Bryant Heat Pump Reviews

 

Bryant offers heat pumps in three different series – The Byant Evolution Series, The Bryant Preferred Series, and the Bryant Legacy lines. Bryant heat pumps come in efficiency ranges from 13 SEER 7.9 HSPF to 18 SEER 9.0 HSPF. Bryant also uses R-410A refrigerant and two-stage compressors in selected heat pump models for better efficiency. In selected heat pumps Bryant has control boards that offer diagnostics features for easier heat pump troubleshooting. Some features of selected Bryant heat pumps are:

  • Use of R-410A refrigerant in selected Bryant Heat Pump models. High Performance HVAC recommends using R-410A refrigerant in new replacement heat pumps versus using R-22
  • Galvanized steel cabinets in Bryant Heat Pumps
  • 23 point diagnostics boards for easier heat pump troubleshooting in selected Bryant Heat Pumps
  • Selected Bryant Heat Pump units comply with Energy Star guidelines
  • Selected Bryant Heat Pump units use AeroQuietâ„¢ System for quieter operation
  • Capacities from 1.5 tons to 5 tons in selected Bryant heat pump units

We will offer technical reviews on each Bryant heat pump model. If the heat pump model you are considering for purchase is not listed please email us and we will give you a technical review on that particular Bryant heat pump model.

Bryant was founded in 1904 by Charles Bryant offering gas fired boilers. Bryant is now owned by United Technologies which is also the parent company of Carrier.

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Bryant Heat Pump Reviews

Updated: February 5, 2013 — 11:18 pm

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  1. Reviewed by Admin Transfer September 05, 2011
    Bryant split system

    Reviewed by Greg December 24, 2009
    Bryant split system

    So far we are very pleased with the system we had installed. Scaled back on the BTUs from the previous unit and have still been a lot more comfortable. Went with a two stage heat pump and expect that to improve tumidity this summer. I wish the humidifier could have been installed on the supply side instead of the return. It would have been better. As it is the system is calling for humidity constantly. Not a big deal but something I will probably have looked at in the future.

     
  2. Reviewed by Admin Transfer September 05, 2011
    Bryant Heat Pump is Poor Quality

    Reviewed by Kathy Shumard December 10, 2010
    Bryant Heat Pump is Poor Quality

    In August 2005 we installed a new Bryant Heat Pump/Furnace combination in our home in Kamloops, BC, Canada. The first 3 1/2 years were great but during the last year (2010)we have spent over $1,000.00 on labour for warranty repairs, with no satisfaction from either Bryant or the Installation company. I should have gone with Lennox !

     

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