Hotpoint was the joint venture between two inventors in the early 1900s.  Earl Richardson patented his lightweight electric iron that had a pointed tip for use around buttonholes, ruffles and pleats.  George Hughes patented his electric range for home cooking.  Together they merged with General Electric and created the Hotpoint brand, based on the “hot point of the iron”.  Hotpoint would go on to develop many products that revolutionized the industry, such as the electric clothes dryer, the fully enameled electric range, a refrigerator on wheels that could be moved for cleaning and the first low-speed agitator washer for washing delicates. Today Hotpoint continues to manufacture home appliances such as refrigerators, freezers, ranges, microwaves, dishwashers, washers and dryers and air conditioners.  

Hotpoint offers a variety of PTAC (Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner) models for the home or small commercial space.  Several of the models function as heat pumps and offer three speed fans and four temperature control levels.  Some models, while not heat pumps, do have emergency heat capabilities.  One model comes equipped with an electric heating element.  

Hotpoint offers a 1 year warranty on entire appliance parts and labor and a 5 year warranty on the refrigerating systems.
Hotpoint® PTAC Heat Pump Unit 20 amps, 230/208 Volt

Hotpoint® PTAC with Electric Heat 20 amps, 230/208 Volt