We are considering to install a heat-pump for heating and cooling and would like to get a better idea about any required upgrades to our electrical panel and house service. Below are pictures of our main and sub panel with labels. Our main panel currently is 100A but the panel is already wired for 120A (and the panel supports it as well). It is connected to the house service, which is 200AMP.
The condo is 1300 square feet with 2 bedroom, 1 bath. It is part of a three unit building with 200AMP service. The other two units have 100AMP panels.
Our major appliances include an electrical oven (3100W), washing machine (1300W), heat-pump dryer (1000W), dishwasher (1200W), and garbage disposal (720 W). We plan to install an induction cooktop soon (9600W).
Current heating is a gas furnace. For cooling, we have 2 window ACs.
Would our current electrical service with the easy 120A upgrade allow us to install an air source heat pump for heating and cooling with 32k or 36k BTU?
Below is load calculation from this website recommended in an answer to another stack exchange question. That calculation would suggest yes but I am not sure about the numbers.