Payne PH13 Heat Pump
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Payne's PH13 heat pump offers 13 SEER cooling and 7.7 HSPF heating efficiency. This model uses the EPA-approved R-410A refrigerant for eco-friendly cooling.
The PH13 is equipped with a high-efficiency fan motor, smooth operating reversing valve, copper tube aluminum fin coil and a compressor with built-in protective features. Rubberized isolation pads are designed to help keep noise level at a minimum for quiet operation year round.
The exterior of the unit is finished with corrosion-resistant paint and is equipped with Payne's standard grill. Consumers have the option of upgrading to Payne's dense grill for increased unit protection against the elements.
Consumer Reviews of the Payne PH13
Date created: 2012-09-19
Name: Daniel Madison
Location: Bay St. Louis Mississippi
I am a H.V.A.C. salesman. I have been in the trade for 25 plus years. We took on the Payne line in June of 2011. We have had one bad compress in which the manufacturer replaced the whole unit within a few days. Sometimes that takes other manufacturer weeks. We have only had to warranty two coils. The coils were both in stock and delivered next day by our supplier. We have sold in excess of one hundred systems with very little problems. We are local here in Bay St. Louis Mississippi 39520. You can call with questions at 1-228-469-0477.
Date created: 2012-04-24
Name: Jim Jenkins
Location: Boise, Id
Years owned: 1
"Never buy one"
I have had this unit 4 months, very very noisy compared to what we had for 20 years before. Now leaking freon for the 2 time. In a month. I can believe this product is on the market.
Date created: 2010-12-20
Name: dale b
Location: Cleveland, oh
"Payne lives up to its name-lemon"
We had a new Payne ph13n installed in July 2006. Since that time, we have had it serviced 7 times: schrader cup replaced, reverse valve replaced twice, reversing tube once, a new board, new sensor, and just constant recurring issues. Worst heat pump I have ever had in 20 years. I would never get this brand again.
Date created: 2009-06-25
"HEAT PUMP PAYNE"
Very unsatisfied, I had this unit ph13 installed since 2007 for $3,400. and my bills are still high since then. The unit emits strong bad smell like mildew in the winter when the heat being turned on. The compressor became rusted that causes the pryon to leak. The protective cover at the center top peeled off and rusted. This piece of junk should be made stainless steel instead. I called the installer and they did not return my call. not to recommend the heat pumps Payne. They don't save any money.
Other PH13 Reviews
Reviews around the web recognize the PH13 as a builder-grade heat pump. Forums on hvac-talk.com and gardenweb.com mention that its lower tier status is reflected in the quality of the unitís components and overall performance.
Consumers and contractors on these forums report that this unit is noisier than similar brands, prone to coil leaks and isn't well protected by its casing, which can lead to interior component damage if the unit is in a high traffic area. In addition, some users commented on the high cost to install this unit and troubleshooting issues with the heating elements.
Despite the profusion of negative comments, some contributors on gardenweb.com report that they have had no problems with this unit, due to proper installation and regular maintenance. In general, the PH13 has offered these homeowners trouble-free heating and cooling and suits their needs, despite its lower tier status.
Payne PH13 Model Numbers
The PH13 is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.
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Payne offers a 10-year limited parts warranty to the original owners of the heat pump. The unit must be registered at payne.com within 90 days of installation to receive the full warranty. Labor or any additional charges associated with the repair are not covered by the warranty.