Cost to Top Quality Service a Heat Pump in Seattle for the Right Price

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There are several variables involved when it comes to the cost of installing a heat pump Seattle. One factor that can have a great effect on the cost is the excavation of the ground. For instance, excavating through a concrete slab can be more expensive because of the difficulty associated with the task. Other things to consider are the cost of the heat pump unit, the installation cost, the required materials and supplies plus other fees for special equipment and tools. You also need to add the size of your home to generate a realistic cost for your Seattle heat pump project. If your house is bigger, you will need a high capacity heat pump to cover your whole house. The higher the capacity of a heat pump in Seattle, the higher the cost.

How long does it take to install a heat pump in Seattle?

The process of installing a heat pump may take up to 3 days to be completed. This includes the installation of an outdoor unit and an indoor one in replacement of your old device. If you have a ductless system, it may only take a day while installing a ground source heat pump may take longer.

Is there a possibility to run my heat pump in Seattle automatically?

Yes. Just like other systems in your home, you can have your heat pump be set to work automatically at indicated times. You may coordinate with your installer or heat pump manufacturer for this feature.

Is it possible to run my heat pump for 24 hours in Seattle?

While it is possible, it is not advisable. If your home has enough insulation, it will only take a few hours to achieve your desired temperature.

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The price of a heat pump Seattle may also depend on the unit offered by a manufacturer. Seattle heat pump manufacturers provide low-, mid- and high-quality heat pump units. High-quality heat pumps are guaranteed to provide greater efficiency and thus have a higher price. The price of low-quality heat pumps available today ranges from $200 up to $550. Mid-quality heat pumps are around $700 up to $2800 and high quality heat pumps can be purchased for as low as $900 up to $4,500. However, the price may change if you will include installation. You may spend around $4,900 up to $8,200 for a heat pump installation. This includes the unit, the labor cost, and other materials needed.

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    Advance Plumbing & Heating

    Rating: 62
    SeattleWA  98101
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    A-Kollmar Sheet Metal

    Rating: 90
    941 S Nebraska St. 
    SeattleWA  98108
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    Accu Temp Heating & Cooling Corporation

    Rating: 63
    5959 Fauntleroy Way SW Ste 101. 
    SeattleWA  98136
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    Action Air Systems

    Rating: 61
    4021 S 166th St. 
    SeattleWA  98188
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    Accurate Heating & Electrical LLC

    Rating: 58
    1611 SW Roxbury St. 
    SeattleWA  98106
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    A A A Heating

    Rating: 62
    406 N 127th. 
    SeattleWA  98133