Heat pump price lists on WebHVAC.com include every model each brand makes along with complete pricing and performance information. The energy efficiency ratings for the heat pump – SEER for cooling and HSPF for heating – are also included along with whether the unit is modulating, 2-stage or single-stage. The goal is to give you the information you need to decide if the heat pump is worth the price. It’s a quick and easy way to narrow your choices from the dozens of heat pump series that are available.

Heat Pump Performance

Modulating heat pumps produce heating and cooling between about 40% and 100% capacity based on the demands of the moment. The result is precisely balanced temperatures, quiet operation, the best dehumidification during cooling and the most thorough air filtration. Two-stage models run at low capacity – about 65% — most of the time. The longer, quieter cycles heat and cool more gently than a single-stage heat pump, which will run at full capacity all the time and possibly produce noticeable temperature fluctuations between cycles.

As you would guess, modulating heat pumps are the most expensive while single-stage models are the most affordable. Only a handful of brands make modulating models currently, but expect more to follow in the next few years.

Heat Pump Costs

We include complete pricing because cost is an important factor for most homeowners considering their heat pump purchase. We include prices in the individual heat pump reviews too, so you’ve got all the important information in front of you as you evaluate each brand and model.  For a specific brand please see our below listing of prices by brand:

Comparing Cost and Performance in Heat Pump Brands and Models

With a glance at the heat pump price lists for various brands, you can quickly see, for example, how the Lennox Signature Series heat pumps compare with the Lennox Elite and Merit Series models. Most brands makes a lineup of heat pumps with 3 tiers of quality so you can choose higher performance and efficiency or lower cost.

In addition, using multiple heat pump price lists is a convenient way to compare one brand’s series with another. Find out how the top of the line American Standard Platinum heat pumps stack up against other top lines like the Carrier Infinity, Heil DXT+, Rheem Prestige, Maytag 1200 and more. See heat pump price lists for Amana, American Standard, Bryant, Carrier, Coleman, Ducane, Goodman, Heil, Lennox, Payne, Rheem, Ruud, Trane and York.

Heat Pumps vs. Air Conditioners

If you’re putting together an entire split system, you may be considering either a heat pump with an air handler or gas furnace versus a central air conditioner and furnace. See a long list of air conditioner price lists as well as oil and gas furnace price lists for cost, performance and efficiency levels for all major HVAC components.

Find the Right Brand and Model Heat Pump

Our heat pump price lists will help you narrow your search to the brands and models you want to learn more about. With the overviews provided, the heat pumps that offer the combination of price, performance and efficiency are easy to spot. Then see our HVAV reviews for more details on your favorite models. Our goal with all our HVAC price lists is to give you information you need to make the best decision on your next heating and cooling system.


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