Arcoaire Heating & Cooling Products manufactures residential and commercial air conditioners, heat pumps and gas and oil furnaces. Arcoaire is owned by International Comfort Products (ICP), which is a part of UTC Building & Industrial Systems (formerly Climate, Controls & Security) division of United Technologies Corp. (UTC). UTC had overall net sales of $59.8 billion in 2017.
Atlantic Richfield Co. filed the first trademark for the Arcoaire brand in 1983. SnyderGeneral Corp. later purchased the brand. ICP acquired Arcoaire in 1991. In 1999, ICP was purchased by Carrier, a subsidiary of United Technologies.
Arcoaire markets residential and commercial high-efficiency air conditioners, heat pumps, gas and oil furnaces and package units. The company’s DXT+ air conditioning and heat pump systems are able to reach up to 19 SEER when paired with the Observer “communicating wall system,” although the company also offers entry 13 SEER products. Arcoaire also offers a range of gas and oil furnaces in a range of efficiencies, reaching up to 97 percent AFUE. Its packaged systems generally fall in the 13 to 15 SEER range, and several package units are Energy Star qualified.
Most Arcoaire systems come with a standard 10-year parts limited warranty. However, heat exchangers usually have longer warranties, although this varies from model to model. Check your warranty certificate or contact your dealer for more information. Proof of purchase and regular maintenance is required to satisfy any warranty claims, while online registration is necessary to receive full benefits.
Arcoaire also offers a “no hassle replacement” limited warranty that covers heat exchangers, compressors and other major parts. Warranty coverage ranges from one year for baseline products to ten years for top-tier lines.