Geothermal- Waterfurnace Water to Air Heatpumps

Waterfurnace have been leaders in the geothermal market since 1983. Based in Fort Wayne, USA they have mastered the Water to Air Geothermal system. A water to air geothermal system offers the same benefits as any geothermal systems however cuts down massively on plant room space.

Instead of the geothermal ground loops being connected to a heatpump and buffer tank in a plant room, the ground loops are piped directly to a waterfurnace  fancoil unit which incorporates the compressor in one system. This passes significant efficiencies.  For this type of system, heating and cooling is provided through ceiling vents linked to the Waterfurnace unit. Hot Water can also be provided.

Waterfurnace Approved Installers

Smarter from the ground up ™

Waterfurnace is one of the World’s most trusted ground loop suppliers. iEnergi are an approved installer for Waterfurnace products and highly recommend their ground sourced solutions for your project.

Experience counts

Our team have been trained on the latest and best installation techniques to make sure your ground sourced hydronic heating system is World standard delivering smarter indoor comfort for you and your family. Our team are factory trained by Waterfurnace in the USA.

Why Waterfurnace Geothermal technology?

A huge advantage of these systems is that the compressor sits within the indoor unit and connects directly to the fan coil unit passing significant efficiencies.

International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSPHA)

iEnergi are certified IGSPHA installers. Why does that matter? It means you can rest assured that professionals with the right education, experience and compliance will be installer your ground source heat pumps.

Note: This video clip is based on Fahrenheit temperatures. For Celsius add 32 degrees.

Waterfurnace have been leaders in the geothermal market since 1983. Based in Fort Wayne, USA they have mastered the Water to Air Geothermal system. A water to air geothermal system offers the same benefits as any geothermal systems however cuts down massively on plant room space.

Instead of the geothermal ground loops being connected to a heatpump and buffer tank in a plant room, the ground loops are piped directly to a waterfurnace  fancoil unit which incorporates the compressor in one system. This passes significant efficiencies.  For this type of system, heating and cooling is provided through ceiling vents linked to the Waterfurnace unit. Hot Water can also be provided.