A.L. Johnson Heating and Air Conditioning recognized with award
Published 10:23 am Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Homeowners looking to go green and save money on energy costs won’t have to look very far to find one of the nation’s top geothermal installers. Locally-owned Johnson and Heating and Air Conditioning has established itself as a leader in the geothermal industry, having earned the Gold Club Award during the 19th annual Enertech Global Dealer Meeting. The meeting took place April 29 in Maple Grove.
Enertech President and CEO Steve Smith presented the Albert Lea dealer with the prestigious award for demonstrating excellence in sales, installation and customer service.
“We have some of the best dealers in the industry,” Smith said. “They’re committed to providing the ultimate comfort experience for the homeowner and hold themselves to a higher standard than most. You won’t find anyone better-equipped to provide a quality geothermal system, period.”
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Geothermal taps into Earth’s heat to provide clean and sustainable energy for heating and cooling. Many property owners are turning to geothermal to reduce their carbon footprint while enjoying substantial saving in their heating and cooling costs. Johnson Heating and Air Conditioning offers the complete line of GeoComfort geothermal equipment for residential and commercial heating, cooling and hot water systems. GeoComfort is manufactured by Enertech Global, LLC, of Greenville, Illinois.
In an effort to promote renewable energy, the federal government is offering a 30 percent tax credit for qualified geothermal installations. May states, local municipalities and utilities also offer rebates, tax incentives or low-interest loans to support geothermal. For more information on available incentives, property owners should contact Johnson Heating and Air Conditioning at 507-373-2264 or visit the Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency at dsireusa.org. The website is a comprehensive source of information on state, local, utility and federal incentives and policies that promote renewable energy and energy efficiency.