Air Conditioners & Heat Pumps
Carrier heat pumps are central air conditioners that can also heat your
whole home. Paired with a gas furnace, they offer energy-use options and
extra heating options…we call this combination Hybrid Heat. Remember,
the higher the SEER and HSPF ratings of a cooling system, the more
efficient it will be.
No matter what type of fuel or heat source your home has, there’s an
innovative Carrier gas furnace or oil furnace for you. Our Infinity® 96
furnace is so efficient at using fuel, the only furnace more efficient
at burning fuel is the Sun. Carrier furnaces are highly efficient – the
higher the AFUE rating, the greater the efficiency.
Controls & Thermostats
With our wide variety of highly engineered thermostats, wireless
thermostats and Thermidistats™–including our all-star Infinity
Control–you have precise control over temperature, humidity, air
treatment and scheduling. It’s the advanced heating and cooling
innovation you’re used to from the experts at Carrier.
Air Quality Solutions
Improve your home’s health by enhancing the quality of the air inside.
Carrier humidifiers help you control air moisture, ventilators bring
fresh air into your home air filters clean the air before it circulates,
advanced ultraviolet lamps eliminate germs and bacteria, and carbon
monoxide alarms measure and detect CO levels in the home.
Evaporator Coils & Fan Coils
Carrier fan coils heat and circulate air in your forced air heating
system, while evaporator coils work with your forced air heating and
cooling system to condition the air for circulation throughout your
home. Your Carrier dealer is always available to help you choose the
perfect coil for your system.
Carrier HYBRID HEAT® Dual Fuel packaged products offer the combined
comfort of gas heat and the efficiency of a heat pump, while packaged
heat pumps provide efficient heating and cooling to your home. Packaged
air conditioners efficiently keep you cool in the summer, and Carrier
gas furnace/air conditioner packaged products add the warmth of cozy gas
heat in the winter.