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Geothermal Heating

Geothermal Heating | Residential Geothermal Heating | Geothermal Heat Pump

The Ultimate in Comfort and Conservation.

Have you been thinking about installing a Geothermal Heat Pump? You've come to the right place! Geothermal energy is often considered a new form of alternative energy, and while it is new in its current application, geothermal energy has been used for thousands of years.


What is geothermal heating?

Underground loops of pipes are installed deep in the ground near your home that circulate fluid via an electrical pump to heat and cool your home. 



How does geothermal heating work?

An electrical heat pump that is installed in your home utilizes the refrigeration cycle to heat and cool your home. The cycle captures heat from the ground to warm your home in the winter. Conversely, it disperses cool air in the summer.

Why choose geothermal heating?

Geothermal Heating may be the most cost-effective, energy-efficient option available today. Heating and cooling bills can be reduced by any where between 30-70 percent! This means that you can break-even on your investment in a relatively short period of time (on average 7-8 years). Plus, Geothermal Heat Pumps run quiet compared to traditional central air conditioning systems that rely on noisy compressors and fans. Geothermal Heat is also the green choice. Greenhouse gas emissions are reduced the equivalent of planting 750 trees. Your Geothermal Heating System can last for generations.


BODEK INC. is your trained Geothermal Heat installer. We do it all – from excavation to install the ground loops in the earth, to Geothermal Heat Pump installation and controls. Rest assured, we know the local geology and are qualified to make the right choices when designing your system size for maximum efficiency. We are not your typical budget plumber. While you may pay a little more with us, that higher price translates into better quality and craftsmanship. We pride ourself in our work. 


  • High Front-End Cost (Check for State/Federal Tax Incentives)

  • Highly Energy-Efficient

  • Utility Savings

  • Long Length of Life

  • Excavation/Lot Size

  • Ductwork (New/Existing)

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