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How long does it typically take to install a ground-source (geothermal) heat pump? (assuming the existing ductwork is usable and the excavation conditions are standard)

One day
15%
Two days
21%
Three days
21%
Four days
9%
Five days
3%
One week or longer
12%
Not sure
15%
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Question: How long does it typically take to install a ground-source (geothermal) heat pump? (assuming the existing ductwork is usable and the excavation conditions are standard)
Top Answer (21% of 32 votes): Three days.

Answer: One day
Explanation: We don't have Geo's here in Phoenix our ground doesn't have enough moister in it.
Arizona's Best Heating & AC, Inc.
Answer: One week or longer
Explanation: Geo-fields need to be dug out with a backhoe and geo-loops installed. Geo-fields will need to be back filled and landscaping replaced.
Barwick Heating & Cooling
Answer: Four days
Explanation: this is not a simple answer
ECS Inc
ProMatcher
Answer: Two days
Explanation: It usually takes one day to do the loop piping and another day to do the system install.
Dr Heat & Cool Comfort Experts
Answer: Three days
Explanation: So many different factors are involved in this type of install. Time can very a lot.
Kohler Heating and Air Conditioning
Answer: Two days
Explanation: still gotta set up water side and air side
Foothills Comfort Specialists Heating & Air LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: One week or longer
Explanation: long time
H.O. Electric
Answer: One week or longer
Explanation: time
Climate Creations LLC
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