Is it easy to move a HWHP?

Is it easy to move a HWHP?

It depends on the type. A split system would be easier to move than an integrated heat pump. The integrated type is very heavy and may require 2 people to move it. 
If you need to reposition your hot water system to a different site on the property, installation costs could be another $1000 to $2000 depending on the plumbing and electrical work required. 

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