Oklahoma Residential Geothermal

We are Residential Geothermal Experts!


  • International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA)
  • Geothermal Exchange Organization (GEO)

Certifications / Accreditations:

  • 14 IGSHPA-trained installers – 9 are NATE geothermal certified
  • 16 ClimateMaster factory-trained technicians – 3 at level one, 9 at level 2, 4 at level 3+
  • 27 certified HDPE fusion technicians
  • 9 OSHA safety certified – 4 at level 10, 5 at level 30
  • 18 Licensed HVAC journeymen
  • 3 mechanical engineers on staff


  • Comfortworks was founded in 2007 with the purchase of C&S Heat and Air (est. 1975)
  • Award-winning geothermal HVAC contractor every year since 1994
  • Corporate officers alone have over 90 years of dedicated experience in geothermal HVAC
  • Over 3,000 residential geothermal systems installed including over 700 in Habitat for Humanity homes
  • Over 85 commercial geothermal projects totaling over 3 million square feet of conditioned area
  • Over 3 million feet (nearly 700 miles) of vertical bore heat exchanger installed
  • Over 500 tons of pond/lake heat exchanger installed

We install high-quality residential geothermal installations


Automated and precise sheet metal production

Every duct joint is tightly sealed and properly insulated

We commission each system to ensure it is running right to factory specifications

Quality ground loop design and installation

We have experience in floor warming, pool heat, and dedicated water heating

Residential Geothermal Installation Types

Comfortworks - we are an Oklahoma geothermal company that provides turn key heating and cooling systems - packaged geothermal systems.

Packaged Systems


Indoor Split


Outdoor Split

Comfortworks - we are an Oklahoma geothermal company that provides turn key heating and cooling systems - hot water generation system - geothermal installation types.

Hot Water Generation

We design your system properly


First we look at the whole house, not just the HVAC system. We don't just replace what you have, we look for the obvious improvements in insulation, ductwork, and infiltration that may lower the required heating and cooling load, thus saving homeowners both on installation and operating costs.


We use the best design tools to ensure you have correctly sized equipment, correct ground loop and pump sizing, and properly designed and balanced ductwork


Every home is calculated to Manual J8 heating and cooling load standards


Every system is correctly sized with GeoDesigner software from ClimateMaster for proper ground loop sizing, equipment sizing, and an accurate operating cost analysis

Benefits of Residential Geothermal

Geothermal heating and cooling systems have been used for over 40 years and millions of units have been installed worldwide in commercial and residential applications. Geothermal technology uses a series of sealed piping loops buried in the ground that tap the renewable solar energy of the earth. These loops create a better heat transfer medium than traditional air source systems.

Incentives for Residential Geothermal

30% Federal Tax Credit + Local Utility Rebates


The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said geothermal systems are, “the most energy-efficient, environmentally clean, and cost-effective space conditioning systems available today.” The Union of Concerned Scientists has said “ground-source heat pumps are the most energy-efficient and environmentally clean heating and cooling systems available.” Here are the advantages and disadvantages of owning a geothermal system for your home.