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The first step to lower energy bills: geothermal loops

Geothermal energy systems harness the stable heat source within the crust of the Earth to heat and cool homes. No more air conditioners for summertime and furnaces for wintertime. You'll have one system providing comfort for all seasons. Trust us, you'll love it!


The first step of the process is drilling to a point in the ground with a constant temperature of 50 degrees, then installing a geothermal loop that channels the heat to a heat pump. The drilling part is where we come in.

Who knew dirt could be so clean?

The advantages of geothermal heat pumps are literally too numerous to list! For one, they do not use fossil fuel, so they don't pollute the air. Second, they are whisper-quiet, so no noise pollution. Best of all, you'll save money. Now that's going green!


Geothermal loop services:

  -   System sizing, design and placement

  -   Economic analysis

  -   Loop field drilling and installation

  -   Vertical and horizontal drilling

A club you'll want to join

More and more home and business owners are opting for geothermal climate control. What's not to like? It's a technology that can be used virtually anywhere in the world, even Michigan. Call us and find out how easy it is to switch!

Proudly serving Southwest Michigan and Northwest Ohio.

“Very neat and nice, but best of all, they were within my budget."

– Brenda L.

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