Heat Pump Installation & Replacement Service Garner, NC
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Wondering What New Heat Pump Installation Costs are in NC?

Get the Reliable, High-Quality Heat Pump Experts You Deserve at a Reasonable Price

We offer a full line of installation, maintenance & repair that your home heat pump may require, no matter the problem or time of year it is. You can count on the trusted HVAC professionals at AnyDay Heating & Cooling for:

  • Expert advice from professionally licensed & certified technicians
  • Upfront pricing – you’ll never pay more than what’s quoted
  • Customer commitment & satisifaction guarantee on any work we do
  • Ask about our Same Day Service availability
  • Trusted by over 914+ reviewers in your NC area
  • We Offer Free In-Home Estimates on Installations

AnyDay Heating & Cooling is Proudly & Professionally Servicing All of North Carolina.

How Much Does a New Heat Pump Install Cost in NC?

A heat pump is quite different than your standard furnace or boiler in that it can heat as well cool your North Carolina home. Several factors can determine how much a new heat pump install will cost, but the type of heat pump you get has the largest impact. Our expert HVAC technicians at AnyDay Heating & Cooling will help you narrow down the best heat pump installation for your North Carolina home. The 4 main types of new heat pump installs available are:

  • Air-Source Heat Pump Installation & Replacement
    Typically the most common heat pump to install, air-to-air heat pumps absorb heat directly from the outside air & moves it inside to heat your North Carolina home. Air source heat pumps can be installed into ductless or ducted systems and are more fuel-efficient than a furnace or boiler as they lack any combustable components by using electricity to power them.
  • Geothermal Heat Pump Installation & Replacement
    Ground source heat pump installations require natural heat from the earth to warm or cool your North Carolina home. Piping is laid under your home that is then filled with water which is circulated by the heat pump. The water is then heated in the winter (or cooled in the summer) by the earth under your home, which stays at 50 degrees year round. The warmed or cooled water is circulated to the surface to your heat pump which in turn heats the air and is blown into your home.
  • Water Source Heat Pump Installation & Replacement
    Water-to-air systems require access to a well or body of water nearby in order to work. They function similarily to air source heat pumps with the exception that it uses a pipe system surrounded by water to extract & dissipate heat rather than through the air.
  • Mini-Split Heat Pump Installation & Replacement
    Another common application of a new heat pump install is with a ductless heating & cooling system. Mini-split systems can function on their own or they can supplement an exisiting HVAC system such as a furnace or boiler.

No matter the problem, our North Carolina heat pump installation technicians will determine your heating & cooling needs & finances before any work is done so you know exactly what solution is best & affordable for your new heat pump installation.

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Our Service Area

  • — Apex
  • — Cary
  • — Clayton
  • — Durham
  • — Fuquay-Varina
  • — Holly Springs
  • — Knightdale
  • — Morrisville
  • — Raleigh
  • — Wake Forest
  • — Garner
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