Our residential geothermal heat pump systems are installed throughout upstate NY in Saratoga and surrounding areas, in residences ranging from modular homes to high-end estates. Many of our residential systems have hybrid thermal designs combining with other renewable energy systems, like solar thermal, which extends the benefits of both technologies. Our team of engineers, geologist and field technicians have successfully installed a full range of system types including closed and open loop configurations, matting the site geology with the requirements for the building.
Replaced an oil heating and hot water system with a Variable Speed Geothermal Heat Pump to Heat & Cool - also tied to a Super Efficient Hot Water System. Continue
Kai Vormer and Geoff Hoffer proudly pose with this very compact and sophisticated system. New home with 5 ton water-to-water serving a radiant floor for heat and two hydronic air handlers for AC. Also includes two Heat Recovery Ventilators which double as bathroom ventilation. Continue
This Clifton Park, NY 1830's farm house was remodeled to meet the standards of a LEED Platinum, Net-Zero Energy Home Continue
If you think this might be a Net-Zero Energy home, you'd be right. This new home was equipped with enhanced insulation, a PV solar array and a Geothermal / Solar Thermal Hybrid system. The renewable thermal systems (geothermal heat pumps and solar thermal hot water) get the little bit of electricity they need from the PV system. Continue
WINNER of Most Creative New Home Feature at the CRBRA 2016 Best of Building Awards. Aztech’s engineers set out to demonstrate the power of renewable heating & cooling systems in homes. We were able to slash operating costs in half, improve the indoor air quality and set the foundation for a Net-Zero energy home. Read on for a look under the hood. Continue
This retrofit job replaced a propane furnace with a three ton geothermal system. This home was equipped with a Geothermal / Solar Thermal Hybrid system, a PV solar array and a solar thermal collector. The renewable systems have made this house a Net-Zero energy home. Continue
This retrofit job replaced a propane furnace with a four ton geothermal heat pump supported by 600 feet of vertical closed ground loop. Continue