Carrier® has been the first name in air conditioning for more than 100 years. Willis Carrier designed the first modern air conditioning system in 1902, and ever since then, people have been choosing Carrier products for their homes and businesses.

Home and business owners know they can rely on Carrier to provide them effective, efficient cooling all-summer-long. As Toronto’s first-ever Carrier Factory-Authorized Dealer, boiler installation provider Econoair Heating & Cooling Inc. is proud to provide our customers with this brand. Here are five reasons why Carrier is the right air conditioner product for you:

Efficiency. Efficiency ratings are similar to gas mileage for a car – the higher the rating, the more efficient the product. All heating and air systems are given the following ratings, so you’ll know exactly what to expect from your investment:

  • SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating) – This measures an air conditioning unit’s efficiency over the cooling season. Carrier’s Infinity 21 air conditioner goes up to 21.0 SEER. That’s one of the highest ratings on the market.

  • HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor) – This measurement gauges the heating mode of heat pumps. Most new units have ratings from 7.0 to 9.4. Carrier’s Infinity 20 heat pump receives up to 13.0 HSPF.

  • AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) – This measurement gauges heating fuel usage. For example, Carrier’s Infinity 98 gas furnace receives 98.5% AFUE, meaning that the unit is using 98.5 percent of its fuel efficiently.

Puron refrigerant. Carrier was the first to introduce a new, non-ozone depleting refrigerant. Puron refrigerant is chlorine-free, so it doesn’t damage the Earth’s ozone layer.

Comfort. Carrier specializes in creating customized home comfort systems with a broad selection of heating and cooling products. Econoair Heating & Cooling Inc. can help you choose the best system for your home, including Carrier-exclusive features such as Greenspeed Intelligence, Comfort Heat Technology Features, the Infinity System and Ideal Humidity System Technology to further enhance your indoor environment.

Sound. Home comfort shouldn’t come at your ears’ expense. That’s why quiet is built right into every Carrier system. Carrier furnaces feature the QuieTech noise reduction system that provides comfortable heat while generating very little noise in the process.

Hybrid heat systems. Using both a heat pump and a furnace, Carrier’s Hybrid Heat System will keep you comfortable whether it’s slightly chilly or extremely cold. Carrier’s Hybrid Heat technology gauges the outside air temperature and selects the source that’s most effective for the conditions.

Central Air Conditioning

Carrier central air conditioning systems are built for residential ductwork to provide maximum comfort and efficiency throughout the entire house. We offer air conditioner installation services with many different models to choose from, including:

  • Infinity® Series Air Conditioner with Greenspeed® Intelligence: These units offer the ultimate in cooling and comfort, superior energy efficiency and extremely quiet performance.

  • Infinity Series Air Conditioners: These provide quiet, highly-efficient comfort, with a SEER rating of up to 21. They work best when paired with Carrier’s Infinity control system.

  • Performance™ Series Air Conditioners: These systems offer a reliable, energy-efficient, quiet way to cool your space, and are available in both traditional and compact configurations.

  • Comfort™ Series Air Conditioners: This series offers an economical way to get the cooling you need for your home, all while improving efficiency, especially when compared to systems 10 years or more old.

Carrier remains committed to engineering home comfort systems that are energy-efficient, eco-friendly and reliable. At Econoair Heating & Cooling Inc., we’re here to assist you with any HVAC problem, including repairs, maintenance, ductless installation services or system design. You may call us at 905-763-2400 or fill out our online form to book an appointment.

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