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We are a Certified Geothermal Heating and Air Conditioning Installation and Repair Contractor in Ohio

Geothermal Heating & Cooling Offers

Lower Costs
Many people spend more than one hundred dollars per month for heating, air conditioning and hot water. A geothermal system uses about one-fifth of the electricity that conventional systems use, and as a result, a person can lower their energy bills by up to eighty percent.
Durable And Reliable
Geothermal systems are particularly long-lasting, and a geothermal system usually requires far fewer repairs than a conventional system in the long-term. Despite the fact that companies have been installing conventional air conditioning units and heat pumps outdoors for decades, geothermal systems are installed indoors, and as a result, they are protected from wind, rain, snow and vandalism.
Higher Quality
Conventional systems can provide sporadic blasts of cold air or hot air, and a home that has a conventional system will likely have several warm spots or cold spots. By distributing air precisely and consistently in the home, geothermal systems eliminate cold spots and hot spots, and they provide enhanced comfort in the entire home.
Quiet Operation
Most furnaces and air conditioning units make some type of noise, but geothermal units are particularly quiet when they are operating.
The Impact On The Environment
Unlike most other heating and cooling systems, geothermal systems do not emit carbon dioxide or carbon monoxide, which are both greenhouse gases that can lower the quality of the air in the area in which they are emitted.

Geothermal Comfort Systems

We are a certified Geothermal heating and air conditioning contractor in central ohio.

There are many benefits to converting a conventional heating and cooling system to a geothermal system, and by installing a geothermal system, a person can significantly raise the value of a home or a piece of property. Call Now For a Free Geothermal Estimate (800) 356 2028

Geothermal Heating and Cooling

No matter what climate you live in, the temperature throughout the year varies. For some climates that means blazing summers that cool to frigid winters. What many people don't realize is that the temperature below ground (regardless of climate or season) stays fairly consistent all year.

The ground is able to maintain a higher rate of temperature consistency because it absorbs 47% of the suns energy (heat) as it hits the Earth's surface. WaterFurnace geothermal systems are able to tap into this free energy with an earth loop. This technology is then used to provide your home or office with central heating and cooling.

Click to enlarge. WaterFurnace highest-efficiency heat pump Geothermal Heating
During the heating cycle, a WaterFurnace geothermal heat pump uses the earth loop to extract heat from the ground. As the system pulls heat from the loop it distributes it through a conventional duct system as warm air. The same heat energy can also be used for a radiant floor system or domestic hot water heating.

Geothermal Cooling
In the cooling mode, the heating process is reversed - creating cool, conditioned air throughout the home. Instead of extracting heat from the ground, heat is extracted from the air in your home and either moved back into the earth loop, or used to preheat the water in your hot water tank.

Geothermal vs. Geoexchange: what's in a name?
Geothermal energy has been used to heat and air condition buildings for several decades, and during that time these geothermal systems have been called many different things. Some of the more popular variations include geo-thermal, geoexchange, ground-water, ground-water assisted, ground-water-source, water-to-water, and even our company name, water furnace heating and cooling.

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