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Geothermal Drilling

Need Geothermal Drilling in Ireland? Get in contact with Gerry Comerford Drilling Ltd today.

We have been drilling close looped geothermal wells since 1995. Geothermal heating systems are a money-saving and environmentally responsible home heating solution.

Using our all-terrain drilling rig, Gerry Comerford Drilling Ltd provide geothermal wells. Our vehicle is able to drill just about anywhere and is suitable for use in all weather conditions.

Geothermal heating uses the heat from the earth’s natural heat to warm a property. A ground source heat pump harvests the natural heat from the earth and transfers it to the home.

Geothermal heating dramatically reserves the cost of annual heating bills – savings can be anywhere from 20% to 80%.

Geothermal Heating Advantages

Are you considering having a geothermal well drilled on your property?

Environmentally Friendly

Geothermal heating is an environmentally responsible property heating solution. The CO2 cost to the environment of geothermal heating is minuscule when compared with fossil fuel heating solutions.


Geothermal heating can lead to significant savings in annual energy bills. Geothermal can lead to savings of anywhere between 20% to 80%


Geothermal heating is an innovative modern solution to heating. A geothermal pump can transfer heat into a home during winter, or direct heat away from a home during the summer to keep a home cool. For additional information on our range of professional services, get in contact with Gerry Comerford Drilling Ltd today.

For additional information on our range of professional services, get in contact with Gerry Comerford Drilling Ltd today.

Geothermal Drilling FAQ

I need a geothermal drilling company near me. What’s your catchment area?

We are a Kilkenny based geothermal well drilling company but we can offer services nationwide. If you require our drilling services, please get in contact with us today.

How do I schedule a Geothermal well drilling?

To schedule a geothermal well drilling, get in contact with our team today. Our well drilling experts will get in contact with you today.

How deep do you need to dig for Geothermal well drilling?

This depends on the type of loop.

For horizontal loops, you typically need to dig between 6 – 8 feet. However, vertical loops require a depth of between 250 to 300 feet.

How long does it take to dig a geothermal well?

Typically our geothermal drilling Kilkenny services takes between 2-3 days. Our all-terrain drill can traverse all types of terrain and can drill almost anywhere.

Will geothermal energy evert run out?

No geothermal energy is renewable and will ever deplete. Geothermal energy will be available for as long as the earth exists.

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