Cost of heat pump

Central air conditioners provide conditional air conditioning at about a quarter of the cost of a heat pump. They can be used to provide heat in the house as well as to cool the house and to control humidity. The total installation cost of a heat pump depends on several key factors. It will save you money if you only want to install heat pumps to heat a few areas of your home.

The cost of installing a heat pump depends on the type of pump. Also, the heat pump can be of different sizes depending on the size of your home. The costs of different sized heat pumps are also different. In this article, we will discuss the cost of different sizes and types of heat pumps. Read the article to get a complete idea about the heat pump system cost.

Heat Pumps Cost by Type

There are currently three types of heat pumps to keep the house warm and cool. Below we will discuss the cost of a heat pump.

 

Air Source Heat Pump

Air-source heat pumps are the most common heat pumps that have indoor air handler units and outdoor heat pumping units. It will cost between $3,625 and $5,200 to install. Also, the total installation cost of a ducted central air source heat pump system is $10,500 to $18,975.

 

Ductless Mini Split Heat Pump

Ductless mini-split heat pumps are an external compact unit. It is set up similar to a regular air-source heat pump inside the air handler. This helps maintain the instability of your home. The cost of installing it ranges from $1,800 to $7,542 for a single home. It is suitable for those homes where no ductwork is installed. It can cost about $10 to install four units in a multi-zone ductless heat pump system with 4 different air handler units.

 

Geothermal Heat Pumps

Geothermal heat pumps are suitable for large homes. This type of heat pump requires a heating and cooling unit that can operate at maximum power in a large home. These heat pumps are the most expensive and can cost up to $22,000 to install. If you are not financially able to install this type of heat pump, you can replace your heat pump.

 

Hybrid heat pumps 

Hybrid heat pumps use a combination of renewable energy and fossil fuels. If the outside temperature is ideal it will manage to keep your home warm and use less energy. You will need to spend around $2,500- $ 10,000 to install this heat pump.

 

Solar-assisted heat pump

A is a solar-assisted heat pump machine. It represents the integration of heat pumps and thermal solar panels into a single integrated system. The solar heat panel of this heat pump performs the function of the low-temperature heat source and the heat produced is used to feed the evaporation of the heat pump. It is currently the most expensive heat pump. It can cost you about $ 18,000 to $39,000 to install.

 

Heat Pump Price by Size

The cost of installing a heat pump depends on its size. If you want to install a heat pump for a large space, it will be more expensive. Here we will discuss the cost of heat pumps of different sizes.

 

2-ton heat pump cost

If your home is 1001-1300 square feet then you need a 2-ton heat pump. A hip pump of 2 tons alone can cost the system $1,100-$1,950. And the total cost of the system including installation can be approx$2,400-$4,050.

 

3-ton heat pump cost

If your home is 1601-1900 square feet then you need to install a 3-ton heat pump. This alone can cost the system around $ 1,385- $ 2,950. However, if you want to calculate the cost of the system, including installation, it can be around $ 2,685- $ 5,050.

 

4-ton heat pump cost

A heat pump of 4 tons 2201-2600 square feet is suitable for the home. The mere installation of a 3-ton heat pump can cost about $ 1,535- $ 3,735. However, it will cost the system about $2,835- $ 5,835 including installation costs.

 

5-ton heat pump cost

If your home is a large 2601-3200 square foot home then you need a 5-ton heat pump. The cost of a 5-ton large heat pump system can be around $ 1,700- $ 4,200. Also, the total cost including installation will be around $ 3,000- 6,300.

 

Heat Pump Installation Costs

 

The cost of installing a heat pump depends on the type of heat pump. However, the average labor cost of installing a heat pump can range from 68 to 150 150 per hour. This would be the most affordable if you had a ductless mini-split heat pump installed. Above we have discussed the cost of three types of heat pumps. 

 

You can calculate the cost of the heat pump you need by calculating the cost of the installation along with the cost of the heat pump. But if you want to remove your old heat pump, your total labor cost will be between $ 1,300 and $ 2,000. These costs often coincide with estimates of new heat pump installation costs.

 

 

The Final Verdict

 

Overall, no matter what type of heat pump you buy. The total cost of a heat pump is borne by its size. If you want to install a heat pump for a big house, you have to spend a lot of money. However, there are many types of heat pumps that can reduce the cost of your big house. Hopefully, our article has given you some idea about these expenses later. Contact us if you want to know more about this

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