GeoPro Master Dealer
Adams Heating & Cooling is certified as a GeoPro Master Dealer by WaterFurnace, one of the most well-known suppliers of geothermal heat pump comfort systems. We are proud to be a premier geothermal contractor and provider of WaterFurnace Geothermal systems to West Michigan.
Adams Heating & Cooling is one of the premier geothermal contractors providing geothermal systems in West Michigan. Our highest efficiency and most energy-conscious heat pump system is the WaterFurnace Geothermal System, one of the only heating and cooling systems that will pay you back for using it. When you compare your heating costs using different energy sources, you will see that geothermal is a highly cost-efficient heat source for your home, which provides multiple benefits to you as a homeowner or business owner.
Providing both heating and cooling from one unit installed inside your home, a WaterFurnace Geothermal heat pump system is an energy-efficient source of comfort that is both quiet and safe to operate. It has no flames, gas, oil, combustion, fumes, or source of carbon monoxide, making WaterFurnace Geothermal one of the most environmentally friendly comfort systems in use today.
What is Geothermal Energy?
Geothermal heat pump systems go by many names: earth-source heat pumps, GeoExchange systems, ground-coupled heat pumps, ground-source heat pumps, and water-source heat pumps. Regardless of what you call it, the basic operation is the same–accessing heat from the earth to warm your home.
Geothermal energy can be defined by looking at its name. The term begins with “Geo,” which refers to the earth. The second part of the term, “thermal,” refers to heat energy. By putting the two parts together, we arrive at the definition of the term “geothermal”–heat from the earth.
WaterFurnace Geothermal heat pump systems operate by exchanging heat to or from the earth in order to maintain a comfortable climate in your home. The concept is not a new one. In fact, geothermal technology has been used for decades in a variety of residential and commercial applications. Recently, however, with the increased concern over the rising costs of fossil fuels and their effects on the environment, geothermal energy has been increasing in popularity as a viable alternative “green” energy source that is also environmentally friendly.
Types of Geothermal Installation
WaterFurnace Geothermal Heat Pump Systems employ one of four different installation choices, depending on the size and topography of your property.
- Open Loop Geothermal System
- Closed Loop-Horizontal Geothermal System
- Closed Loop-Vertical Geothermal System
- Pond Loop Geothermal System
Split systems are also available in which a smaller geothermal heat pump unit is installed to work in conjunction with your existing oil or gas furnace. The Geothermal system can be used in these cases to supplement and/or backup your original system.
Michigan Geothermal Energy Association
Adams Heating & Cooling is a member of the Michigan Geothermal Association. Members of the Michigan Geothermal Energy Association are committed to quality installations that meet the needs of their customers. They abide by the Association Code of Ethics, which requires professionalism and fairness with customers, adherence to industry standards, and up-to-date training. Look for the MGEA logo when you shop for a geothermal heat pump system.