The cost of heat pumps depends on their type (air-to-air, geothermal, etc.), size, brand, and installation complexity. Heat pumps with geothermal energy are generally more expensive than heat pumps with air-to-air energy because underground piping is required. It is possible to save significantly on upfront costs by taking advantage of rebates and incentives that are available in many regions. With the purchase of a heat pump, you may qualify for government rebates that can save you as much as $10,600. Energy-efficient solutions and greenhouse gas emissions reduction are frequently promoted by government and utility companies through these incentives. Rebates have made heat pumps more affordable and attractive due to the fact that they can offset the initial investment by thousands of dollars. Identifying potential savings in your area requires research on local and federal rebates or consulting with an energy advisor.

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