When Schuster installs in floor radiant heating in combination with your geothermal system throughout Eastern Iowa, Dubuque, Iowa, Northwest Illinois and Southwest Wisconsin tri-state area, you will immediately enjoy all the following:
Superior comfort Warm, cozy tile floors in kitchens and bathrooms
Energy savings between 20 to 40%
Zoning ability literally room by room
Easy interior design without concern of hampering heat distribution or coping with unsightly heating sources
Clean and draft free-no noisy fans
This desirable benefit increases the value of your home
Ground Source Heat Pumps (or ground source) heating and cooling, or in today’s terms, a geothermal system is enabled by using ground loops that allow highly efficient heat transfer of the relatively constant temperature of the earth. The US EPA reports that geothermal energy is the most energy efficient form of heating and cooling available.
Schuster is thoroughly experienced in all forms of ground loops and will recommend the best system assuring best performance and value. This includes open and closed systems, vertical and horizontal, horizontal boring and water, pond or lake loops.
Water heating in combination with your geothermal system can easily save 50% of the cost to heat water. During the summer, heating of water occurs at little additional cost to the operation of the energy efficient geothermal system.
We provide service including emergency response throughout Dubuque, Iowa, eastern Iowa, southwest Iowa, and northwest Illinois. We make sure that we are very available and sensitive to your home comfort when you need help…whether it involves a new HVAC or geothermal system installation, air conditioning or heating system repair or system maintenance.
Doug Schuster started helping his father when he was in high school. In 1984, he helped install his first residential geothermal system. In 1996, Doug took over as owner of his dad's company. Since then he has been responsible for the design and installation of hundreds of geothermal systems. In 2001, Doug won a Project of the Year award from Enertech Global for an 80,000 sq.ft. retirement home. Doug has served on the board of the Iowa Geothermal Association and was president in 2009.