Prices For Heat Pumps
As we know, heat pump helps you by heating your home during the winter. however, it cools your home in the summer. Installing pumps in houses need thorough consideration as it is not cheap and it can only be used in certain areas. for example, these pumps are most appropriate to be used in moderate climate but not halting cold ecosystem. Here, the air-source pumps and geothermal pumps prices are listed so that you can plan your budget for it.
An air-source heat pump that cools and heats a small single room has an installation cost that ranging from $500 to $1 500. As for a whole house with the existence of ductwork, a divided system for air-source pumps cost from around $2 000 to $5 000. This price applies to an average home. In reverse, houses with non-ducting system require installation of ductless mini-divided need an amount of $4 500 to $6 000, depending on the indoor zones.
Installation of dual-fuel air pumps in less moderate climate regions which uses natural gas or propane heater with only a single control system will cost $2 500 to $5 500. observe that this price covers the installation only. For a more complete system, where electric heat pump and fossil-fuel boiler are included, you will have to top up another $3 000 to $5 000.
For a geothermal heat pump, factors like length and thoroughness of the underground pipes, soil conditions and other ground consideration determine the price of this pump. An average completed system costs about $10 000 to $25 000. However, there are more expensive systems obtainable in the market. You can add a two-stage compressor or already a hot water heater to enhance your heating system.