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Need a Heat Pump Installed? It's Gotta be Reliable.

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Straight forward pricing • 100% satisfaction guarantee • No extra charges for after-hour service

Service overview

  • Free in-home estimates

  • 10-year warranty

  • Installation price: Starting at $3,995

  • Average time to complete: Half a day

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What's included

  • Multiple system options

  • New, high-efficiency heat pump

  • 1-year labor warranty

  • 10-year manufacturer warranty

  • Flexible financing


Cost of a heat pump installation in Atlanta

  • Low: $3,895

  • Average: $5,999

  • High: $15,000

How your heat pump installation works

1) Schedule your free consultation

Contact us online or call us at 770.594.9969 to schedule your appointment. We'll call you to confirm your time and send you a confirmation email with a picture of your tech, so you know who's coming to your door.

2) Get your heat pump installed

We'll come to your home (for free) and do a load calculation, a complex process that measures how much heating or cooling your home needs. This makes sure you get a heat pump that perfectly fits your home. Then, we'll give you multiple system options with straightforward pricing for each.

On the day of the install, your installation team will:

  1. Wear shoe covers and lay down drop cloths to protect your home.
  2. Install your new heat pump (most likely in half a day).
  3. Leave your home spotless. If we dirty it, we'll clean it.

3) Tell us how we did

Installing your heat pump is only half the job. If you're not happy with our service, let us know in our follow-up survey. We'll make it right.

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Signs you need a new heat pump

It's time to start thinking about a new heat pump if your unit is 15+ years old or you start seeing any of the age-related signs below:

  • A home that's too hot/cold. If your heat pump struggles to keep your home comfortable, it's likely either the wrong size or approaching the end of its life. Either way, you're usually better off replacing your existing unit with a new, efficient one.
  • Frequent repairs. This is a sign that your heat pump is on its way out. Repair costs add up quickly, so it's often more cost-effective in the long run to invest in a new unit.
  • Higher electric bills. If this is the case, your heat pump is most likely losing efficiency. As your heat pump gets older, internal components suffer more wear and tear. This means your heat pump has to work harder to heat or cool your home, driving up your energy bills.
  • Expired warranty. This means your heat pump's manufacturer won't cover anything if a part breaks, which will eventually happen on an older unit. So you're stuck footing the bill for any repairs.

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