WaterFurnace has been providing comfort and savings to Canadian homeowners since 1983
A small community in Florida was brought together through the renovation of their community center. Through investing in a state-of-the-art geothermal system by WaterFurnace, they were able to keep the newly-renovated community center comfortable year-round while reducing energy usage and operating costs.
In an effort to reduce the high annual cost of oil heating, St. Michael's congregation decided to replace their inefficient boiler with a geothermal system from Waterfurnace. Working with an expert in the field, the congregation was able to invest in a system that will serve them for many years to come.
Greenhill Contracting along with Verdae LLC, built the first net-zero home to achieve a HERS index of 0, first entirely NZE development in the U.S., and has now The Preserve, another NZE development with houses at mainstream market rates
Rivera Greens is the first certified National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Green Standards Eco-Friendly Development in New York State. All home designs in the development are expected to save homeowners 60 to 100 percent of their utility bill
Alan and Cathy Blum update this 1867 Wisconsin farm home without intruding on its historic charm. Improvements include energy efficient windows and insulation allowing them to capitalize on an advanced variable capacity 7 Series geothermal system.
After 26 years of using a WaterFurnace system, the choice was easy for the Craig family when it was time to upgrade. You do not have to sacrifice curb appeal, comfort, or performance when retrofitting a home, even if it’s over 180 years old.
See the retrofit of a stunning 1904 mansion and carriage house. The challenge was to provide a sustainable heating and cooling system that was "invisible both outside and in." The result is a system any homeowner would dream of
Take a look at the first net-zero residential development in the country. Imagine an entire community so efficient they are selling electricity back to the power grid. Geothermal heating and cooling played a pivotal role in achieving net-zero status.
A homeowner working on a 1,500 square foot retrofit project near Peterborough had a vision to not only make their dream home environmentally sound, but efficient to heat and cool. Upon researching, they embraced the benefits of WaterFurnace geothermal, and had a WaterFurnace Synergy3D 4 Ton installed in their home.
The Mulmur Township office decided a change was needed with their heating and cooling system. Nottawasaga Mechanical, of Wasaga Beach, ON, converted the office from two electric forced-air systems with cooling to two WaterFurnace geothermal units.
Because of the increasing cost of heating barns, The Hayter Group knew that one day there would be a market for geothermal heating. An active chicken and hog farmer approached them about the benefits of geothermal systems to rural customers.
In 2008, Clarksburg Contractors installed a WaterFurnace geothermal heating and cooling system for EcoInhabit - a retail business with a focus on distribution of eco-friendly and sustainable products.
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