Geothermal Heating Pays for Local Chicken Farm

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We’ve just published our latest blog about a very interesting Geothermal Installation that was completed by The Hayter Group in 2006. Here are a few excerpts from the blog:

…The Hayter Group was approached by a Lambton County, Ontario chicken farm looking to double the size of their operation. They were operating a 32,000 square foot barn that was heated by a radiant in-floor system and natural gas fired boilers.

The Hayter Group suggested a solution that had never been tried before. It made economic sense to use a geothermal system to heat the new barn. The system would require a larger up front investment, that would pay off over time in energy savings. To read our blog, click here.