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 GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMPS

Choosing a WaterFurnace Geothermal Comfort System Is Simply Smarter


WaterFurnace geothermal heating and cooling systems come in three basic configurations, designed to meet the needs of your home and provide the highest efficiency and the greatest energy savings.

Choosing a Commercial WaterFurnace Comfort System Is Simply Smarter


Properly designing and installing a geothermal or water-source heat-pump system for a commercial, industrial or institutional facility requires state-of-the-art equipment and people who are experts in their fields. WaterFurnace can provide this and more: design, check tests and start-up. We also can provide expertise in the installation of earth loops.

We work with customers every step of the way to make sure they get the right system for the job, large or small. And we provide customer support to ensure the system works the way it was designed to.

Choosing a Residential WaterFurnace Comfort System Is Simply Smarter


WaterFurnace manufactures and sells more geothermal systems for homes than anyone else in the business. Why? Because we offer a wide variety of residential geothermal products. Our dealers and installers are the most highly trained in the industry. And we are wholeheartedly committed to customer support. All that makes us the first—and smartest—choice for a residential WaterFurnace system: the system that's "Smarter from the Ground Up."

Geothermal vs. Ground Water vs. Water Furnace
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.

All of these terms, though, convey the same thought: use of geothermal heat pump technology to tap the energy in the earth's surface and drive a heating and air conditioning system for both residential and commercial uses. The result is a green or natural heat pump that saves energy and benefits the environment.

For more information on geothermal technology, go to How it works.