Atlanta, GA, August 04, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- EcoMech Geothermal & Mechanical of Atlanta, Georgia, announced today that they are the first HVAC company in the state of Georgia to officially install, startup and test the WaterFurnace Series 7, a revolutionary residential geothermal system.
Developed by WaterFurnace International, Inc., the new WaterFurnace 7-Series product line features the Danfoss variable speed compressor and fan motor with new technology designed to reject heat through either a closed or open loop geothermal system. At the end of the successful installation and testing cycle, Tim Uzar, CEO of EcoMech, said, “The WaterFurnace 7 is one of the most efficient air conditioning systems I have ever experienced in my 17 years of HVAC work. It's so quiet and designed so well that we literally weren’t even sure if it was running or not.”
Innovative new design features make the new 7-Series system ideal for residential homeowners as it has been created to be the first variable capacity geothermal system. The WaterFurnace 7 surpasses both 41 EER , which is roughly equivalent to 55 SEER, and 5.3 COP. This new technology makes this system more efficient than any ordinary heating and cooling system and 30% more efficient than any other two-stage geothermal heat pump. Homeowners will be able to enjoy the ultimate in comfort and savings with the 7 Series because of its ultra-efficient technology.
“We are delighted to be able to offer WaterFurnace products to our customers,” said Uzar, “Our goal is to make sure that our homeowners understand the innate efficiency of this system and why it is specifically designed for residential applications.” By the end of July 2012, EcoMech Geothermal in Atlanta, Georgia, will be the one of the highest volume dealers in the country for WaterFurnace 7 Series products with the completed installation of four of the high-tech 7-Series geothermal units.
For more information on the WaterFurnace 7 Series products, geothermal heating and cooling systems, or to schedule an interview with Tim Uzar, CEO of EcoMech, call 678-673-1822 or email email@example.com