Carrier Air Conditioners
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Carrier claims to be the company that invented air conditioning and maintains it's been improving the process for more than one hundred years. If consumers are searching for energy efficiency, the Infinity line by Carrier has the highest ratings while the Performance Series and Comfort Series are economical options.
Carrier Infinity Series Central Air Conditioners
Featuring a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating of up to 21, the Carrier Infinity Series central air conditioner also functions at a noise level as low as 68dB. Quality indoor air, two-stage operation, and the advanced humidity capability are some of the other benefits of this series, along with the maximum performance from the exclusive Infinity control. The Infinity Series is equipped with a Silencer System II, a WeatherArmor Ultra System, enhanced diagnostics, and the environmentally sound Puron refrigerant, which has replaced Freon 22.
Carrier Performance Series
Reducing the noise level slightly, Carrier produces the Performance Series air conditioner at a quiet 67dB and a SEER rating of up to 18. Besides the efficient energy and sound levels, the Performance Series contains the WeatherArmor Ultra Protection System and Puron refrigerant.
Carrier Performance Series Compact Central Air Conditioners
With its smaller size for convenience, the Performance Series Compact Central air conditioner can be placed on a roof or deck. Several key components are included in the compact unit from Carrier, such as a Silencer System II, the WeatherArmor Ultra Protection System, Puron refrigerant, a SEER rating of up to 15, and a low decibel level.
Carrier Comfort Series Central Air Conditioners
The Carrier Comfort Series central air conditioner was named for its economical cooling and is advertised to run as quietly as a dishwasher and save consumers utility costs with a SEER rating of up to 17. A WeatherArmor louvered coil guard and the Puron refrigerant are used in the manufacturing of the Comfort Series line.
Carrier Base Series Central Air Conditioners
Carrier Base Series central air conditioners are low in cost, yet energy efficient with a SEER rating of up to 15, a WeatherArmor louvered coil guard, the Puron refrigerant, and they run at a noise level as low as 74dB as well. In order to resist salt water corrosion, Carrier offers a coastal model with WeatherShield coating.
Care and Maintenance of Carrier Air Conditioners
Preparing for a routine maintenance appointment is easier when following the Pre-Service Checklist available on the Carrier website. Yearly service checks are generally recommended for optimal functioning and a reduction in the possibility of any problems with a Carrier air conditioning unit.
Homeowners have a 10-Year Parts Limited Warranty for all Carrier air conditioners that are properly registered within 90 days of purchase. Subsequently, a 5-Year Limited Warranty applies to the air conditioners that are not registered within 90 days. Limited Warranties can be extended with optional coverage protection and interested consumers are encouraged to learn more by visiting a nearby location or the official Carrier website.