Heat pumps can vary widely in cost depending on their type (air-to-air, geothermal, etc.), size, brand, and installation complexity. Due to the need for underground piping systems, geothermal heat pumps are usually more expensive than air-to-air heat pumps. Heat pump rebates and incentives are available in many regions, reducing upfront costs significantly. You can save up to $10,600 with the help of government rebates with the purchase of a heat pump. Governments and utility companies frequently provide these incentives to promote energy-efficient solutions and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Heat pumps have become more affordable and attractive due to rebates that 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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