A heat pump system is one of the most energy-efficient ways to keep your home warm in the winter months — especially if you use electricity to heat your home. A heat pump is an all-in-one, energy-efficient cooling and heating system. It provides up to three ties more heating than the equivalent amount of energy it consumes in electricity.Thinking about replacing your heating system? According to HomeAdvisor, most homeowners nationwide spend between $3,949 and $6,705 on heat pump installation. Of course, this number will vary depending on the size of your house and the type of heat pump you invest in.For example, geothermal heat pumps require underground installation, which means higher upfront costs. Here are a few more points to take into consideration when pricing a new heat pump system:
- Heat pump type, brand and capacity
- Post-installation cleanup costs
- Fittings, hardware and pipes
- Fees for additional special equipment
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