What is the Most Efficient Heating and Cooling System Available Today?

If you are looking for a new heating and cooling system for your home, you may be asking ‘what is the best or most efficient system out there?

Well, search no further. ClimateMaster’s Trilogy® 45 geothermal heat pump system exceeds 45 EER, which is currently the highest in the industry.

EER stands for Energy Efficiency Rating and is used to rate geothermal heat pump cooling efficiency by the the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute/International Standards Organization.

Generally speaking, the higher an EER means the more efficient system your system is, and the more money it can save you on your home’s utility bills.

In addition, the Trilogy 45 system is recognized as ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient 2015 for exceeding stringent efficiency requirements.

You can read more about the Trilogy 45 system on ENERGY star’s Most Efficient 2015 web page here.

Why is the Trilogy 45 system more efficient than any other heating and cooling system? Good question.

The Trilogy 45 is so efficient because of the way that the Trilogy 45 operates. Traditional heating and cooling systems start to deliver your heating or cooling and then stop when the desired temperature is met. Turning on, or beginning again to provide heating or cooling, requires a lot of energy.

Meanwhile, the Trilogy 45 system runs at lower speeds for longer periods, maintaining a constant level of comfort while using less energy as a result of not constantly turning off and on.

Trilogy (in blue) has smaller temperature swings, which makes for a more comfortable home and more efficient energy usage.


The Trilogy 45 system is designed to operate slowly and consistently for peak efficiency and peak savings. On an extremely hot or cold day, the Trilogy 45 speeds up and delivers full comfort (capacity) regardless of the outdoor air temperature.

Patent-Pending Hot Water Technology = Even More Energy Savings

Domestic hot water is now the second largest user of energy in US homes today (even more than air conditioning in most places in the Unites States)¹.

To reduce hot water costs, ClimateMaster developed a patent-pending technology called Q-Mode® that achieves over 80% savings by generating full-time, year-round hot water at 500%+ efficiency.

Additionally, Q-Mode provides additional energy savings from free cooling when simultaneously heating water using this technology. Q-Mode makes Trilogy unique from other products by making such low operating costs achievable.

While delivering ultra-high efficiencies, you don’t have to compromise on comfort. Our Trilogy geothermal heat pump system recovers quicker than traditional water heaters, delivering more hot water, without needing a larger tank.


An Award-Winning Heating and Cooling System

Our Trilogy system was recognized as one of the top 100 most technically significant products introduced in the marketplace. Co-developed with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Trilogy Q-Mode won a prestigious R&D 100 Award for 2013, recognizing Trilogy’s groundbreaking improvement in heat pump technology and energy efficiency.

The revolutionary Trilogy 45 represents a major breakthrough in comfort and efficiency, continuing ClimateMaster’s legacy of innovation.

Ultra-Quiet Operation

Trilogy 45 is so quiet that you will hardly know it is running. The system is designed to operate slowly and consistently, and unlike traditional air source systems, there are no noisy outdoor fans to disturb you or your neighbors.

Safety and Cleanliness

Geothermal systems use no flames to heat your home, so dangerous carbon monoxide and gas leaks are eliminated. The Trilogy 45 geothermal Series uses foil-faced insulation and a stainless steel drain pan for easy cleaning.

Breathe Easier with Superior Indoor Air Quality

The Trilogy 45 delivers superior air filtration for improved indoor air quality using MERV 11 filters and improved air exchange due to extended run times.

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1 Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Residential Energy Consumption Survey.