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Featured WaterFurnace Installations

Connecticut Net-Zero Home
No. 61

A&B Cooling & Heating Corporation help a Connecticut family reach their goal of creating a sustainable net-zero home. Implementing the state-of-the-art geothermal WaterFurnace 7 Series was just what the home needed to reach net-zero. Read more

Gulf Breeze Community Center
No. 60

A renovated Florida community center uses WaterFurnace geothermal to provide a comfortable and sustainable place to bring the local community together. By switching to geothermal the center significantly reduced its annual operation cost. Read more

St. Michael's Lutheran Church
No. 59

Buffalo Geothermal Heating help St. Michael's Lutheran Church take a leap of faith and embrace geothermal by replacing the building's old boiler with new WaterFurnace comfort systems that save the church money and provide lasting comfort. Read more

Net Zero at the Preserve
No. 58

Greenhill Contracting along with Verdae LLC, built the first net-zero home to achieve a HERS index of 0, first entirely NZE development in the U.S., and has now The Preserve, another NZE development with houses at mainstream market rates. Read more

Rivera Greens
No. 57

Rivera Greens is the first certified National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Green Standards Eco-Friendly Development in New York State. All home designs in the development are expected to save homeowners 60 to 100 percent of their utility bills. Read more

Wisconsin Farm Home
No. 56

Alan and Cathy Blum update this 1867 Wisconsin farm home without intruding on its historic charm. Improvements include energy efficient windows and insulation allowing them to capitalize on an advanced variable capacity 7 Series geothermal system. Read more

David Craig Home
No. 55

After 26 years of using a WaterFurnace system, the choice was easy for the Craig family when it was time to upgrade. You do not have to sacrifice curb appeal, comfort, or performance when retrofitting a home, even if it�s over 180 years old. Read more

Twin Maples
No. 54

See the retrofit of a stunning 1904 mansion and carriage house. The challenge was to provide a sustainable heating and cooling system that was "invisible both outside and in." The result is a system any homeowner would dream of. Read more

Net-Zero Home
No. 53

Take a look at the first net-zero residential development in the country. Imagine an entire community so efficient they are selling electricity back to the power grid. Geothermal heating and cooling played a pivotal role in achieving net-zero status. Read more


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