Geothermal HVAC Systems

Why Geothermal?

Geothermal heating and cooling provides exceptional comfort at the lowest possible operating costs, combining both environmental benefits with economic incentives. Through the use of ClimateMaster geothermal systems, Comfortworks taps into the constant underground energy to provide efficient and reliable climate control, qualifying for federal tax credits and local utility rebates. This makes geothermal systems not only the most energy-efficient choice but also cost-effective and environmentally friendly.


Geothermal pays for itself in as little as three to seven years with 60% to 80% savings on annual heating, cooling, and hot water costs. All geothermal installations receive a 30% federal tax credit through 2032.


Geothermal is renewable and doesn't burn fossil fuels, so there are no CO2 emissions. Switching from traditional heating and cooling is the environmental equivalent of planting 750 trees (1 acre of trees).


Geothermal systems run at lower speeds for longer periods of time, keeping your home at a consistently comfortable temperature and humidity level all year reducing hot or cold spots.

How Geothermal Works

Step 1

Talk to a pro and schedule a visit to see if your home can be outfitted with a geothermal system.

Step 2

A professional will visit your home and determine the best geothermal system for your needs.

Step 3

Drilling and connecting the ground loop to your home, and installing the geothermal heat pump.

Step 4

Enjoy saving 60% to 80% on your heating, cooling, and hot water costs in your comfortable home.

Typical Geothermal Savings

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What our homeowners are doing for the environment

Over 3,000 residential geothermal systems installed including over 700 in Habitat for Humanity homes

Over 25 years this is equivalent to

Acres of Trees