The Iowa Geothermal Association (IGA) is a non-profit trade association formed in 1992 as one of the early means of educating consumers and contractors about geothermal heating and cooling. Today, geothermal consumers enjoy heating and cooling systems featuring extremely reliable technology that delivers highly energy efficient, environmentally friendly heating and cooling to their homes and businesses using the earth’s constant ground temperature.
IGA is comprised of industry professionals aspiring to a Code of Ethics through proper design, installation, service and support of geothermal heating and cooling systems. The IGA has a long and proud history of encouraging ethical business practices by all of its members. The IGA is a reputable source of information to anyone interested in geothermal heating and cooling. IGA encourages its members to become IGHSPA certified, today’s benchmark for geothermal training which bridges between the latest geothermal technology and the consumers who will benefit from this technology.
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