Geothermal installation including Mound, Rockford, Watertown, Wayzata, and Long Lake
You earned it keep more of it!
With the 30 percent Renewable Energy Credit, it’s time to consider a long-term solution that can save you up to 70 percent on heating, air conditioning, and hot water costs. A geothermal system from UMR operates at a fraction of the cost of ordinary furnaces and air conditioners, and it also offers supreme comfort, long life, and safe operation.
How does it work?
The temperature in the ground naturally stays at about 50 degrees all year. In the winter, our geothermal systems capture heat from the ground through a series of pipes. The warmth is delivered to a heat pump inside the building, which transfers the heat into the air or water that is heating the structure. In the summer, the same ground source heat pump simply reverses and pulls heat from the building. Heat is then carried through the pipes and deposited into the ground.
A solid base
When John and Roberta Henrich started UMR Geothermal in 1997, geothermal was a little-known technology in our area. Throughout the years, the company has developed unparalleled expertise in the industry, gaining a widespread reputation for
top-notch design, skilled service and repair, and trustworthy customer service. UMR is often recommended as a geothermal contractor for commercial and residential geothermal projects based on its long history and proven track record.