Top Hat has been involved in green energy since the beginning and has bought into the Green Power Program. We are an environmentally conscious company and recognize the importance of minimizing the harm to the environment in an effort to preserve earth’s long-term sustainability. That is why we not only sell environmentally friendly products, but have them installed in our showrooms for you to experience as well. At every job site we also take the old, inefficient product and properly dispose of it through recycling.
From wood to geothermal, we have the environmentally friendly products to meet your needs!
“My whole business revolves around doing the right things for the environment, I want to set an example.” - Roy Mejlde
GeothermalGeothermal heating and cooling systems tap into the Earth’s surface to use thermal energy found underground, or in a pond or well water. These systems are able to maintain very high efficiencies on even the coldest winter nights or the hottest summer days, to save energy and money. There are many different options and we will perform an on-site evaluation, at no cost, to determine the best geothermal system for your home.
Call us today at 608-356-7268 to set up your free estimate!
WoodThey’ve solved the problem of bad wood burning through new technologies and proper engineering. The emission levels are over 50 times cleaner than what they used to be, so the air coming out of the stack is almost completely clean heat and water vapor. Newer units are over twice as efficient as older units thanks to that same technology.
When trees mature, die, fall in the forest and decompose, the same amount of carbon is emitted as would be released if they were burned for heat. This cycle can be repeated forever without increasing atmospheric carbon. A healthy forest is not a museum, but a living community of plants and animals. When trees are used for energy, a part of the forests carbon bank is diverted from the natural decay and forest cycle into our homes to heat them. When we heat with wood, we are simply tapping into the natural carbon cycle in which CO2 flows from the atmosphere to the forest and back.