Affordable Heat Pump Installation & Upgrades

Experience year-round comfort and energy efficiency with a state-of-the-art heat pump installation from Modern Comfort. Unlike traditional heating systems, heat pumps transfer hot air, providing a more efficient solution for your MD and PD home.

Trust Modern Comfort for superior installations, bringing you comfort and cost savings. Our heat pumps.  Elevate your heating and cooling experience with our premium heat pump solutions.

Common Heat Pump Brands We Install:

  • Mitsubishi
  • Fujitsu
  • Rheem
  • Bosch
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Heat Pump Upgrades & Replacement

Advantages of Upgrading Your Heating System:

  1. Enhanced Energy Efficiency: Modern heating systems offer substantial savings on winter utility bills, providing both warmth and economic sensibility.
  2. Superior Comfort: Newer models feature improved air quality, humidity control, and quieter operation, creating a haven of comfort during the coldest winter days.
  3. Escape Constant Repairs: Invest in a new system to break free from ongoing disruptions and unexpected repair expenses, ensuring uninterrupted winter comfort.
  4. Eco-Friendliness: Embrace eco-friendly refrigerants in modern heating systems, aligning your pursuit of warmth with a commitment to environmental sustainability.
  5. Smart Home Integration: Seamlessly integrate your heating system into your smart home for convenient temperature control, embracing the future of cozy winter living.
Heat Pump Installation and Upgrade

Heat Pump Replacement Costs

How Much Does Heat Pump New Installation Cost?

Heat pump replacement typically ranges from $2,500 to $10,000, averaging around $5,500 for homeowners. Costs may escalate, reaching up to $30,000, especially without existing ductwork or when opting for geothermal or solar-powered models.

Despite the initial investment, heat pumps, especially geothermal and solar options, offer exceptional efficiency, leading to reduced monthly energy expenses. Unlike traditional furnaces, heat pumps utilize natural sources like air, soil, sun, or water for heating.

Additionally, heat pumps can provide cooling during the summer by transferring heat outdoors, effectively replacing the need for separate air conditioning and furnace systems. The overall installation cost depends on factors such as heat pump type, home size, unit brand, and required labor.

Outdoor Heat Pump

What To Look For When Installing A New Heat Pump?

Essential Questions for Your Heat Pump Installation:

  1. Is a Heat Pump Suitable for My Needs? Ensure a heat pump aligns with your lifestyle, home setup, and expectations. If not ideal, seek alternatives.
  2. Which Heat Pump Type is Best for My Home? Determine the most suitable heat pump type, considering factors like low-temperature air-to-water or ground-source models.
  3. Is My System High or Low Temperature? Identify whether your current system operates at high or low temperatures, crucial for selecting the right heat pump for efficiency.
  4. What Influences Installation Costs? Understand the variables affecting installation costs, such as size, necessary renovations, material quality, and installer expertise.
  5. Are Additional Works Needed for Efficiency? Inquire about any building works required for maximum efficiency, including insulation enhancements and energy efficiency surveys.
  6. Can a Heat Pump Cool My House? Confirm the cooling capabilities of your heat pump, considering the type and additional emitters required for cooling functionalities.
  7. What Heat Pump Capacity Do I Need? Determine the appropriate heat pump capacity based on factors like square footage, outdoor and indoor temperatures, heat loss, property age, and room specifics.

Heat Pump Installation & Upgrade FAQs