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Are you looking to install a complete heating and cooling system that will save you a lot of money?

Interested in lessening your carbon footprint and creating a safer environment for your children? Create a comfortable climate in your home by using a geothermal system. Cost effective and energy efficient, geothermal uses natural energy to heat and cool your home.

Geothermal works by using an underground loop system to keep your home at a consistent and comfortable temperature, by exchanging energy from your home and the earth. Your lawn becomes the permanent power plant for your home. This provides the most comfortable and reliable energy in addition to being the most efficient heating, cooling, and water heating system available on the market today.

Geothermal works by harnessing the energy of the earth.

The earth absorbs almost 50 percent of all solar energy and remains at a nearly constant temperature, between 50 to 70 degrees depending on geographic location. An underground loop system utilizes this constant temperature to exchange energy between your home and the earth as needed for heating and cooling.

During colder months refrigerant or a water/antifreeze solution circulates inside the sealed underground loop system and absorbs the heat from the earth and carries it to the geothermal heating unit. Fluid pumped into the system is released into the warm air ducts of your indoor system as heat for circulation throughout your home.
During the summer the system reverses and expels heat from your home into the cooler earth. The process is not only natural, but a highly efficient way to create a comfortable climate in your home.

Waterless Geothermal Vertical Loop

Waterless Vertical Loop Geothermal

A Waterless geothermal is a refrigerant based geothermal system that utilizes a vertical copper closed loop ground heat exchanger. Achieving the highest efficiency rating, this system only requires a small space in your yard to bury the ground loop heat exchanger.

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Horizontal Loop Geothermal

Horizontal Loop Geothermal

A horizontal loop geothermal is a water based geothermal system that utilizes a horizontal plastic closed loop ground heat exchanger. Achieving a high efficiency rating this system requires a rather large space in your yard to bury the ground loop heat exchanger.

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Pond Water Closed Loop Geothermal

Pond Water Closed Loop Geothermal

A pond water geothermal is a water based geothermal system that utilizes a plastic closed loop heat exchanger that is submerged in the pond water. Achieving a good efficiency rating this system requires the use of a pond which naturally requires a larger property.

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Open Loop Geothermal System

Open Loop (Well Water) Geothermal

An open water geothermal is a water based geothermal system that utilizes the 55ᐤ well water. This design does NOT require a ground loop heat exchanger to be buried in your yard, Therefore no yard space is needed to install this type of system. The consistent 55ᐤ ground water give this type of geothermal a high efficiency rating.

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Slinky Loop Geothermal

Slinky Loop Geothermal

A slinky loop geothermal is a water based geothermal system and is just another method of installing a horizontal plastic closed loop ground heat exchanger. While still achieving a high efficiency rating this system requires a larger space in your yard to bury the ground loop heat exchanger.

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Closed Vertical Loop Geothermal

Vertical Loop Geothermal

A vertical loop geothermal is a water based geothermal system that utilizes a vertical plastic ground loop heat exchanger. The deeper ground loop aids in achieving a higher efficiency rating while requiring much less space in your yard than a horizontal loop.

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