Get Memphis Geothermal Systems
ClimateMaster is the world’s largest and most progressive manufacturer of geothermal heat pumps. We are committed to innovation and dedicated to environmentally clean, economically sound and superbly comfortable home and business environments. Each ClimateMaster product is produced in our state-of-the-art facility utilizing quality management systems that are ISO 9001:2000 certified.
How It Works
Wherever you live, the temperature beneath your home remains constant regardless of the season. ClimateMaster® Geothermal Heat Pump Systems harness the stable underground temperature to provide heating, cooling, and hot water at remarkably high efficiencies. So high, in fact, that energy use can be cut by up to 80%. As the world’s largest and most progressive leader in clean, renewable geothermal technology, ClimateMaster leads the way with its award-winning Tranquility Series geothermal heat pumps.
Click the image below to view an interactive demonstration of how geothermal heat pumps work to save you up to 80% on your energy bills.
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Our Memphis Geothermal Heat Pump Services
- Energy Efficiency
- Geothermal Solutions
- Geothermal Energy
- Heating and Cooling
- Heat Pumps
- Energy Efficient Tests
- Renewable Energy
- Energy Efficient Appliances
- Home Energy Efficiency
- Solar Energy
- Central Air
- New Installations
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