Amana is a high-end HVAC company and the Amana ASZC18 18 SEER heat pump is its top-of-the-line. This unit is efficient, reliable, and comes with an unbeatable warranty. It is a bit more expensive than some other comparable heat pumps, but no other units on the market today comes with the reliability and warranty of an Amana. HVAC costs vary according to the cost of living in your area, local competition, and seasons. Be sure to get several written estimates before committing to an installation company. Below is more information about the features of this model.
Efficiency Level: 18 SEER air conditioning; 9.5 HSPF heating (Energy Star qualified)
Compressor: Reliable two-stage Copeland UltraTech scroll compressor for balanced, quiet performance
R-410 Refrigerant: Yes (eco-friendly)
Equipment Features: Compressor blanket and other noise reduction accessories, pressure switches and filter dryer provide for better compressor longevity, ComfortNet communications available as an option for better system control and monitoring
Warranty: Amana offers one of the best warranties in the industry. Every unit comes with a 10-year limited warranty on parts and a lifetime limited warranty on the heat exchanger. This warranty is for the original owner and is not transferable. Amana does not honor this warranty on any equipment purchased online or over the phone unless the seller installs the unit.
Amana ASZC18 18 SEER Heat Pump Costs:
- 3-ton/36,000 Btu Amana ASZC18 heat pump: $2,699
- 4-ton/48,000 Btu Amana ASZC18 heat pump: $2,999
- 5-ton/60,000 Btu Amana ASZC18 heat pump: $3,529
- 3-ton/36,000 Btu Amana ASZC18 heat pump with air handler: $4,259
- 4-ton/48,000 Btu Amana ASZC18 heat pump with air handler: $4,599
Amana ASZC18 18 SEER Heat Pump Installation Costs:
- Heat pump only: $600-$1,200
- Heat pump plus air handler or gas furnace: 1,400-$2,600
Average Installed Costs:
- 3-ton/36,000 Btu Amana ASZC18 heat pump installed: $3,600
- 3-ton/36,000 Btu Amana ASZC18 heat pump with air handler installed: $6,700
Protect your Investment: We recommend choosing an experienced, quality HVAC technician to install your unit. The unit will only work as well as it is installed, and a poor installation will mean higher energy bills for you and a shorter life for your unit. A good HVAC technician will have the know-how to install the unit and ability to calibrate it to your home’s specific needs so you’re getting the most for your money. If installed correctly and maintained annually, this model will keep your utility bills down with reliable service for 20 years or more.