The Bryant Evolution Model 289B 19 SEER heat pump is designed to help you bring home energy costs under control. With energy prices remaining high as well as volatile, more savvy consumers are looking for ways to reduce their energy consumption. Many also want to reduce their impact on the environment with Energy Star products. That’s what makes this energy-miser so attractive to a wide array of homeowners. It will reduce heating and cooling costs in most homes by up to 50% while significantly reducing the production of greenhouse gases. With a 2-stage compressor and enhanced dehumidification in the summer months, it also offers a very comfortable indoor climate for any home. In this HVAC costs post we’ll start with the top features of the Bryant Evolution Model 289B heat pump and then provide equipment and installation costs you can expect if you choose this product. Here is a summary of the top features:
Efficiency Level: 19.0 SEER air conditioning; 9.5 HSPF heating. Energy Star qualified.
Compressor: Durable 2-stage compressor works best with a variable-speed air handler.
R-410 Refrigerant: Yes – Puron is the Bryant brand name for R-410A
Warranty: 10-year limited warranty on the compressor and parts, the industry average.
Equipment Features: Aero-Quiet System II reduces operating noise to just 66 decibels, the lowest in the industry. Short-cycle protection and pressure switches all protect the unit from unsafe operation. Thermal overload switch prevents overheating. DuraGuard Plus design offers stability and protection against debris and impact.
Bryant Evolution Model 289B 19 SEER Heat Pump Cost Overview
The specific heat pump costs you’ll encounter will be affected by many factors. The cost of living where you reside will produce higher or lower costs compared with other areas. The relative complexity of the installation at your home will also be a factor since contractors base their estimates in part by the time and/or materials required. The time of year will also affect HVAC costs. When heating and air conditioning companies are the busiest – in the peak months of summer or winter, they won’t be in a position to offer discounts and deals. They typically offer more competitive bids when less busy in order to keep business coming in. Regardless of when you have the work done, one of the best ways to save money is to get multiple estimates from contractors who know they are competing for the work.
Bryant Evolution Model 289B 19 SEER Heat Pump Costs
2 ton Bryant Evolution Model 289B 19 SEER heat pump: $2,899
3 ton Bryant Evolution Model 289B 19 SEER heat pump: $3,299
4 ton Bryant Evolution Model 289B 19 SEER heat pump: $3,589
3 ton Bryant Evolution Model 289B 19 SEER heat pump with air handler: $4,899
4 ton Bryant Evolution Model 289B 19 SEER heat pump with air handler: $6,099
Bryant Evolution Model 289B 19 SEER Heat Pump Installation Costs
Heat pump only: $700-$1,200
Heat pump plus air handler or gas furnace: 1,400-$2,500
Average Installed Costs
3 ton Bryant Evolution Model 289B 19 SEER heat pump installed: $4,200
3 ton Bryant Evolution Model 289B 19 SEER heat pump with air handler installed: $7,000
Getting the Most from your Bryant Evolution Model 289B
The quality of your heat pump or split system is partially dependent on the quality of the installation. A poor installation job can reduce the efficiency of the heat pump and lead to premature mechanical problems and expensive repairs. It takes a skilled technician to install, adjust and coordinate system components so that they have the highest efficiency and the greatest durability possible. That’s why it makes sense to hire a qualified contractor for the work. The system will give you the efficiency, performance and reliability you expect from the top of the line Bryant Evolution Model 289B heat pump.