Amana Heat Pumps

Amana heat pumps provide both heating and cooling in a single unit. The company offers a variety of heat pumps, with some of the best warranties in the industry. When choosing a heat pump, consider each unit’s energy efficiency ratings. The seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) illustrates the cooling efficiency, and the heating seasonal performance factor (HSPF) shows the unit’s heating efficiency.

For those who live in mild climates, a heat pump is often more energy efficient than air conditioners and furnaces. Heat pumps use electricity to move warmed air in and out of your home.

 

Types of Amana heat pumps

Amana manufactures seven heat pump models, each with unique features and SEER ratings.

  • AVZC20: up to 21 SEER
  • AVZC18: up to 19 SEER
  • ASZC18: up to 18.5 SEER
  • ASZC16 and ASZ16: up to 16 SEER
  • ASZ14 and ANZ14: up to 15 SEER

Amana also offers a heat pump packaged unit series, which features four models.

  • APH16H: up to 16 SEER and 8.2 HSPF
  • APH16M: up to 16 SEER and 8.2 HSPF
  • APH14M: up to 14 SEER and 8 HSPF
  • APH14H: up to 14 SEER and 8 HSPF
 

Amana heat pump models

 

AVZC20

This Amana heat pump features ComfortBridge technology, which allows it to pair with any Amana gas furnace to create a split system. This heat pump has a SEER rating of up to 21 and an HSPF rating of up to 10. The unit features Comfort Speed Inverter technology, is Energy Star certified and has advanced diagnostics to help prevent failures.

Features:

  • Up to 21 SEER
  • Up to 10 HSPF
  • Compatible with ComfortBridge technology
  • Performs quietly
  • Energy Star qualified
  • Lifetime unit replacement limited warranty
  • 10-year limited parts warranty

Pros:

  • Continuously monitors system performance for optimal indoor comfort
  • Variable-speed compressor
  • Efficient variable-speed ECM condenser fan
  • Sound-control top
  • Galvanized steel enclosure
  • Easy maintenance
  • Environmentally friendly

Cons:

  • More expensive than other models
 

AVZC18

The AVZC18 heat pump features ComfortNet communicating control and a stylish LCD display and comfort-enhancing capabilities. This efficient heat pump has ratings of up to 19 SEER and up to 10 HSPF, and it operates quietly.

Features:

  • Up to 21 SEER
  • Compatible with ComfortNet communicating system
  • Quiet operation
  • Lifetime limited unit replacement warranty
  • 10-year limited parts warranty

Pros:

  • Up to 10 HSPF
  • High-efficiency variable-speed compressor
  • Advanced diagnostics
  • Efficient cooling
  • Sound-control top
  • Efficient variable-speed ECM condenser fan motor
  • Durable design

Cons:

  • Not Energy Star qualified, due to location restrictions
 

ASZC18

This popular model features ComfortBridge technology, which allows you to pair this heat pump with an Amana furnace to create a split unit. With the Copeland ComfortAlert Diagnostics Module, you can monitor the heat pump remotely. This energy-efficient unit also features low noise levels.

Features:

  • Up to 18.5 SEER
  • Up to 10 HSPF
  • Comfort Speed technology
  • ComfortBridge technology
  • Copeland ComfortAlert Diagnostics Module
  • Lifetime limited unit replacement warranty
  • 10-year limited parts warranty

Pros:

  • Energy Star qualified
  • SmartShift technology
  • Sound-control top
  • Galvanized steel enclosure
  • Bi-flow factory-installed liquid line flow drier
  • Operates quietly
  • Suction line and heater band accumulator

Cons:

  • Louder than other models, according to some consumers
 

ASZC16

This efficient heat pump can help you reduce energy costs. The Copeland ComfortAlert Module allows you to monitor the heat pump remotely. With ComfortBridge technology, you can pair this heat pump with an Amana furnace to create a split unit.

Features:

  • Up to 16 SEER
  • Up to 9.7 HSPF
  • Compatible with ComfortBridge technology
  • Copeland ComfortAlert Diagnostics Module
  • Operates efficiently and quietly
  • Limited lifetime unit replacement warranty
  • Limited 10-year parts warranty

Pros:

  • High-efficiency compressor
  • Sound-control top
  • Galvanized steel enclosure
  • Heater band and suction line accumulator
  • Energy Star qualified

Cons:

  • Some customers report issues with refrigerant leaking
 

ASZ16

With a 16 SEER rating and a 9 HSPF rating, this unit operates quietly and efficiently. The model features a Copeland ComfortAlert Diagnostics Module, which allows you to monitor the heat pump remotely for uninterrupted service.

Features:

  • Up to 16 SEER
  • Up to 9.5 HSPF
  • Copeland ComfortAlert Diagnostics Module
  • SmartShift technology
  • Lifetime limited unit replacement warranty
  • 10-year limited parts warranty

Pros:

  • Highly efficient
  • Quiet operation
  • Energy Star qualified
  • Efficient cooling capacity
  • Factory-installed inline filter dryer
  • Factory-installed suction line and heater band accumulator

Cons:

  • Higher repair costs than other models
 

Amana heat pump reviews

Overall customer reviews for Amana heat pumps are highly positive. Customers often note Amana products’ quality, features, quiet performance and affordability. Many reviews express satisfaction with Amana’s warranty coverage and dealer services. You can read Amana heat pump reviews on HVAC.com.

 

Frequently asked questions

How much does an Amana heat pump cost?

The cost of an Amana heat pump depends on several factors. Below are some variables that impact the price of a heat pump.

  • Heat pump size
  • Home location
  • Installation location
  • Ductwork installation
  • SEER rating
  • Whether the heat pump is a packaged unit or split system
  • Local tax credits and rebates

Typically, the average cost for an Amana heat pump is about $7,500, including installation. For accurate pricing information, contact a licensed HVAC professional for an in-home estimate.

Where can I buy an Amana heat pump?

Amana offers an online tool to help you find a dealer near you. You can also purchase an Amana heat pump through HVAC.com or from a home improvement retailer, such asHome Depot or Lowe’s.

How long will an Amana heat pump last?

Heat pumps generally last approximately fifteen years. However, failure after about ten years is not uncommon. Most newer units are engineered to last longer than older heat pumps. Performing routine maintenance can help extend the life of your Amana heat pump.

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