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Geothermal Heating & Cooling

Save 30%-70% off your home heating costs by switching to Geothermal Heat!

As the prices of oil and natural gas continue to rise, homeowners continually find it's more and more expensive to heat their homes. And with rising energy costs, it's certainly not cheap to keep their house cool in the summer either.
Geothermal Heating & Cooling

Geothermal Heating & Cooling Equipment

Geothermal pumps offer an alternative to conventional heating and air-conditioning systems that is safe, renewable, environmentally friendly and inexpensive. Geothermal pumps harness the earth's natural heat contained in the ground and water beneath your home. This heat is extracted using a ground loop installed below the ground surface, like a water well or trench. Once inside, the energy is distributed as cooling in the summer and heating in the winter to whatever temperature you desire without the use of fossil fuels or damaging the environment. Best of all, geothermal pumps can be installed under nearly any lot. FAI Mechanical Contractors are specialists in providing geothermal heating and cooling to home and businesses. Our talented staff of specialty HVAC technicians is well versed in area soil types and geological conditions so we can find the optimal pump to heat and cool your home or office.
IGSHPA Accredited Installer for Geothermal Heat Pump Solutions

IGSHPA Accredited Installer for Geothermal Heat Pump Solutions

Studies by the Environmental Protection Agency have shown that homes utilizing geothermal pumps cutback heating costs by up to 70%, quickly saving more than the initial costs of pumps themselves. Save money and the environment by going geothermal today. Contact us and request an estimate on what it would take to convert your home heating and cooling to a geothermal solution.

What is IGSHPA Geothermal Installer Certification?

It doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue, but everybody in the geothermal industry knows what IGSHPA certification is. If you’re thinking about adding geothermal as an energy source to your home, find out why you should ensure that the installer is IGSHPA Accredited. Read more about this credential »

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