Residential Heat Pump Installation

EcoHeat New York is experienced in quoting, designing, and installing the perfect heat pump system for your home. Whether we're retrofitting an old New York farmhouse or putting the latest technology in your renovation/new construction, you can trust us to help you make the right choice for your residential mini split installation.

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“Comforts of Home”
Has Never Been More True

EcoHeat New York is a certified New York HVAC and heat pump installer. We get to know our customers so we can understand your need, then we design and quote a system that best accomplishes your goals. Whether you want a full alternative heating/cooling solution, or if you're looking to partially off-set your current energy expenses, you can trust our team of professionals to deliver exactly what you need.

Here’s how EcoHeat New York Can Help:


A renovation is the perfect time to make upgrades to your home's heating and cooling system. We have years of experience working alongside crews and in construction areas, and our fast installation process means we can learn the scope of the project, quote it accurately, and quickly integrate the system into your home with little to no interruption in the renovation process.

New Construction

More and more New York home builders are turning to heat pumps as the new home's primary heating and cooling source, and for good reason. Today's powerful and highly-efficient compressors can easily keep even large homes at a comfortable temperature year-round. EcoHeat New York is experienced in working with new construction projects and planning/installing systems to seamlessly integrate with your new home so that you can be cozy and comfortable from the day you move in.

Retro Fit

Our team members at EcoHeat New York are masters at walking into an existing home, designing a system for maximum efficiency and comfort, and then installing that system with extremely minimal interruption to your day-to-day life. Care and consideration of unit placement goes into every quote, and our installation process is fast, easy, and leaves no mess... so you can start enjoying the comfort of your new heat pump system right away.

Home Heat Pump Installation FAQs

  • Q: How much will my electric bill go up with a heat pump?
  • While cold temperatures and increased electricity prices are driving higher electric bills for heat pump users, rising fuel costs are also driving higher heating bills for oil and propane users. Using prices from the Governor’s Energy Office, our Cost of Heating Calculator shows that heat pumps still save $913/year compared to oil and $2,128/year compared to propane. So while a significant increase to your electric bill would be expected, this is easily offset (and more) by the recognized savings on your propane bill and eliminating the need for multiple air conditioning units in the summer.
  • Q: Can I turn off my heat pump and compressor in colder temperatures to save money?
  • Our professional recommendation us to always leave your system on. Our modeling shows that heat pumps cost less to run than oil at any temperature above negative 1F, and less than propane at any temperature above negative 11F. Even if a customer did switch to oil or propane precisely at these temperatures, failure to switch back exactly when temperatures recover runs the risk of increasing costs. This is why we recommend using your heat pump all winter.
  • Q: What size system do I need?
  • The size of your heat pump system is directly informed by your energy needs and the structure that it is servicing. Depending on the layout of the home or office and how much of your heating/cooling that you are looking to offset, we can quote a variety of system sizes and installation options that help you optimize your energy usage and get the most bang for your buck.
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