ClimateMaster Geothermal Heat Pumps in Texas
- Is Texas weather suitable for geothermal heating and cooling?
- How long has ClimateMaster been making these systems?
- Which companies can install ClimateMaster geothermal HVAC products?
While this latest green technology for heating and cooling residential properties is new to most homeowners, it’s not new to ClimateMaster. Since 1950, this Oklahoma City company has been designing residential HVAC systems designed to take advantage of the thermal energy stored underground. As a pioneer in this technology, its products have long been used in Texas, especially in Dallas Fort Worth, San Antonio and Houston areas. Today, a full range of state-of-the art systems are available to Texas homeowners and offer up to 80% energy savings over fossil-fuel heating and air conditioning systems. From packaged ground source heat pumps that work with your home’s air duct system to split units and hydronic models designed for radiant floor heating, Texas AC contractors and homeowners can select exactly the right system.
Packaged Central Heat Pump Systems
Whether you’re designing a new home or have an existing home that includes an air duct system for distributing warm and cool air for your comfort, the high cost of fossil fuels and electricity boost your energy bills more and more every year. ClimateMaster geothermal central HVAC systems can cut those energy costs dramatically, saving you from 30% to 80% each month by taking advantage of buried ground loops to utilize the constant temperature underground and eliminate the need to burn natural gas or propane. This technology uses the refrigeration cycle to take advantage of that underground energy transfer. For every unit of electricity used to operate the equipment, it delivers up to four units of heating or cooling. The savings over the lifetime of the system are dramatic.
- Up to 45 EER cooling efficiency which is the best in the industry
- 10-year parts and 5-year labor warranty
- Variable speed compressor, blower and ground loop pump
When nothing less than the very best is your minimum standard, this top-of-the-line forced-air geothermal HVAC system is a natural choice. With industry-leading efficiency ratings, full-time domestic hot water savings, and internet-connected controls, it provides the ultimate in energy-saving home comfort. Super quiet in operation and eligible for all available rebates and tax credits, you’ll never have to settle for less than ideal home comfort.
- Single or 2-stage compressor models
- Up to 29.6 EER cooling efficiency (TE Models)
- 2-6 ton capacities to suit any home
The Tranquility series offers geothermal energy savings in a complete range of price points to suit any home’s requirements and budget. This lets Texas homeowners customize their system, while enjoying the energy-bill savings for years to come. Your AC contractor can help you select the exact system that will give you the comfort you demand at a cost that is a perfect fit for you pocketbook. All of these systems include a 10-year parts and 5-year labor warranty.
ClimateMaster Hydronic and Split System Geothermal Heat Pumps
For homes with a recently installed fossil-fuel furnace or those heated and cooled with radiant floor systems, ClimateMaster offers outstanding geothermal technology that’s guaranteed to cut your energy bills down to size. All models include state-of-the-art technology and built-in engineering excellence by design. Each type of system is designed for a specific home design strategy, taking advantage of the thermal energy stored underground by circulating water through buried ground loops to transfer energy as needed for heating and cooling. Burning fossil fuel or supplying energy from electrical resistance heating is no longer needed. Each unit of electricity used by the heat pump delivers up to four units of heat or cooling. The savings can be remarkable. Its 10-year parts and 5-year labor warranties assure you of reliability.
- Up to 23.1 EER cooling efficiency
- Capacities to match any home’s size
- Generates heated and chilled water
Designed specifically for homes that use radiant floor heating, these systems eliminate fuel-hungry boilers or electrical heaters. They can also deliver chilled water for zoned cooling units in any room. Installed in existing homes or designed into new homes, these models are an ideal choice to get control over your energy bills. Your HVAC contractor can help you select exactly the right model and calculate how much you can save through these revolutionary systems.
- Up to 26.3 EER cooling efficiency
- Indoor or outdoor installation
- 2-stage compressor
Ideal where space is at a premium, these split geothermal systems work with your existing fossil-fuel furnace or an air handler systems to supply warm or cool air to your home’s air duct system. You save on your energy bills, but can rely on your existing furnace when needed. Installed indoors or outdoors, the heat pump connects to your underground thermal energy transfer loops to transfer heat to and from the ground, saving up to 80% of the energy used by traditional HVAC systems.
ClimateMaster Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems for Texas Homes
As one of the most recognizable brands in geothermal technology, thousands of ClimateMaster products have been installed across Texas, from La Porte, Conroe and Tomball to Montgomery, Meadow’s Place and Hockley in the Houston suburbs, from Fair Oaks Ranch, Fentriss and Lakehills to Yancy, New Berlin and Amphion in the San Antonio suburbs, and from Benbrook, Crowley and Quinlan to Wylie, Cedar Hill and Kaufmann in the Dallas Ft. Worth metro.
If you’re interested in saving big money on your energy bills, you owe it to yourself to consider this new option over traditional fossil fuel-based products when you’re in the market for a new or replacement home comfort system. You can find many companies that have long experience with this new technology. Contact an experienced contractor near you and ask for a free consultation and price quote. Compare costs and potential savings for all types of home comfort systems and evaluate your needs and budget.