Contractors can tap manufacturers to add geothermal to their tool kit
With a growing interest in comfortable home heating, builders and contractors can add geothermal heating and cooling to their offerings for demanding homebuyers.
As homebuyers seek out radiant heating for floors and walls, and comfort from forced air HVAC, builders and contractors are turning to geothermal to meet demand.
At the 2016 International Builder's Show, Tim Wright, residential sales manager at Enertech Global LLC, talked about what steps builders and contractors can follow to develop a good relationship with a geothermal system provider.
Manufacturers can provide a wide range of support, including design software, project review and long-term support.
Read more about residential geothermal heating and cooling.
Companies: Enertech Global, LLC
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Sponsored by: Enertech Global, LLC
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