Engineering & Design




Air Conditioning



We service, repair, and install both air-source heat pumps, water-source, and geothermal heat pumps for residential customers, condominiums, convenience stores, supermarkets, restaurants, schools, health care organizations, and government facilities.

Air Source - Electric air-source heat pumps use the difference between outdoor air temperatures and indoor air temperatures to cool and heat your home or business. If you heat with electricity, a heat pump can reduce the amount of electricity you use for heating by as much as 40% – 60%. Air source heat pumps range from residential units to packaged rooftop units (RTU).

Geothermal - Higher efficiencies are achieved with geothermal heat pumps (GHPs), which transfer heat between your house or building and the ground or a nearby water source. Whether a ground-source heat pump or water-source heat pump, GHPs use the constant temperature of the earth as the heat exchange medium instead of unstable outside air. This allows the system to reach fairly high efficiencies (300%-600%) on the hottest of summer days to the coldest of winter nights; in addition, heat recovery from GHPs can eliminate the need for separate water heaters and boilers. Although the installation price of a geothermal system is more expensive than that of an air-source system, the additional costs are returned to you in energy savings in 2 to 4 years -- In fact, a geothermal heat pump is cost competitive with high-end air source heat pumps -- with superior efficiencies. Whether your home or organization requires an air conditioning contractor or an air conditioning engineer, we're uniquely qualified to service all your geothermal heat pump requirements.