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Carrier Air Handlers Reviews | Consumer Ratings


Carrier Air Handlers Reviews | Consumer Ratings

Carrier Air Handlers Reviews | Consumer RatingsCarrier Air Handlers Reviews – Carrier air handlers carry the name Infinity Series for the top of the line models, Performance Series for mid range models, and Comfort Series for economical models. Carrier manufacturers air handlers for residential, light commercial, and heavy commercial applications. Carrier air handlers are used in light commercial and residential applications ranging from 1.5 tons to 5 ton models. 


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Carrier Package Unit Reviews – Consumer Ratings


Carrier Package Unit Reviews – Consumer Ratings

Carrier Package Unit Reviews - Consumer RatingsCarrier package units come in a variety of configurations including hybrid heat pump package unit with gas heat for back up heat, air conditioner package unit with gas heat known as a gas pack, and air conditioner with electric heat as an option. Carrier produces a full-line of package units for residential, light commercial and commercial applications. Carrier commercial package units will be covered in a future planned section titled Commercial HVAC.


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Carrier Infinity 80 Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer Ratings


Carrier Infinity 80 Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer Ratings

This review includes models 58CVA and 58CVX Carrier InfinityTM 80 Gas Furnaces

Carrier Infinity 80 Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer Ratings – Efficiency Rating

Carrier Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer RatingsThe InfinityTM 80 Gas Furnace offers efficiency ratings up to 80% AFUE as claimed by Carrier in the Carrier literature for the InfinityTM 80 Gas Furnace. This very close to the minimum efficiency rating that HVAC manufacturers have to meet according to DOE requirements for HVAC manufacturers.

In other words, 80% heat this gas furnaces makes will end up in the home while the 20% will end up vented to the outside through the flue. This is if ideal conditions are met and the gas furnace is installed correctly.


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Carrier Performance Boost 90 Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer Ratings


Carrier Performance Boost 90 Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer Ratings

Carrier Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer RatingsThe Carrier Performance Boost 90 Gas Furnace comes with an AFUE rating of up to 96.5% AFUE. What separates this gas furnace from another gas furnace is the Boost name and the efficiency range. Carrier calls it Boost and describes the name Boost as: when this furnace is combined with a Carrier heat pump or air conditioner and you are using it in cooling mode the furnace blower will circulate cool air throughout the house.


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Carrier Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer Ratings


Carrier Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer Ratings

Carrier Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer RatingsCarrier Gas Furnace Reviews – Carrier offers three different gas furnace Models of various efficiency’s and sizes for their gas furnaces. Carriers economy model gas furnace is the Comfort Series with AFUE ratings ranging from 80% AFUE to 95.5% AFUE. Next is the Performance Series ranging from 80% AFUE to 96.7% AFUE. Carriers top models are the Infinity Series ranging from 80% AFUE to 98.5% AFUE. Depending on the model the capacities range from 38,000 BTU’s to 154,000 BTU’s.


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Having the proper humidity levels in your home or business is important not only for your health but also the amount of energy your HVAC systems use to keep you comfortable. If the humidity level is high in the summer you will not feel comfortable. If the humidity level is low in the winter you will not feel warm when the thermostat is set for an average temperature. This will result in turning the thermostat up to compensate and you will use more energy to stay comfortable. A properly designed and installed HVAC system will keep the proper levels of humidity in your home or business and save you money in energy costs by reducing the amount you use the HVAC system. For more information on humidity and maintaining the proper levels of humidity in your home please visit our humidity technical pages.

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