Inverter Smart Source Unit Just Released up to 62.5 EER that’s up to 75 SEER

Ingram’s Water & Air Now Offers New, Ultra-Efficient Geothermal HVAC Product

Paducah, Kentucky – October 5th 2012 – Many experts agree increasing industrialization in developed countries will continue to push energy prices higher regardless of local factors in the North American market. As such, products that do more with less will become more valuable while these market trends continue.

For years, Ingram’s Water & Air has been promoting high efficiency HVAC systems like energy efficient air-source and geothermal heat pumps to offset rising prices. Geothermal and air-source heat pump systems use buried heat to operate at higher efficiencies than traditional air conditioning systems.

Recently, Daikin McQuay, one of the world’s largest HVAC manufacturers, released the SmartSource Inverter Geothermal Water Source Heat Pump. Combining geothermal heat pump operating principles with the latest technological innovations, this new McQuay product can operate at higher than 60 EER making it one of the most energy efficient HVAC systems in the world.

Given the SmartSource Inverter’s capabilities, Ingram’s Water & Air decided to adopt the product as soon as they were able. Today via the Ingram’s website, the McQuay SmartSource Inverter Geothermal Water Source Heat Pump is available in 3- and 4-ton capacities with optional features like a desuperheater, auxiliary heat kit, field-installed loop pump packages, or MERV filters designed to meet LEED EQ Credit 5 qualifications.

Ingram’s Water & Air is a family-owned heating and air company built around quality HVAC equipment, life-of-product technical support, and real customer service. They provide heating and air service in West Kentucky and maintain a prominent Internet presence.


Jason Ingram

Ingram Water and Air Equipment

2602 Bridge Street

Paducah, KY 42003


Phone: (270) 575-9595 or (866) 488-9365


2 Comment(s)

  1. what square footage will your 3 and 4 ton units cover. how much are the units and how much would the shipping be to phoenix az 85029

    Bill Davis | Jul 3, 2013 | Reply

  2. Wow this is pretty amazing, I just replaced my unit with something that is probably less than half as efficient and the savings is unreal. The problem with this is, I’m not sure how well it will work in Florida

    Mark Perenich | Mar 10, 2014 | Reply

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