Geothermal News for Alaska

One of the nicest things about heating and cooling your Alaska home with a WaterFurnace geothermal system is that it demands so little maintenance. The system’s relative simplicity accounts for that. Nevertheless, minimal maintenance shouldn’t be taken to suggest no maintenance.
It’s time for a new heating and cooling system. Maybe you’re partial to the idea of a new Geothermal HVAC. Whatever the circumstances, you probably want to know a little more about how one works. Geothermal HVACs variously cool and heat your home by extracting ground temperature. This works because...
If your knowledge of geothermal heating and cooling is lacking, you should, at least, know this – especially if you’re planning on upgrading your current Alaska home’s HVAC system or still undecided about how best to heat and cool the new home you’re building.
If you're tired of your old furnace not running efficiently and being a drain on your bank account, consider purchasing a geothermal system from us, Alaska's trusted geothermal installers.
With all the advantages of geothermal heating and cooling, how could switching be made even sweeter? How about a 30% return of the cost you spent to install your geothermal system courtesy of a geothermal tax credit!
Now that you have been familiarized with how geothermal works in the first part of our series, it’s time to take a look at the machinery and how it creates the heat for your home or business.
Part one in a five part series, this article breaks down the basics of geothermal heating and cooling systems and their efficiencies for Alaska.