Harvest the Heat Beneath Your Feet


If building a new building, EarthLinked geothermal is the best fit for your heating and cooling system.

With both Federal and State tax credits, and usually some rebates available, your EarthLinked geothermal heat pump will more than pay for itself.

Proper Sizing Brings Comfort

While an EarthLinked geothermal heat pump will save you thousands of dollars in heating and cooling costs, it will also give you more comfort than a conventional gas or propane furnace. This is mainly due to not overheating the air to be distributed. With a lower discharge air temperature, an EarthLinked geothermal heat pump will more evenly heat the home by mixing the air more completely. Drafts will then be eliminated from your home, and you will be MUCH more comfortable than with the overheated air from a gas or propane furnace.

In new construction, we will size and design the system for each room's heating and cooling need. Taking into account each room's walls, doors, insulation, size, windows, and orientation, we'll be able to design and install the duct that delivers the proper amount of heated or cooled air. Each room will have its specific need, and you'll be happy with your comfortable, energy-saving decision.

Along with your EarthLinked geothermal system, you can do some other things to ensure a lower heating bill, and higher comfort level. Good insulation (cellulose or foam); good low-e windows; well insulated doors, and siliconized caulk are some things to pay attention to.

Insulation that is not so leaky is a great place to start. Don't install fiberglass insulation. It passes too much air through and allows your home to leak. Instead, use cellulose or foam, or a mixture of both. Read about cellulose insulation's great qualities compared to fiberglass.