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Commercial Geothermal Service in Northeastern Indiana
Geothermal heating and cooling is one of the best options available today for businesses that are interested in offering complete comfort for their employees and clientele while also saving money compared with more conventional commercial HVAC systems. Although geothermal heat pumps are extensive installations for a commercial location, the multiple benefits they offer will make up for their initial expenses many times over.
At Collier's Heating & Air Conditioning we combine both extensive commercial and geothermal experience into a great package. We have worked with geothermal heating and cooling longer than any contractor throughout the Fort Wayne and Warsaw, IN areas, and we’re familiar with the special comfort needs of local businesses. You can rely on us whether you’re looking for a new geothermal system installation, a replacement, or repairs and maintenance for an older installation. Call today to learn more about how we can set up your company with geothermal heating and cooling.
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Cody was very courteous, responsive to questions and respectful to our property.
- William, Warsaw
The installation was done with the utmost professionalism and respect for the home. Our air conditioner is working great and exactly what we wanted.
- Marvin, South Whitley
Extremely wonderful experience! We were extremely impressed with all staff and the quality of work.
- Derrick and Casey, Bluffton
The Geothermal Heat Pump Difference
For most businesses, indoor comfort around the year comes from a rooftop package unit that uses two sets of coils to remove or release heat from the air and then send it into the building’s ductwork. But geothermal systems use the ground for their heat exchange instead. An indoor heat pump absorbs or releases heat from the air inside the building, but underground loops carry out the second half of the process, either removing or depositing heat into the earth itself. Because the temperature approximately 10 feet below the frost line remains stable no matter the temperature above ground, geothermal heat pumps are more reliable systems than conventional rooftop package units.
Why You Should Consider Geothermal for Your Business
The main reason that you should think about converting your commercial HVAC system to a geothermal heat pump is how it will positively affect your company’s bottom line. Geothermal heat pumps are far more energy efficient than conventional commercial heat pumps, such as rooftop units—usually around 3 to 6 times more efficient. This is because a geothermal system draws and deposits heat from a steady source, making it consume less power than one that relies on the outside air. You can expect a drop in energy costs when you go geothermal, and the system ought to pay for itself after only a few years.
Other benefits to consider are the reduction in greenhouse gas emissions (helping your building to go green) and the incredibly long life of geothermal heat pumps: the ground loops can last for more than 50 years. You’ll have a long time to enjoy all those great energy savings.
Contact Us for Commercial Geothermal Services
Collier's Heating & Air Conditioning is dedicated to providing businesses with the finest in renewable energy technology, including both geothermal and solar. We are strong believers in the benefits and multiple advantages of using a geothermal energy system to provide commercial buildings with heating and cooling, and you can depend on us to find the best geothermal solution for your company. We are also committed to making sure that your geothermal heat pump continues to work for you with our repair and regular maintenance services. Call us today to arrange an appointment to learn more about your commercial geothermal possibilities.