Enertran Technologies Inc.
5 Commerce Road
Attn: General Inquiries / Renseignements généraux
Enertran™ has been manufacturing ground source (geothermal) heat pumps since 1977 and many of its 25-30 year old units are still running. The Company is family owned, the current owners purchased the Company in 2003. Enertran™ heat pumps are designed for the Canadian winter and manufactured in Orangeville, Ontario with approximately 96% of all parts being sourced in North America. Sales are direct to competent installers and the Company endeavours to provide technical back up (both verbal and written) to both installers and home owners.
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