• Your First Choice for Geothermal Experts in Springfield Illinois

    Are you tired of your inefficient, ineffective central air conditioning system? For some, traditional AC is the best option. However, many people in the Greater Springfield, IL area are rethinking their heating and cooling situation for want of spending less and getting more out of their home HVAC System. With that in mind, we’re here to help customers throughout the area understand the benefits of geothermal heating and cooling systems that could provide the same comfort control power while using way less energy than before, providing a comfy home and lower energy bill. Read more below about this exciting technology!

  • Geothermal Systems

    While some don’t know it, central air conditioning systems aren’t the only option that you have for cooling your home. In fact, many people are taking advantage of geothermal systems for an effective and efficient system that may help them save money. Read more below for the answers to some FAQs about geothermal systems.

  • What is a Geothermal System?

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    We all know that in the Midwest, the temperature can fluctuate greatly depending on the day, the time of the day, and the season. However, the temperature below the earth’s surface stays relatively constant throughout the year. Allowing you to utilize that energy to heat and cool your home efficiently. It works through a series of loops that are buried underground or under water (if you have a pond). Those coils perform the transfer of energy from the ground to the air that gets distributed through your home.

  • What are the benefits?

    • Could save up to 70% off a utility bill
    • Utilizes 25% - 50% less energy
    • The unit is quite and located fully indoors
    • Installs in a variety of ways and fits most households
    • Durable and highly reliable
    • Environmentally friendly heating and cooling option
  • Will a Geothermal Unit Fit My Yard?

    Yes. Geothermal units have a range of variations, meaning they can be installed in just about any yard. Check out the types of systems that we can install for you, below!

    • Open-Loop System – This means the loop is open and utilizes water that flows through the loops to conduct the heat transfer.
    • Closed-Loop System – This means that the loops are closed, the liquid inside isn’t water, it’s something else that effectively transfers heat.
    • Vertical Loop System – This means that that loops are inserted into the ground vertically. These are good for yards with little space.
    • Horizontal Loop System – This means that the loops are inserted into the ground horizontally and are good for yards with a lot of space.
    • Pond Loop System –This means the loops are placed under water and utilize the temperature of the water to regulate the temperature of your home.