Titian Burris Titian has over 16 years of experience in the geothermal heat pump industry, including all aspects of design, manufacturing, marketing and sales. Currently, he is responsible for residential new construction sales and marketing efforts for ClimateMaster. Titian serves on the Board for the National Association of Home Builders and The Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association. He received his A.S. in marketing, from Oklahoma State and a B.S. in organizational leadership at Southern Nazarene.
The seasons major cold snap has gripped much of the country, sending temperatures plummeting. At the same time, the frigid conditions are putting the heat on scores of Americans wallets in the form of higher costs to heat their homes.
ClimateMaster contributes to Habitat for Humanity, save families over $700 a year in energy expenses
ClimateMaster, a leader in the geothermal industry, continues to be a leader in community service, too. The Oklahoma City-based company this fall helped the its local Habitat for Humanity organization mark a significant milestone.
The new Southcliffe development in Washington state will have 400 homes, each one equipped with a ClimateMaster geothermal unit. We believe mainstream acceptance of this technology is soon to follow.
We get lots of questions from homeowners as well as building professionals who are eager to learn more about geothermal heating and cooling for homes. They may be interested in the low operating costs. Or they may be eager to reduce their home's carbon footprint and do their part to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.