Why you should switch to air source heat pumps today

  • Air source heat pumps can help you save on heating and cooling bills

  • This technology is one of the most efficient ways to heat and cool your home

  • There are rebates available in Massachusetts to help lower the upfront costs of installation

  • Installing air source heat pumps can help decrease greenhouse gas emissions, reducing your carbon footprint

  • Air source heat pumps can help make your home comfortable through frigid winters and humid summers


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How much does it cost to install air source heat pumps?

The cost of an air source heat pump installation depends on the size of your system, quality of your equipment, the complexity of your installation, whether you install a ducted or ductless technology, and any additional services or upgrades you require.

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One of the primary drivers of cost in an air source heat pump installation is the type of technology you choose to install: ducted or ductless.

As far as central, ducted air source heat pump systems go, most installations cost in the range of $12,000 to $20,000. However, if you do not have existing ductwork in your home, adding it will increase the overall cost of your installation.

With mini-split installations, pricing is variable but highly dependent on the number of indoor units required. According to data provided by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (Mass CEC), the average cost of mini-split systems installed in 2017 typically ranged from $5,000 to $12,000. As a general rule of thumb, you can expect to pay roughly $3,500 to $5,000 for each indoor unit.

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Why do you need a site visit for a quote?

When it comes to installing air source heat pumps, there is no "one size fits all" solution; the requirements of your installation (and therefore, costs) are going to depend on the specifics of your home. To get an accurate proposal, we advise having a professional contractor visit your home.