Experts in Ground-Source Energy Solutions

EarthHeat has been in the forefront of geothermal systems and technology for over 25 years. To date, we have successfully completed over 400 residential / commercial installations—on time and within budget. Recognized for being one of the pioneers to bring ground-source energy solutions to the Pacific Northwest, we have expert knowledge and understanding of geological conditions in the region. We are committed to providing the highest level of safety, quality, and exceptional service—before, during, and after the project.

EarthHeat offers a comprehensive collection of services to meet all your geothermal needs:

  • Geothermal systems consultation
  • Formation thermal conductivity testing
  • Excavation, drilling and spoil removal
  • Geo-exchange field installation
  • Radiant floor design / installation
  • Geothermal heat pump installation
  • Geothermal flushing and purging
  • Service and maintenance

Certifications and Affiliations

Spotlight

Highland Middle School Bellevue, WA
August 2018 EarthHeat is awarded the vertical bore field contract for 132 300’ bores for the Bellevue School Department.

Juanita High School Kirkland, WA
January 2018 EarthHeat successfully completes another large scale project for the Bellevue School District 90 300’ bores.

Stevenson Elementary School Bellevue, WA
May 2017 EarthHeat successfully completes another large scale project for the Bellevue School District 90 300’ bores.

Bethany Community Church Seattle, WA
December 2016 EarthHeat completes construction of a radiant floor / boiler heating system.

EarthHeat Plumbing & Heating Duvall, WA
EathHeat’s new Plumbing and Heating Division Now Online! Please visit us at www.earthheatph.com

Banfield HQ Vancouver, WA
March, 2016 EarthHeat completes construction of this vertical bore field with underground vault (166, 300’bores). Photos »

Washington State
Department of Ecology
Lacey, WA
March, 2015 EarthHeat is honored to have been chosen as the geothermal contractor for the construction of this horizontal geo-exchange field at the DOE (44, 500’ bores). Photos »

Bates Technical College Tacoma, WA
February, 2015 EarthHeat completes construction of this vertical bore geo-exchange field. (63, 300’ bores). Photos »

Odle Middle School Bellevue, WA
January, 2015 EarthHeat completes construction of this vertical bore geo-exchange field. (105, 300’ bores). Photos »