Dwayne & Maryanne Moyers



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The Moyers Team, Northern Virginia Residential Real Estate Agents

Maryanne Moyers:
Associate Broker
Long & Foster Realtors (Stafford & Fredericksburg Offices)
1910 William Street
Fredericksburg, VA. 22401
Cell: 540-379-7359
Office: 540-371-5220
e-mail: maryanne.moyers@gmail.com

Dwayne Moyers:
Long & Foster Realtors (Woodbridge Office)
13875 Hedgewood Drive
Woodbridge, VA. 22193
Cell: 540-446-6284
Office: 703-986-5857
e-mail: MoyersTeam@gmail.com

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Stafford County Home and Community Services

Stafford County Home and Community Services

Stafford County continues to grow between Courthouse Road (Route 630) and Warrenton Road (U. S. Route 17). Services continue to expand and improve as subdivisions continue to receive approval from the Stafford County Planning Commission and Board of County Supervisors. Listed below are important services related to the residents of Stafford County.

RGS Title for legal counsel on real estate and title work. Contact Nicole Marucci, Esquire at (703) 491-9600 (office), (202) 568-9506 (cell), or nmarucci@rgstitle.com for real estate closings and legal matters.

Rappahannock Regional Solid Waste Management Board provides regional landfill information, trash haulers list, recycling drop-off centers, and other useful links.

Geothermal Heating and Cooling Geothermal energy is the most cost effective method to climate control in your home. Renewable Energy Solutions provides service and installation of geothermal systems in Stafford County. Click here to view a video of… Continue reading

Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems in Stafford County

Elements of Geothermal Systems

The basic elements of geothermal heating and cooling system are the heat pump and ground loop connecting shallow high-density polyethylene pipes circulating antifreeze underground. The ground becomes a reservoir for energy. A geothermal system takes heat energy from the ground to heat homes in the winter, and collects heat energy from homes and transfers it in the ground during the summer. The heat pump removes heat from the fluid in the pipes. It concentrates the heat then transfers it to the building. This process is reversed for cooling in the summer. In simple terms, it directs water with environmentally friendly antifreeze in 2 directions. One for heating and the other for cooling. This eliminates the need for using both furnace and air-conditioning systems. The hot water heater also benefits from geothermal systems by receiving hot water (mostly during summer months) through a transfer device (desuperheater) instead… Continue reading