Heat Pump Installation Cost
Replacement Or A Brand New Heat Pump?
Whether you are replacing your current electric hot water system with a heat pump or getting an entirely new one will change the price point, given that you live in NSW or Victoria. If you are a Victorian resident, then replacing your current electric hot water system with a hot water heat pump is entirely free of cost. This is a state government-provided subsidy in order to facilitate and encourage their people to be more energy efficient.
Also, if you live in New South Wales, you can get your electric hot water system replaced with a heat pump for only $33. Again, this is a state government-provided rebate.
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Replacement & Disposal (Without Available Subsidies)
If you don’t qualify for the government rebate, then you might have to pay your installer to get your old system out of the way and disposed of properly. Disposal of hot water systems needs expert hands and supervision because it’s not an easy task. So, a factor that is in while you are calculating how much a heat pump cost to install.
Replacing an old unit with a new one of the same model is also something that some of you might be looking forward to. In that case, it will not be much of a hassle to get that done without relocation of the system. However, if you wish to relocate your heat pump to a different part of the house, that is a cost you must factor in while deciding.