I'm new to the board, no HVAC expert, just a consumer trying to make the best choice to replace my old A/C system. I have a local HVAC company that treats me well and does good work. They installed my oil furnace about 3 years ago and have serviced our HVAC equipment for the last 8 years or so.
I had them come down and give me an estimate to replace my system. I have narrowed the choice down to 2 Bryant models, now trying to decide between Heat Pump and straight A/C.
Either the Bryant 288a Heat Pump or the Bryant 180A A/C. We live in Southern Pennsylvania and I have never had a heat pump system before. The 288a is slightly more expensive, but I am leaning towards the heat pump from all that I have read thus far. I just want to get some warm fuzzies that this is a sold system that does not have any issues as long as it is sized and installed properly. Any advice would be welcome. Thanks.