Sound Geothermal is Utah's Best Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning design team. By using ground source heat pump (GSHP) technology, our team will make your home or business the most efficient in the neighborhood. Using a GSHP, your home or business will be green, clean, and will save you more money than any other HVAC system on the market. Scroll down to see how we can use GSHPs, other Renewable options as well as conventional equipment to make your home, business, or campus more efficient and reduce your operating and fuel costs.Contact Us to see how you can save money, and help reduce carbon emissions.
Sound Geothermal was founded in 1997, consisting of an innovative design group focusing on various energy saving building technologies, primarily utilizing ground source heat pump or GeoExchange® systems. Our specialty is assessing the thermal resources of a site and utilizing those resources to design an innovative and cost-effective ground-coupled HVAC system. We also provide on-site and classroom IGSHPA certification training, fusion accreditation, and system inspection training. Our corporate professional affiliations include the Geothermal Heat Pump Consortium (GEO), International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA), Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and the National Ground Water Association (NGWA). Along with its Principals, SGT currently has three fully trained GX technicians that assist with design and field inspection. Of the technical staff, Mark Smith is a Certified Geoexchange Designer, and an accredited installer. Blake Smith is a accredited installer. Additional information is available on request. Supplemental to our design services, Sound Geothermal is also a supplier of products and technical services for GeoExchange (ground source heat pump), solar thermal, and high efficiency gas DHW and boiler applications. We supply heat pump equipment, polyethylene pipe, and other related products used for ground heat exchanger installation. Sound Geothermal Corporation is not an installing contractor.