The cost of installing a heat pump doesn’t have to scare you! Heat pumps are pretty useful, and so, the cost is absolutely worth the pay off. In this blog, the team at Robert B. Payne decided we’d fill you in on the costs associated with getting that new heat pump for your home.
The Type of Heat Pump Determines the Installation
First, to determine the cost that may come out of your pocket, you’ll need to figure out which type you need. You can have a heat pump that pulls energy from the air outside or you can have a unit that pulls from underground. Of these two types, air sourced and ground sourced respectively, the one you go with will determine the price.
The average costs of installation, sources state, range from under $5000 up to $7000. If you select an air source heat pump, your cost can be on the lower end. If you select a ground source heat pump, it may be on the more expensive side of that range because the installation involves digging beneath your yard.
Worth the Price
Our staff at Robert B. Payne understands that this isn’t just spare change, but that the cost of replacing your – or installing a new – heat pump seems like a lot. But the fact of the matter is, the price is worth it. Your heat pump is a vital part of your home’s comfort. Contact our qualified technicians for more info: 540-373-5876.