Geothermal News for Ord

Ord homeowners’ initial objections to going geothermal frequently entail these five fears: Fear of High Up-Front Costs, Fear of “Too Little Too Late” Return on Investment, Fear That the Technology Remains “Unproven,” Fear That Geothermal Heating and Cooling May Not Be the Most Advantageous...
Old home or new, if you’re dissatisfied with the HVAC system you’ve got, 2018 could be the year – should be the year – you upgrade to geothermal. Prices aren’t likely ever to be better. And, if you need help with up-front costs, interest-free loans are usually available to homeowners from...
One of the best things about heating and cooling your Ord home with a WaterFurnace geothermal system is that it requires so little maintenance. The system’s relative simplicity accounts for that. But minimal maintenance doesn’t mean no maintenance.
You’ve just gotten or are looking into buying a a new heating and cooling system. Maybe you’re considering a new Geothermal HVAC. If so, you very likely want to know a little bit more about how one works. Geothermal HVACs variously cool and heat your home by extracting ground temperature. This works...
If you don’t know anything else about geothermal heating and cooling, know this – especially if you’re thinking of redoing your present Ord home’s HVAC system or still undecided about what to use in the new home you’re building.
When looking for a new furnace, A/C, or combined system, there are few options better than a geothermal system. Here at WaterFurnace, we’re Ord’s premier experts on installation and maintenance.
If you're tired of your old furnace not running efficiently and being a drain on your bank account, consider purchasing a geothermal system from us, Ord's trusted geothermal installers.
With all the advantages of geothermal heating and cooling, how could switching be made even sweeter? How about a 30% return of the cost you spent to install your geothermal system courtesy of a geothermal tax credit!
Geothermal loops are an important part of any geothermal solution. Find out more on what role they play.
Now that you have been familiarized with how geothermal works in the first part of our series, it’s time to take a look at the machinery and how it creates the heat for your home or business.