Case Studies - Residential

A Family Home

For Jacob Rogalsky the issue is economy. The family energy bill is the envy of his neighbors in their tiny village of Reinfeld at the edge of Winkler, MB.

For heat, air conditioning and hot water the Rogalsky household spend about $85 a month for electricity. They've had the modest 2,080-square-foot bungalow (1,040-square-foot footprint of main floor and basement) for two years and it sits on exposed Prairie near Winkler, Man.

"It's reliable. It beats the fuss about getting timely delivery of oil or propane when you live in the country. It's quiet. It doesn't take up much space. But the most important thing is that it saves us so much money" Rogalsky says. His neighbors envy his economies. Using conventional heating systems oil or gas or even standard electric baseboard heating, their costs for fuel oil come in at about $190 a month and propane about $212. But even at that price air conditioning and water heating costs are not covered the way the Rogalsky's are.

NHP Geothermal Heat Pumps

Here are two animated diagrams explaining the process using Geothermal Heat Pumps for heating and cooling your home from the outside to the inside.


Northern Heat Pump has a great line of Geothermal Heat Pumps available for use in residencial, commercial & industrial properties.

NHP Value

Calculate your ROI for a Northern Heat Pump product for your home.

Geothermal Heat pump incentives are available in the U.S. Canada, The United Kingdom, Australia and many parts of Europe.