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Armstrong Heat Pump Price List

This Armstrong heat pump price list gives complete pricing with the features and efficiency of each model. The list makes it easy to compare Armstrong heat pump models to one another and to those of other brands you may be considering.

For more details on individual models, see our heat pump reviews. If you’re putting together a complete system, our HVAC reviews of furnaces from Armstrong, Trane, Carrier, Lennox, Heil, Rheem and other brands will be of help.

Armstrong Heat Pump Prices

There are 5 different heat pump models from Armstrong. They range in efficiency from 18 SEER Energy Star models to basic 13 SEER heat pumps. The 18 and 16 SEER models are 2-stage heat pumps; the rest are single-stage models.

Armstrong Ultra 18 SEER Heat Pump, 9.2 HSPF, Energy Star, 2-stage

2 ton Armstrong 418LT heat pump: $2,359

3 ton Armstrong 418LT heat pump: $2,769

4 ton Armstrong 418LT heat pump: $3,149

5 ton Armstrong 418LT heat pump: $3,559

Armstrong Ultra 16 SEER Heat Pump, 8.5 HSPF, Energy Star, 2-stage

2 ton Armstrong 416LT heat pump: $1,889

3 ton Armstrong 416LT heat pump: $2,359

4 ton Armstrong 416LT heat pump: $2,779

5 ton Armstrong 416LT heat pump: $3,169

Armstrong Premium 14.5 SEER Heat Pump, 8.5 HSPF, Energy Star, Single-stage

2 ton Armstrong 414LE heat pump: $1,669

3 ton Armstrong 414LE heat pump: $1,879

4 ton Armstrong 414LEheat pump: $2,119

5 ton Armstrong 414LE heat pump: $2,359

Armstrong Standard 13 Heat Pump, 15 SEER, 8.0 HSPF, Single-stage

2 ton Armstrong 413LE heat pump: $1,729

3 ton Armstrong 413LE heat pump: $1,899

4 ton Armstrong 413LE heat pump: $2,169

5 ton Armstrong 413LE heat pump: $2,489

Armstrong Base Heat Pump, 13 SEER, Single-stage

2 ton Armstrong 413LB heat pump: $1,189

3 ton Armstrong 413LB heat pump: $1,449

4 ton Armstrong 413LB heat pump: $1,679

5 ton Armstrong 413LB heat pump: $1,849

Which Armstrong Heat Pump is Right For You?

It might make sense to start with your climate. The warmer summers are, the higher the SEER rating of your AC should be. Or, if you’re looking for green technology for your home, the 18 and 16 SEER models are very good choices. Where summers are mild, spending less for a 13-15 SEER model might be a cost-effective decision since the AC won’t be running as heavily as it would in a warm/hot climate. These less efficient models are also a good choice for part-time locations like cottages because of their low cost.

This Armstrong Heat Pump price list will help you compare prices and models to determine the best choice your heating and cooling needs.

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