RETROFITTING A HEAT PUMP
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Can I retrofit a heat pump into my existing system?
House Retrofit with Heat Pump in Toronto
Yes, we can retrofit a heat pump into virtually any house. This heat pump retrofit in Toronto was done on the front porch. The coil was installed in the ductwork above the furnace. Both the heat pump and the coil are connected by the refrigerant lines. The thermostat was upgraded to a model that could control the heat pump.
The heat pump was installed on a snow stand to keep it above possible snow levels in winter time. The neutral grey colour of the heat pump blends perfectly into the house exterior.
Due to space constrain around many houses in Toronto heat pump shown in this picture is the best heat pump model for the city. Quite often it saves heat pump installation that otherwise would be impossible.
Toronto House Heat Pump Retrofit That Needed Landscaping Change
This heat pump would block the window if installed directly on the unprepared soil. A foot of soil had to be removed to lower the heat pump level.
Again, in the end it was possible to perfectly fit the outdoor unit into the available space and complete this Toronto heat pump retrofit.
This type of heat pump outdoor unit is called side discharge type.
Retrofitting a heat pump into an existing central air system is a cost effective way to upgrade the existing central HVAC system. Depending on the desired features of the new heat pump and the complexity of the entire heat pump retrofit costs can be between $7,000 and $20,000. This is before the taxes and grants and rebates.
Another Example of Fitting a Heat Pump Retrofit into a Challenging Landscape
This Lennox heat pump had to be installed on a sloping side of the house. To level the outside unit, a pedestal had to be assembled.