Save as much as 60% on utilities.

That's right. Geothermal can cut your utility bill by as much as 60%.

Although the initial installation of a Geothermal system might be a little bit higher than conventional air conditioning and heating systems, in long run Geothermal is a smart financial decision.  Besides the huge savings on utility bills Geothermal systems qualify for significant federal tax credits.  

Go Green! Go Geothermal!


What are the main benefits of a Geothermal air conditioning and heating system?

  • Energy Efficient.  Because Geothermal systems transfer heat instead of burning fossil fuels, they are much more efficient and can result in savings of up to 60% on your utility bills. 
  • Tax Credits. Significant tax credits are available when you install a Geothermal system in your home or business.
  • Free hot water.  Free domestic hot water when the system is in operation.
  • Longevity. The life expectancy of Geothermal unit is twice as long as a conventional HVAC system. 
  • Clean and safe.  There is no chance of carbon monoxide poisoning.  
  • Secure. No outdoor equipment to be stolen from your yard.  Geothermal uses highly efficient (and quiet) indoor components. 

What is Geothermal technology?

Geothermal/ Geoexchange technology uses the earth's renewable energy, just below the surface, to heat or cool a home or other building, and to help provide hot water.

How does geothermal work?

A few feet beneath the surface, the earth's temperature remains fairly constant ranging from 45ºF or so in Canada's northern latitudes to about 70ºF in the US Deep South -year round. Geoexchange takes advantage of this constant temperature to provide extremely efficient heating and cooling.

In the winter, water circulating through pipes buried in the ground absorbs heat from the earth and carries it into the home. The Geoexchange system inside the home uses a heat pump to concentrate the earth's thermal energy and then to transfer it to air circulated through standard ductwork to fill the interior space with warmth.

In the summer, the process is reversed: heat is extracted from the air in the house and transferred through the heat pump to the ground loop piping. The water in the ground loop then carries the excess heat back to the earth. The only external energy needed for Geoexchange is the small amount of electricity needed to operate the ground loop pump and fan. It is more efficient and environmentally superior to 'transfer' heat than to 'create' it through combustion.