ClimateMaster Geothermal Technologies
Geothermal heat pumps don't use magic to heat and cool your home, but they can do magical things to your utility bill. By tapping buried heat to boost operating efficiency higher than the competition can hope to reach, geothermal heat pumps save the average homeowner so much on their utility bill that the installation costs are paid off in 5-10 years.
When it comes to manufacturing the geothermal heat pumps on the market, ClimateMaster, Inc. is leading the way.
American-Made Heating & Cooling
If you're looking for a high efficiency geothermal heat pump designed and built in the United States, ClimateMaster is the company you want.
Don't worry, they're no overnight, flash-in-the-pan company. They've got 50 years of HVAC industry experience, and are the largest US geothermal heat pump producer. As a subsidiary of LSB Industries, ClimateMaster has access to sophisticated environmental and climate control systems research, life cycle product support, and a global engineering and manufacturing base. Both ClimateMaster and LSB Industries are headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
A Brief History of ClimateMaster
We talk about ClimateMaster's 50 years of geothermal heat pump manufacturing experience, but really they've got even more than that. ClimateMaster wasn't born out of whole cloth. It was an arranged marriage of companies like California Heat Pump and Friedrich ClimateMaster. Starting with this basis of experience allowed them a head start on the competition.
While ClimateMaster didn't invent geothermal heat pumps, they've been a leader in innovation and new methodology. They took basic system concepts, then extrapolated on them to create systems ideal for numerous applications, different climate and soil conditions, residential homeowner, industrial facilities, and commercial properties.
ClimateMaster continues to innovate and deliver high quality geothermal heat pump systems to the American and international marketplace. For that job, there's no one better to man the helm than President Dan Ellis.
Unlike a lot of HVAC industry professional, Ellis didn't start his early career as an HVAC technician or company manager. Instead, Ellis was involved in the energy efficiency movement of the 1970's and 80's. Heating and cooling didn't lead Ellis to geothermal heat pumps, but their ability to reduce household energy consumption did.
As a co founder of WaterFurnace International, Ellis was critical in developing closed-loop geothermal heat pump systems able to operate without access to groundwater sources. As Ellis realized, it wasn't the groundwater that made a geothermal heat pump efficient, but the ground heat. Closed-loop installation made geothermal heat pumps viable for markets all over the country not just in areas with big aquifers.
Hard predictions are, of course, impossible to make, but a rapidly industrializing globe means energy prices seemed poised for continual escalation. In this new market environment energy efficient technologies like geothermal heat pumps will become more and more important, and more and more cost effective.
In that regard, ClimateMaster is well placed for 2013, 2014, and beyond.
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