Is your heat pump not cooling or heating your home well? It may need Freon.
Heat pump problems can be extremely frustrating and expensive. What’s even more frustrating is calling in a professional (and paying them) to solve a problem you could have easily fixed yourself.
Well, the cost to install a heat pump in New Jersey can range anywhere from $4,500 to $14,000, with the average New Jersey homeowner paying $7,800.
Heat pumps are an energy-efficient alternative to gas-fired or electric heating systems for New Jersey’s early spring, fall, and winter months. They work well in New Jersey winters to about 30° or 35° Fahrenheit.