Teratherm is an
accredited IGSHPA Installer
The International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA) is a non-profit industry group, located at Oklahoma State University, dedicated to ground source research and education. Many of the standards in the industry have been developed by IGSHPA as a result of extensive testing and research since its formation in 1987. Click here to learn more.
Teratherm staff are IGSHPA accredited geothermal installers. What does this mean for our customers?
We do Geothermal only. And, we do the whole project from outside to inside.
Ground source geothermal, like any other technology, utilizes a detailed process. To be executed properly, an installer must understand and be able to employ an extensive set of procedures to ensure that an installation will perform to expectation. IGSHPA has developed the standards for the geothermal industry based on decades of research and exhaustive testing. We know, when installing a system, that by following IGSHPA guidelines and relying on our field experience, installations will meet or exceed the expectations of a highly efficient heating & cooling system that will require minimal service for years to come.
Teratherm has the training and ground source experience to design the right system for your property's unique characteristics. And, because Teratherm installers do nothing but geothermal, they can recognize and solve many of the unique issues each property presents that "One Stop Shops" may not be experienced enough to address or even identify.
Choose Teratherm to design and install a system that meets ALL industry specifications to get ALL the energy you deserve from the ground!