By far the greenest, cleanest way to heat and cool any building.

Experienced builders, commercial building owners, institutional administrators and homeowners alike understand the economic and environmental advantages of effective insulation... of tight construction... and of using EnergyStar(R) lighting and appliance.

But by far the greenest, cleanest way to heat and cool a building is a little less visible, and a little less known.  Geoexchange, also referred to as geothermal energy, offers the lowest energy consumption, lowest greenhouse gas emissions, and lowest operating cost of any available technology for heating and air conditioning every type of building.

As concern about energy costs and environmental issues become driving forces in mainstream thinking, this proven technology is becoming the heating and cooling technology of choice for builders, developers, and government agencies everywhere.

Lower Operating Cost

A geothermal heat pump system operates more efficiently than ordinary heating and air conditioning systems because it can deliver an astounding five units of energy for every one unit of electrical energy used. By combining stored earth energy with safe electric power, many owners realize savings up to 70% for heating, cooling, and hot water.

Enhanced Comfort

Our geothermal systems provide precise distribution of comfortable air all year long, eliminating hot spots and cold spots. During heating, you'll experience warm air without the hot blasts associated with ordinary gas furnaces, or the cooler air of an air source heat pump. Additionally, when cooling, our geothermal units deliver cool, dehumidified air. 


Unlike ordinary air conditioners or heat pumps, there is no noisy outdoor unit to disturb your outdoor environment or your neighbours. WaterFurnace units are designed and constructed for "whisper quiet" operation, similar to your refrigerator. 


Unlike air conditioners and heat pumps, geothermal units are installed indoors, so they are not subject to wear and tear caused by rain, snow, ice, debris, extreme temperatures or vandalism. Geothermal units have proven to be very reliable and require less maintenance. 

Environmentally Friendly

According to the Department of Energy and the EPA, geothermal systems are the most environmentally friendly way to heat and cool your home. Our systems emit no carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide or other greenhouse gasses, which are considered to be major contributors to environmental air pollution. They are truly a natural, green heat pump.