Capturing the relatively stable temperature of the Earth to heat and cool your home, Geothermal systems provide consistent, comfortable heating and cooling. You can even regulate temperatures in different areas of your home with an optional zone control system.
The Geothermal systems reputation for reliability has been earned by using only the highest-quality components, design and workmanship. Computer run-testing after assembly ensures that your unit performs flawlessly at start-up. And in the unlikely event of a malfunction, your geothermal unit will provide many years of dependable operation.
Geothermal systems don’t require noisy outdoor units that can disturb your peaceful surroundings or create unsightly additions to your home’s appearance.
Because natural gas, propane or oil is not required to operate a Geothermal unit, there’s no combustion, flames or fumes and no chance of carbon-monoxide poisoning.
One compact Geothermal system unit provides heating, central air conditioning and supplemental domestic hot water. Horizontal, vertical, and bottom-flow configurations are available for a wide range of home applications, including newly constructed and existing homes. No matter what climate you live in, your Geothermal system will deliver.
High-efficiency air cleaners found in Geothermal systems keep your indoor air quality clean, removing dust and pollen so you can breathe easier.
The ground absorbs about 47 percent of the sun’s energy that reaches the Earth. Geothermal systems harness that free, renewable energy and provide an environmentally friendly way to heat and cool your home. Installing a Geothermal system is the environmental equivalent of planting 750 trees or removing two cars from the road. And the Geothermal system doesn’t burn fossil fuels, which means no emissions or harmful greenhouse gases are released into the air.