Pricing

Wall Mount

A wall mounted heat pump is the most popular style. The indoor unit is placed high on a wall and positioned so the air is blowing in the direction to flow throughout the house.

9RLS3Y Wall

$2500

After $500 Efficiency Maine Rebate

Perfect for Bedrooms
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Less Than 500 Square Feet

12,000 BTU Heating

9,000 BTU Cooling

14.2 HSPF & 33.0 SEER

Rated to Provide Heat at -5°

Built-in Wi-Fi control

Basic Installation Prices May Vary

12RLS3Y Wall

$2600

After $500 Efficiency Maine Rebate

Mid-sized Room
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Less Than 800 Square Feet

16,000 BTU Heating

12,000 BTU Cooling

14 HSPF & 29.3 SEER

Rated to Provide Heat at -5°

Built-in Wi-Fi control

Basic Installation Prices May Vary

15RLS3Y Wall

$2700

After $500 Efficiency Maine Rebate

Perfect for Bedrooms
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Less Than 1,000 Square Feet

18,000 BTU Heating

14,500 BTU Cooling

13.4 HSPF & 25.3 SEER

Rated to Provide Heat at -5°

Built-in Wi-Fi control

Basic Installation Prices May Vary

Floor Mount

A Floor Mounted heat pump is another option for those with a limited amount of wall space. The floor unit is mounted on the wall at the floor level and positioned so the air can flow throughout the house.

9RLFF Floor

$2900

After $500 Efficiency Maine Rebate

Perfect for Bedrooms
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Less Than 500 Square Feet

12,000 BTU Heating

9,000 BTU Cooling

12.4 HSPF & 26 SEER

Rated to Provide Heat at -5°

Basic Installation Prices May Vary

12RLFF Floor

$3500

Does Not Qualify for Rebates

Mid-sized Room with Limited Wall Space
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Less Than 800 Square Feet

16,000 BTU Heating

12,000 BTU Cooling

11.6 HSPF & 22.7 SEER

Rated to Provide Heat at -5°

Basic Installation Prices May Vary

15RLFF Floor

$3600

Does Not Qualify for Rebates

Large Room with Limited Wall Space
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Less Than 1,000 Square Feet

18,000 BTU Heating

14,200 BTU Cooling

11.2 HSPF & 20.3 SEER

Rated to Provide Heat at -5°

Basic Installation Prices May Vary

Extra Low Temperature

The XLTH (extra low temperature heating) Model heat pumps are used in situations where this is your primary heating source. They are rated to provide heat at temperatures of -15 degrees, but may heat at even lower temperatures. They come in varying sizes, as well as wall mounted, floor mounted and multi-zone units.

9RLS3H Wall

$2900

After $500 Efficiency Maine Rebate

Perfect for Bedrooms
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Less Than 500 Square Feet

12,000 BTU Heating

9,000 BTU Cooling

14 HSPF & 33 SEER

Rated to Provide Heat at -15°

Built-in Wi-Fi control

Basic Installation Prices May Vary

Floor Mounted Units Also Available

12RLS3H Wall

$3000

After $500 Efficiency Maine Rebate

Mid-sized Room
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Less Than 800 Square Feet

16,000 BTU Heating

12,000 BTU Cooling

13.8 HSPF & 29.3 SEER

Rated to Provide Heat at -15°

Built-in Wi-Fi control

Basic Installation Prices May Vary

Floor Mounted Units Also Available

15RLS3H Wall

$3100

After $500 Efficiency Maine Rebate

Perfect for Bedrooms
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Less Than 1,000 Square Feet

18,000 BTU Heating

14,500 BTU Cooling

13.3 HSPF & 25.3 SEER

Rated to Provide Heat at -15°

Built-in Wi-Fi control

Basic Installation Prices May Vary

Floor Mounted Units Also Available

Multi Zone

Multi Zone heat pumps are a great way to provide heating and cooling throughout the entire house. There is only one outdoor unit that operates 2-4 indoor units. Place one in the main living area and one in each bedroom. The temperature on each indoor unit can be adjusted separately, keeping everyone in your home comfortable.

18RLXFZH Multi Zone

$5100

After $750 Efficiency Maine Rebate

2 Indoor Units
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XLTH – Extra Low Temperature Heating

22,000 BTU Heating

18,000 BTU Cooling

10.3 HSPF & 21.5 SEER

Rated to Provide Heat at -15°

Built-in Wi-Fi control

Basic Installation Prices May Vary

24RLXFZH Multi Zone

$5550 – $6350

After $750 Efficiency Maine Rebate

2 – 3 Indoor Units
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XLTH – Extra Low Temperature Heating

25,000 BTU Heating

22,000 BTU Cooling

10.36 HSPF & 20 SEER

Rated to Provide Heat at -15°

Built-in Wi-Fi control

Basic Installation Prices May Vary

36RLXFZH Multi Zone

$7250 – $8025

After $750 Efficiency Maine Rebate

3 – 4 Indoor Units
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XLTH – Extra Low Temperature Heating

36,400 BTU Heating

35,200 BTU Cooling

10.3 HSPF & 20 SEER

Rated to Provide Heat at -15°

Built-in Wi-Fi control

Basic Installation Prices May Vary

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get the Efficiency Maine rebate?

Efficiency Maine offers rebates for certain heat pump models installed by a registered vendor.  We are a qualified registered vendor and handle all of the details for you.  During your installation we will fill out all rebate papers and have them ready for you to look over and sign.  We deduct the rebate instantly from your invoice so you get the savings immediately and don’t have to wait for the money to come in the mail.  We submit all paperwork on your behalf to Efficiency Maine.  It’s that easy!

What is basic Installation?

All of our prices are based on a basic installation which is what most homes need.  That includes the indoor and outdoor heat pump unit, supplies for a simple run, rain cap, installation and electrical. If you have more complicated lines to run that are longer or if you need a stand, the price may be a little more.  We can give you all of this information at your free in home consultation.

What payment options are available?

We accept cash, check, credit card, and have multiple financing options to fit your needs.  If you are looking to finance your heat pump, visit our contact page to send us a message and we will email the details to you.

How much will I save on heating costs?

A heat pump operates at approximately 1/2 the cost oil and 1/3 the cost of propane and electric.  Your savings will depend on what you previously used for heating and cooling.  A cost comparison tool can be found on the Efficiency Maine website to help calculate your savings per year.

How are the XLTH models different?

XLTH stands for extra low temperature heating.  They are rated to produce heat at -15°F, therefore will operate at lower temperatures than the regular models which are rated to -5°F.  The XLTH models do use slightly more electricity to operate, but will still provide better efficiency in heating and cooling compared to other sources.  The cost for these models is also slightly higher, you can see prices on our pricing page.

How much does a heat pump cost to operate?

There are many factors that contribute to your cost of operation, so there is no single right answer to this question. Your cost will be dependent on how insulated your home is, if you have a lot of drafts, and how clean you keep your heat pump units. Some people see a decrease in their electric bill by switching from using space heaters or electric baseboard. Others see an increase in electricity usage but may no longer be buying oil, propane or wood.  In either scenario, you will have a cost savings on your utility bills for heating and air conditioning.

What is the warranty on a heat pump?

We are an elite contractor with Fujitsu and therefore can give you a 12 year warranty on your heat pump.  You can read the warranty information under the about us tab.  A copy will also be emailed to you when we register your unit.

Do you give a military discount?

Yes, we give a $100 discount on a heat pump installation for anyone that is or has been in the military.  The discount will be shown on your estimate.

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(207) 416-7629

contact@hometownheatpumps.com

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