Mitsubishi Non-Hyper Heat vs. Hyper Heat Heat Pump (Central PA)
The other option is a PUZ-HAC30/PVAA30 Hyperheat system for $13.2K. The Hyperheat is good to below 0, which we’ll never see here in Central PA.
The HVAC company swears the non-Hyper Heat unit will be enough and that the extra cost from the heating strips (backup heat) will still be cheaper than our current AC/oil heat.
I did get several quotes and one HVAC operation said they would only recommend a dual-fuel unit with a heat pump and an oil furnace. I’d really like to get away from oil, but he worried me when he said that a standalone heat pump wouldn’t be enough.
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