Energy Efficient Geothermal Heat Pump Systems

By: Quantum Geothermal  09-12-2011
Keywords: Heating, energy efficiency, heating and cooling

Geothermal Design Services

Some homeowners are looking to simply replace a traditional furnace heating system with an energy efficient geothermal heat pump to enjoy the comfort and cost savings.

Many families living on a farm or in a rural environment realize the significant cost savings available to them by eliminating their dependence on heating oil, propane and electric furnaces. The construction techniques and limited insulation ratings may compromise the efficiencies that can be created in an older building. Some homeowners will require a custom designed geothermal solution to better suit the unique requirements of their home.

We offer a free evaluation and can quickly tell you if your home is a good candidate for conversion to Geothermal Heating and Cooling.

At Quantum Geothermal, we have the expertise to deliver a quality geothermal heating and cooling system at a competitive price for each of these scenarios. We will work closely with you to deliver:

  • Engineering and energy efficiency services
  • Custom design applications
  • Cost effective, standard solutions

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Other products and services from Quantum Geothermal


Geothermal Federal Rebates and Incentives

The NextEnergy heat pump units offered by Quantum Geothermal are fully compliant with CSA standards and are eligible for the full rebate program. The Canadian government recognizes the importance of converting home heating systems away from fossil fuels wherever practical. Geothermal heating and cooling is the strongest of the alternative energy options available to homeowners today.


Geothermal Heating Systems

Consider the possibility of living in a “flameless” home—no combustibles, no fossil fuels being consumed, no carbon dioxide being emitted into the atmosphere and no risk of carbon monoxide being generated. Owing to the COP of these systems, by using the thermal energy of the earth a typical heat pump can reduce heating and cooling energy consumption within a home by up to 60-70%.