vancouver island and Western Canada