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Heat Pumps


Amana Heat Pump Dealer


Are you interested in replacing your old heat pump with a new one? Total Air is proud to partner with Amana for your central ac and heating equipment needs. We offer a variety of package options and can customize any package to fit your needs.

Check out the financing programs we offer, so you may invest in a long-term solution specific to your goals.

We offer the following Amana Central Air Conditioning and Heating systems, and would love to discuss in detail with you during a FREE Home Comfort Survey.

Why We’ve Partnered with Amana

  • Locally Assembled here in Houston, TX
  • Lifetime Unit Replacement Warranty for Compressor & Heat Exchanger in Units 16 SEER & higher
  • Great Online Reviews
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Please call our office at 936-890-4070 or submit the form on this page.

Our Products


S Series Amana Heat Pump System

  • Up to 17.5 SEER2
  • 8.5 HSPF2
  • Quiet-mode – provides enhanced acoustical comfort, up to 3 different sound levels (as low as 45dBA)
  • Compatible with the Amana® brand Smart thermostat
  • Intelligent defrost mode
  • Slim style, small footprint
  • Quiet-mode – enhanced acoustical comfort
  • Blue Fin corrosion coating – helps keep coil clean

Visit Amana’s site to learn more.

Amana Brand Smart Thermostat

Thermostat installed with every S series system.

Amana Single Stage Heat Pump- Up to 14.3 SEER 2

  • Energy-Efficient Scroll Compressor
  • Single Speed Condenser Fan Motor
  • Quiet Performance
  • 10 Year Parts Warranty with Registration

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Amana Single Stage Heat Pump- Up to 15.2 SEER 2

  • Energy-Efficient Scroll Compressor
  • Single Speed Condenser Fan Motor
  • Quiet Performance
  • 10 Year Parts & Life Time Warranty with Registration

Visit Amana’s site to learn more.

Amana Two Stage Communicating Heat Pump- Up to 17.2 SEER 2

  • High Efficiency, Two Stage Scroll Compressor
  • High Efficiency, Two Speed ECM Condenser Fan Motor
  • Quiet Performance
  • 10 Year Parts & Life Time Warranty with Registration

Visit Amana’s site to learn more.

Amana Variable Speed Heat Pump with Inverter Technology- Up to 22.5 SEER 2

  • High Efficiency, Variable Speed Compressor
  • High Efficiency, Variable Speed ECM Condenser Fan Motor
  • Comfortbridge technology compatible
  • Quiet Performance
  • 10 Year Parts & Life Time Warranty with Registration

Visit Amana’s site to learn more.

Air-to-air heat pumps have been getting a lot of attention from homeowners and builders alike in recent years, and with good reasons. These recently developed climate control technologies are far more energy-efficient than electric central air systems, last longer, and cost less to run and maintain. In other words, there’s a lot to talk about.

If you’re like most homeowners, your property still relies on a furnace for heat and an air conditioner for cooling. We know it can be difficult to make such a large change, and we here at Total Air want you to feel comfortable making an informed decision about whether a heat pump system might be the right solution for your family. To that end, you can learn everything important there is to know about heat pumps, how they work, and why you might want to make the switch below.

What Is a Heat Pump?

The first question most people have when it comes time to discuss new climate control systems is simple: what is a heat pump? The answer is a little bit more complicated. What you need to know is that heat pumps don’t operate in the same way that furnaces do, creating heat and then routing it throughout the home. Instead, they pull existing heat from the air or soil outside.

The Benefits of Heat Pumps

We’ve already mentioned briefly a few of the advantages of making the switch to a heat pump. However, there are plenty more to consider. They include:

  1. Lower running costs.
  2. Less maintenance is required.
  3. Better safety profile.
  4. Reduced carbon emissions.
  5. Replacement for separate heating and cooling.
  6. Longer expected lifespan.
  7. May be eligible for tax breaks and other financial incentives.

The Heat Pump Installation Process

Now that you have answers to essential questions like what is a heat pump and the benefits of installing a heat pump. It’s time to look at the heat pump installation process itself.

The process starts when you reach out to Total Air for an estimate. We’ll answer any questions you may have, which can include:

  • What size heat pump do I need?
  • How long will the installation process take?
  • Will a heat pump system save me money?
  • What should I expect during heat pump installation?

From there, we’ll schedule a home assessment to determine the answer to the question, what size heat pump do I need? Correct sizing requires taking into account not just square footage but also the age of your home, its insulation levels, and your family’s needs.

Once we’ve answered your questions and helped you choose the right heat pump, it will be time to schedule the installation. On the day of your appointment, our technicians will show up in uniform driving a company van so that they are easy to identify. They’ll wear protective gear on their feet to prevent damage to your home and will take the time to review everything before getting started.

The installation process itself is usually quite simple. It involves removing your old heating and cooling equipment, setting the fluid line, installing new high- and low-voltage wiring, and hooking everything up to the new heat pump so that it can start providing climate control immediately. When our technicians are done, they’ll test the system to make sure everything is operating smoothly and give you information about our 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Schedule a Heat Pump Installation

Ready to schedule your heat pump installation? All it takes is one call to get the process started. Reach out to Total Air by phone or online today to discuss traditional and ductless heat pump installation. One of our dedicated representatives will be happy to answer your questions and schedule a home assessment.

To learn more about how heat pumps operate read our blog post How Does a Heat Pump Work in Cold Texas Winter?