BCS employees complete Geothermal Installation

Published: Monday, Sept. 9, 2013 11:19 a.m. CDT • Updated: Monday, Sept. 9, 2013 11:26 a.m. CDT

Climatemaster, one of the Midwest leaders in Geothermal heating and cooling equipment recently, announced Jeremy Smith, Justin Smith and Mark Vansice of Baxter Comfort Solutions completed the geothermal installation and service training course. 

The three-day training course was held by Comfort Products at DMACC’s Energy Center in Des Moines with factory trained and certified instructor Mace Hensen of Des Moines.

Jeremy, Justin and Mark completed 24 hours of course study that included: geothermal system design and application, water-to-water system basics and installation procedures, geothermal service techniques and testing, geothermal piping basics, design with fusion certification, system set-up and installation procedures and Geothermal software installation and training. To complete this three day training course, these HVAC professionals had to complete and pass written testing as well as hands-on application testing and certification.

Comfort Products is this area’s leading Geothermal equipment supplier, training and supporting premier heating and cooling specialists throughout Iowa and Nebraska including The Des Moines Metro area.

Last year Gov. Branstad signed into law the new geothermal state tax credit and with the federal tax credit still in effect geothermal heating and cooling systems will be even more popular. Having properly trained service and installation professionals to install and service these systems will become even more important. Comfort Products is a forward thinking progressive company that is putting these professionals in place right now.

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