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Heat pumps use electricity to move heat through pipes in order to transfer heat from outside air into your home. They’re typically used for heating and cooling purposes, but they also provide hot water.
Select your home size.
There are two main types of heat pumps: ground source heat pumps and air source heat pumps. Ground source heat pumps work by transferring heat from the earth’s core to the surface where it is then transferred to your home. Air source heat pumps work by using the air inside your home as a medium to transfer heat.
Choose from three different options.
You can choose between a standard electric heat pump, a gas heat pump, or a geothermal heat pump. Each type has its own pros and cons. Electric heat pumps are typically more expensive than other types, but they also provide better efficiency. Gas heat pumps are less expensive than electric heat pumps, but they aren’t as efficient. Geothermal heat pumps are the least expensive option, but they require a lot of maintenance.
Enter the number of bedrooms in your home and the square footage of each room. Then enter the average temperature of your home during the winter months (in degrees Fahrenheit) and the average temperature of your summer months (in degrees Fahrenheit). Finally, select the type of heat pump you would like to install.
Calculate how much it will cost to install a new heat pump.
You can use our free calculator to find out how much money you need to spend to install a new heatpump. Just enter the number of bedrooms in the home and the square footage for each bedroom. Then enter the average temperatures of your home during the coldest month and the hottest month. Finally, choose the type of heat pump that you would like to install and click “Calculate.”