WaterFurnace 3 Series units benefit from technology that’s been refined through 30 years of research, engineering advancements, and manufacturing experience—all at a great price point. The dual capacity 300A11 provides forced air heating, air conditioning, and even generates a portion of your home’s hot water—all from a single unit that offers a level of comfort and savings that’s significantly greater than any ordinary system. All 3 Series products utilize environmentally friendly R-410A refrigerant and the best in system components, including the next generation of WaterFurnace controls, Aurora. Aurora controls provide two-way communication between components, resulting in remarkable troubleshooting capabilities. The 3 Series upholds the standards we’ve set over three decades and the trust associated with the WaterFurnace name and offers it all at a great value.
Experience matters!! Perhaps the most important aspect of deciding upon a geothermal system installation is selecting a Geothermal installer. First Geothermal Energy is owned and operated by Mike Roberts. Mike has over twenty five years experience in the HVAC industry. Approximately fifteen Years ago he decided the future was geothermal, he has dedicated his geothermal career to the design and installation of a proper geothermal heat pump system for his customers. This starts with a complete evaluation of the current or future home or building. This includes measurements of the home;level of insulation; window and door sizes and grade; home exposure direction ect. All of this is done to determine the structures heat loss and heat gain. Once this is accurately calculated, a properly sized system, including the tonnage required and the size and design of the loop system is created.
Mike is a factory trained technician in geothermal design and installation, using the latest software and analytical data.
Licenced with the State of Ohio in HVAC and Plumbing Licence # 14124
Certified in refrigerant usage.
Certified in fusion welding techniques for the loop piping