With the Inflation Reduction Act incentives, geothermal HVAC systems are a financially realistic option for building with geological challenges and complex climate conditions. The basic technology works like this: Water flows through U-shaped pipes inside a wellfield under the Earth’s surface, where the water harnesses Earth's natural temperature-control capabilities, cooling the water down during summer months while warming it up throughout winter seasons before distributing throughout the building's mechanical rooms.

With over 6,500 miles of geothermal well design experience and over 1 billion square feet in HVAC design/renovation projects, CMTA is the national leader for any geo-exchange or geothermal solution across a variety of markets, including healthcare, K-12, higher education, federal and local government, and commercial real estate. 

Added benefits of geothermal HVAC:

  • 40% More Energy Efficient
  • Operational Cost Savings
  • Less Equipment Space Required
  • Quieter Compared to Traditional HVAC
  • Carbon Reduction
  • 50+ Year Life Expectancy
  • Conserves Water Use
  • Added Redundancy
In this photo, geothermal well heads being drilled deep into the ground. The drilling rig is located on the left. These wells can extend anywhere from 300 to 900 feet down into the ground to capitalize on the Earth as a thermal battery.

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