The Element Masters Geothermal Services
It's been all it was advertised to be. I've kept meticulous records and the average monthly utility bill has been $175 (for a 5,000 sq. ft home). That includes heating, air conditioning, hot water, lights and appliances. I've looked at other manufacturers and in the end, found they did not have the package WaterFurnace does. I'm a big fan of WaterFurnace.
About The Element Masters
Your Local Geothermal Professionals
The Element Masters is proud to serve the people of Middlebury and the surrounding area with prompt, quality service. We install WaterFurnace products which have industry leading warranties and performance. We pride ourselves on exceptional customer service. Call 574-825-8824 today to schedule a service appointment or for a free, no-obligation consultation. We’ll help determine the perfect system for your home or business.
Our team services most major brands of geothermal and HVAC equipment. We’ve been proudly serving Middlebury and the surrounding area with top of the line products, service, and maintenance for years and hope to do the same for you, give us a call today!
Unlike ordinary systems, geothermal systems do not burn fossil fuel to generate heat; they simply transfer heat to and from the earth to provide a more efficient, affordable and environmentally friendly method of heating and cooling. Typically, electric power is used only to operate the unit's fan, compressor and pump.
The three main parts consist of the heat-pump unit, the liquid heat-exchange medium (open or closed loop), and the air-delivery system (ductwork).
A geothermal system is over five times more efficient in heating and more than twice as efficient in cooling as the most efficient ordinary system. Because geothermal systems move existing heat rather than creating it through combustion, they provide four to five units of energy for every one unit used to power the system.
One thing that makes a geothermal heat pump so versatile is its ability to be a heating and cooling system in one. With a simple flick of a switch on your indoor thermostat, you can change from one mode to another. In the cooling mode, a geothermal heat pump takes heat from indoors and transfers it to the cooler earth through either groundwater or an underground earth loop system. In the heating mode, the process is reversed.