ClimateMaster’s role as a domestic energy and geothermal heating and cooling leader extends back to the late 1950s when the company was first founded in Florida. ClimateMaster was later relocated to New York where it started manufacturing water loop heat pump systems, and finally moved its headquarters to Oklahoma City where it continues to thrive today.
For more than 50 years, the company has been developing and producing the industry’s most innovative and energy efficient heating and cooling systems.
Throughout its history, ClimateMaster has continued to invest in the value of its U.S.-patented technologies, expansion of its American manufacturing facilities, growth of its national network of distributors and training of its domestic employees.
Today, the company remains committed to its Engineered and Assembled in the USA heritage by operating a 510,000 square-foot cutting-edge plant in Oklahoma City, sustaining over 600 American jobs and supporting over 1,200 independent dealers.
We Do Loops!
Used extensively where land area is limited or soil conditions prohibit digging more economical horizontal loops. A pair of pipes with a special U-bend assembly at the bottom is inserted into a bored hole that averages between 150 to 250 feet deep per ton of equipment. These holes are then back filled with a special grout solution to ensure good contact with the earth.
Our horizontal bore allows you to install geothermal ground loops with minimal digging and destruction to you or your customers lawn.
Reduces ground settling & lawn discoloration caused by digging loops. You can bore under crawl spaces or driveways.
Usually very economical to install. If a pond or lake at least eight feet deep is available, pond loops can utilize the water (rather than soil) to transfer heat to and from the pond. A coiled pipe is placed in the water, which should cover about a half an acre. An average home would require about 900 feet of pipe. Reduced installation costs and high performance are characteristic of this type of loop.
Installed in areas where soil conditions permit economical excavation. Take up more land area than any other loop type, they are used were space permits. Trenches are normally about five feet deep with multiple pipes placed in the trench at different depths. Normally several hundred feet of trench is required, but where space permits these loops are considered desirable.