Daikin Heat Pump Price List

Daikin is a worldwide HVAC brand that until 2012 did not have a large share of the North American standard split system market. In that year, the company bought the Goodman/Amana brands.

While keeping both Amana and Goodman brands, Daikin also branded the Amana models with Daikin badges. In other words, Daikin split system heat pumps are the same as the Amana heat pumps.

This Daikin heat pump price list is a reference you can use to compare prices and features with all the top brands including Trane, Lennox, Carrier, Heil and Maytag.

Daikin Heat Pump Prices

Here are all of the models, a summary of the features for each and their prices.  SEER (seasonal energy efficiency rating) is the cooling efficiency; HSPF (Heating season performance factor) is the heating efficiency.

Like gas mileage, the higher the number, the more efficiently the unit uses electricity to circulate refrigerant and pump heat from inside out or outside in.

Note: The HVAC industry is moving away from listing ACs and heat pumps by “tons,” using BTUs instead. As you research HVAC reviews here, keep this in mind:

  • 1.5 tons = approx. 18,000 BTU/h
  • 2 tons = approx. 24,000 BTU/h
  • 2.5 tons = approx. 30,000 BTU/h
  • 3 tons = approx. 36,000 BTU/h
  • 3.5 tons = approx. 42,000 BTU/h
  • 4 tons = approx. 48,000 BTU/h
  • 4.5 tons = approx. 54,000 BTU/h
  • 5 tons = approx. 60,000 BTU/h

This nomenclature chart explains the coding for each model such as DZ20VC:

  • Letter 1: D = Daikin
  • Letter 2: Z = heat pump (vs. AC)
  • Number: SEER rating (See model for exact SEER)
  • Letter 3: S = single-stage, T = 2-stage, V = Variable speed compressor
  • Letter 4: Feature set where A = Base, C = ComfortNet 4-wire ready, D = Deluxe, N = Nominal

Daikin DZ20VC Heat Pump Price List

  • Up to 21 SEER; 10 HSPF
  • Variable-speed compressor

24,000 BTU Daikin DZ20VC heat pump: $3,000

36,000 000 BTU Daikin DZ20VC heat pump: $3,375

48,000 000 BTU Daikin DZ20VC heat pump: $3,650

54,000 000 BTU Daikin DZ20VC heat pump: $4,000

 

Daikin DZ18VC Heat Pump Price List

  • Up to 19 SEER; 10 HSPF
  • Variable-speed compressor

24,000 BTU Daikin DZ18VCheat pump: $2,750

36,000 BTU Daikin DZ18VCheat pump: $3,100

48,000 BTU Daikin DZ18VCheat pump: $3,475

54,000 BTU Daikin DZ18VCheat pump: $3,750

 

Daikin DZ18TC Heat Pump Price List

  • Up to 18 SEER; 9.5 HSPF
  • Two-stage compressor

36,000 BTU Daikin DZ18TC heat pump: $2,675

48,000 BTU Daikin DZ18TC heat pump: $2,900

56,000 BTU Daikin DZ18TC heat pump: $3,225

 

Daikin DZ16TC Heat Pump Price List

  • Up to 16 SEER; 9.75 HSPF
  • Two-stage compressor

24,000 BTU Daikin DZ16TC heat pump: $2,000

36,000 BTU Daikin DZ16TC heat pump: $2,350

48,000 BTU Daikin DZ16TC heat pump: $2,725

56,000 BTU Daikin DZ16TC heat pump: $3,150

 

Daikin DZ16SA Heat Pump Price List

  • Up to 16 SEER; 9.5 HSPF
  • Single-stage compressor

24,000 BTU Daikin DZ16SA heat pump: $1,700

36,000 BTU Daikin DZ16SA heat pump: $2,150

48,000 BTU Daikin DZ16SA heat pump: $2,475

56,000 BTU Daikin DZ16SA heat pump: $2,800

 

Daikin DZ14SA Heat Pump Price List

  • Up to 15 SEER; 9.0 HSPF
  • Single-stage compressor

18,000 BTU Daikin DZ14SA heat pump: $1,175

24,000 BTU Daikin DZ14SA heat pump: $1,300

36,000 BTU Daikin DZ14SA heat pump: $1,400

48,000 BTU Daikin DZ14SA heat pump: $1,600

56,000 BTU Daikin DZ14SA heat pump: $1,875

 

Daikin DZ14SN Heat Pump Price List

  • Up to 15 SEER; 9.0 HSPF
  • Single-stage compressor

18,000 BTU Daikin DZ14SNheat pump: $1,100

24,000 BTU Daikin DZ14SNheat pump: $1,250

36,000 BTU Daikin DZ14SNheat pump: $1,325

48,000 BTU Daikin DZ14SNheat pump: $1,550

56,000 BTU Daikin DZ14SNheat pump: $1,800

Choosing your Next Heat Pump

You’ve got excellent options with Daikin because they are dual fuel compatible. This means that they can be used in a split system with a gas furnace. The heat pump will do the heating when outdoor temperatures are above freezing; the system will switch to the furnace during freezing temps.

In moderate climates like those along the Pacific coast and in mountainous areas in warm states, a heat pump in the 14-16 SEER range can be a cost-effective choice. Where summers are hot, it makes sense to choose an 18+ SEER heat pump to handle the air conditioning load.

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