Climate Master Geothermal Systems
Master geothermal units qualify for a tax credit for 30% of the entire installation cost when we professionally install
a Climate Master geothermal system in your home! Businesses get a 10% tax credit and can fully depreicate the cost of
equipment in only 5 years!
Available! 12 Months Same as Cash 0% APR Financing for up to $25,000! (For qualified
We have installed over 25 geothermal
units both in residential and commercial applications, these systems have the lowest per sqaure foot costs of operation of
any geothermal systems we've seen! We have the expertise and knowledge to install the system to provide 100% of the
heat load and operate at the highest efficiency available.
A properly installed geothermal
system will heat for 1/4 the cost of a Hi-efficiency propane system or 1/2 the cost of a Hi-efficiency natural gas system
and cool for 1/2 the cost of a 15 SEER air conditioner
Master is the Largest Geothermal Heat Pump Manufacturer in the World and Leads the Industry with Cutting Edge Products Get Your 30% Federal Tax Credit Now! Yes 30%, that is not a typo!
A properly installed geothermal system will
almost always have a relatively short payback period, normally of 4-7 years when taking the 30% tax credit into account. If
you purchase a conventional system (furnace, ductwork, A/C, water heater) to heat your new home and it is $12,500 and a goethermal
system is $20,000 the conventional system gets a maximum of a $500 tax credit for a net cost of $12,000, the geothermal system
would qualify for a $6,000 tax credit for a next cost of $14,000 so the payback period would be only be a couple of years
depending on the heat loss of the house. A Climate Master unit under normal use has a life expectancy of 25+ years and the
in ground tubing 100+ years. A geothermal system can be adapted to almost any existing heating system, you do not need to
be building a new home to install geothermal. Just because you have sandy soil and live in Wisconsin does not mean you will
not save thousands a year. We can provide you with a computer simulation that will show you just how much you will save a
year. Do not become one of the many people who had an inexperienced contractor install their system promising them the world
and after making such a large investment ended up with a system that was too small and so inefficient that they could heat
with natural gas for the same amount they are paying now. If you under-size the loop field (the area where the tubing is buried)
the efficiency of the system will be greatly reduced especially in the coldest of months as the ground temperature will plummet
as the geothermal system is taking heat from the ground faster than it can replenish it. Every degree the temperature of the
loop field drops, significantly reduces the efficiency of the system increasing your costs of heating your home. If you under-size
the entire system during the colder months you will either have a cold house or will need to use a backup source of heat,
normally this is straight electric which is one of the most inefficient ways to heat. A properly installed geothermal system
should heat for 1/5 the cost of electric heat so why would you want to run an electric heater most of the winter??? One must
ask yourself why would you make that kind of an investment and cut corners for a house you may plan to live in for the rest
of your life, I do not know about you but most people want to be comfortable and happy in their homes. Geothermal systems
are very low maintenance and have been around for decades with a proven record of reliability to give you decades of comfort.
The average geothermal system has a return on investment of 23%, that puts the stock market look like a waste of money!
Be extremely careful of who you have install your geothermal system,
many contractors main objective is to be the cheapest so they can get the bid instead of selling the proper sized system
and installing it properly. These contractors will install small "beds" or "loop fields" and lay
the tubing in a "slinky" fashion which can reduce the heat transfer area of the tubing by over 30% which can lower
the efficiency of the system by the same amount. Others will under-size the unit so it will be cheaper, but will cause
your backup system be it either gas or electric to have to run often reducing your savings and increasing your payback period.
At Schulz Heating & Cooling Ltd. we design our systems for optimum efficiency and longevity. Our beds or loop
fields(the hole the ground loops are laid in) are normally much larger than the competition as the bed is the cornerstone
of a geothermal system's efficiency, it is essentially a heat sink and is where you are getting the majority of the heat from.
You are trying to get as much heat out of the earth as possible, so the smaller you make the hole, the less earth you have
to take heat from lowering your efficiency significantly. If you have a well that can pump at least 15 GPM you can use an
Open Loop system which saves on installation cost, and has a higher average efficiency then a closed loop system, however
these units do use and expel water so they are not be ideal for most applications. Our installations
normally do not cost anymore than the competition, but are designed to be superior in all aspects of the system. There
are many factors you must take into account when sizing the system; the heat loss of the building, infiltration of the building,
sun exposure, lowest winter temperature experienced, type of soil, moisture content of soil, is there ground water within
6' of the surface, available space to install loop field, and what the building is being used for are just some of the main
points. You can see that a lot of thought and calculations must be done in order to properly size the unit and the loop
field, we have the expertise to do this accurately and this is what sets us apart.
Climate Master Units Are Packed With Features:
- 2 stage compressor
- ECM2 Blower motor
Tin coated air coil
- Stainless steel condensate pan
- Low temperature
air coil and water freeze protection
- Sentinel monitoring system alerts you of a problem before
- Climate Master thermostat notifies you if there is ever a problem with the unit
- Optional Cupro Nickel heat exchanger
- Optional hot water generator