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How long does it typically take to install an air-source (air-to-water) heat pump? (when existing pipe system can be used)

Less than one day
23%
One day
50%
Two days
17%
Three days
5%
Not sure
2%
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Question: How long does it typically take to install an air-source (air-to-water) heat pump? (when existing pipe system can be used)
Top Answer (50% of 34 votes): One day.

Answer: One day
Explanation: On new installations, such as this, we bring at a minimum 2-3 man crews. Our crews our highly experienced and don't "milk it". They get the job done in such an efficient manner that does not jeopardize the quality of our work.
Affordable AC of SWFL, Inc
Answer: Less than one day
Explanation: This systems should be in a manufactured and building official approved rooms. Engineered and designed to spec of system, that makes it a time saver for reinstalled systems.
Kair
Answer: Less than one day
Explanation: Same thing if you have enough people one day.
Arizona's Best Heating & AC, Inc.
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Answer: Two days
Explanation: Air-to-water heat pumps are a lot more involved because of the plumbing and purging of the system
Barwick Heating & Cooling
Answer: One day
Explanation: Simple operation
ECS Inc
Answer: One day
Explanation: Based on normal unit
HVAC and More
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Answer: One day
Explanation: equipment is all you change.
Foothills Comfort Specialists Heating & Air LLC
Answer: One day
Explanation: With proper preparation and a competent workforce this should be done in a day
123HVAC of Long Island
Answer: Less than one day
Explanation: with man power
H.O. Electric
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