Geo-Energy Services, LLC is a global provider of leading and innovative Geothermal Heat Pump Systems also known as GeoExchange Systems. We have successfully executed multifaceted projects with facility managers, architects, building owners, homeowners, engineers, contractors, ESCO companies, and regional partnerships worldwide. Our services include consulting, feasibility studies, design, design/build, and LEED building commissioning specific to GeoExchange systems.
Our experience and knowledge of designing a ground source heat pump system enables your team to make informed decisions. Our involvement can begin during the initial pre-design phase all the way through to system start up and operation. Our geothermal heat pump designs can meet simple or complex project requirements.
9/22/11 Geo-Energy Services has completed a recent design/build residence in Denver, CO. The owner has kept an ongoing blog about the project and progress. He even chosen to share the utility information in the second paragraph on the main page that indicates a total utility bill of $65.00 to maintain the ultra efficient components, including a GeoExchange system, for a 4,200 sqft house during the hottest time of the year, mid-July through mid-August where each day was 90+ degrees. Absolutely amazing.
9/4/11 Geo-Energy Services was selected as a design/build company to retrofit a 4,000 sqft house in Denver, CO. Additional features include WaterFurnace's Intellizone controller for 8 zones in the house for 2 geothermal heat pumps and a HEPA filtration system.
9/10/11 Geo-Energy Services was selected to design a GeoExchange system for a Vet. Clinic in Aurora, CO
6/18/11 Geo-Energy Services was selected to design a borefield system for the new San Isabel Electric Association's Head Quarters in Pueblo West, CO. The system includes a 40 borehole array drilled 400' deep.
6/1/11 WE MOVED!!! Geo-Energy Services has moved to a new location. The current location is now Littleton, CO, see new details below.
3/4/11 Geo-Energy Services was selected to design a GeoExchange system for a 4,300 sqft private residence in Durango, CO.
6/9/10 Geo-Energy Services was selected to design a geothermal heat pump system for the Schooner Bay project development on Abaco Island, Bahamas. The project will incorporate 750 housing units over the next several years split in to 2 phases. The scope of design work includes integration of solar thermal hot water with the geothermal system.
7345 South Pierce Street
Littleton, CO 80128