It seems that with each new high-tech generation of models, heat pumps at the upper end of the spectrum become more affordable and therefore even more attractive to homeowners looking for the most efficient equipment available. Donald in Newport Beach, California is one of those homeowners and he shares his Dave Lennox Signature Collection XP21 Heat Pump price with us in this latest post about HVAC prices.
“We’ve been doing a complete renovation of a beautiful old home here, keeping its character while updating the electrical, plumbing, HVAC, windows, etc. When completed the house will be very “green” in terms of energy efficiency and the materials we’ve used in the remodeling. When it came to the HVAC we simply asked our general contractor to find the most efficient system he could and the Lennox XP21 Heat Pump is the model he came up with. It has impressive features:
Here’s the low-down on the cost of the unit along with installation:
Lennox XP21 4 Ton heat pump with air handler and iComfort thermostat, $7,859 before rebates and tax credit.
Everything is expensive here, so I wouldn’t be surprised if the whole package wouldn’t be less in many places. The unit has been up and running for several months and it is quite impressive in every way. We hope to get a good many years of service from it. “
When you are researching heat pump prices remember to keep in mind the long-term fuel cost savings that highly efficient models like the Lennox XP21 heat pump offer. For those seeking the greenest equipment, units like this offer added appeal. The way to be sure you are getting maximum efficiency is to hire a qualified contractor to handle the installation – someone who has the skill and expertise to set up the system and to make the adjustments required for optimal performance. You’ll receive the greatest comfort from the unit while getting the most out of every dollar you spend on energy. It will make a difference in your home and in the environment as well.