Come to us when you want the best products at great prices!
- We sell only Pex-A for in-floor applications, Pex-A uses
the original method of manufacturing pex and has been in use in Europe for 5 decades with the best performance record on the
market. It has a recorded failure rate of less than 1/2 of 1% in the last 30 years!
Outdoor Wood Furnaces
- We only carry Central Boiler Outdoor Wood Furnaces
Fully UL certified, and independently
tested to be the most efficient on the market! The new E-3200 furnace is the most efficient,
lowest emission, and most BTU capacity of any stove that meets the E.P.A. Clean Air Act regulations.
Central Boiler is the world leader in Outdoor Wood Furnaces.
Gas Furnaces and A/C's
- We carry Luxaire furnaces and A/C’s backed by a great warranty and
reputation for quality and efficiency, makers of the LP9C, the most efficient gas furnace in the WORLD at 98% efficiency. The LP9C has a VFD (variable frequency
drive) blower for unlimited variance on output, uses much less electricity than a standard blower.
For the Ultimate in comfort and efficiency demand a Luxaire LP9C furnace.
only use Thermo-Pex High density foam insulated in ground tubing for outdoor wood installations, made tough and rated at the
highest R-values in the market. This tubing is so tough
it is approved for temporary above ground installation for those of us that did not get it in before the frost settled.
Do not be fooled by the foil backed plastic bubble wrap most brands when tested had an R-Value of only 1.5! Even though
they will advertise up to R-16 when used in a specific manner in certain situations which do not apply to the scenario of
- We use the best methods
of installing our products, not just the cheapest. Our in-floor jobs use high density foam instead of bubble
foil insulation which cannot exceed R-2 under concrete or for use in underground tubing. Our geothermal jobs have oversized beds, and utilize the best soil available. Our gas furnaces and
air conditioners are installed professionally and the duct worked sized properly.
- We place our pumps in places which allow them to last longer on hydronic systems. We use over
sized custom made heat exchangers for our hot water heater side arm kits for better efficiency. We custom design each geothermal installation for optimum performance and efficiency.
We place our in-floor pex tubing in the upper third of the concrete when pouring the slab to allow for quicker
times and less heat loss. Studies have shown that when
the tubing is stapled to the insulation instead of being put in the upper third of the concrete, that 40-50% more heat will
go into the ground then up, as heat does not rise in a solid as it does in a gaseous environment. Stapling it to the
bottom can also increase the reaction time or recovery time by 4 hours rendering useles a programmable thermostat. Think
of it this way, if you made your house out of 5" thick concrete walls instead of 2x4's and you put pex tubing the walls
to heat the home how much heat do you think will go into the house instead of outside if you put the tube within the first
inch of the interior of the wall instead of an inch to the exterior of the wall. Also think about how much heat you
would lose only putting down 2" of foam which has an R-Value of about 8.
design our Climate Master geo-thermal systems for the most efficiency instead of designing them for the easiest and cheapest
installation with our 25 plus years of refrigeration experience. We use only Climate Master units, makers of the
most efficient geothermal units in the world! We use the race track style of laying our tubing when space is available,
we over size our beds, and we install open systems as well as closed systems. The "slinky" method of laying
tubing (laying the tubing out in a coil so it overlaps itself) can reduce the heat transfer area by over 30% reducing efficiency
by almost the same amount. Most contractors use the slinky method to save time and money allowing them to have lower
bids and sell more units. We go for quality and efficiency, why save a couple hundred dollars now when it could cost
you thousands over the life of the system?