R.S. Andrews’ Roswell air conditioning repair team installs Carrier air conditioners, furnaces, heat pumps and indoor air quality equipment. Call today and our BBB A+ rated HVAC technicians will get to work on your Carrier air conditioning system.
Willis Carrier invented the first air conditioner in 1915 and went on to found Carrier Air Conditioning. In 1979, United Technologies Corporation bought Carrier Engineering and Carrier is a wholly owned subsidiary of UTC. Although Carrier is the oldest air conditioning HVAC manufacturer, it continues to keep on the cutting edge of HVAC technology.
In addition, Carrier manufactures oil and gas furnaces. They have a wide choice of furnaces to choose from. All furnaces carry an Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency Label (AFUE) that tells buyers how much fuel converts to heat. The higher the AFUE, the more efficient the furnace is.
Carrier manufacturers numerous heat pumps too. Carrier designs their heat pumps to have a good return on investment (ROI) as they lessen utility costs by much. The most efficient heat pump for home or commercial installs is Carrier’s Performance Series. For budget minded home owners , Carrier offers the Performance and Comfort Series.
All Carrier products use Puron as the refrigerant, as it is environmentally friendly.
Carrier has a limited 10-year parts warranty for all residential products. Commercial installations have differing warranty lengths depending on product type.
Repair or Replace Your Roswell Carrier HVAC System?
If the unit in question is relatively new, has a high Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating and after a qualified inspection by a North American Technical Excellence (NATE) certified technician whose opinion is that following the repair the unit will remain working for a long time then repair it. If an inspection reveals that a unit is likely to suffer subsequent breakdown then replacement is the best option.
Replacement is not as expensive as you may think. The United States Congress extended the $1500 tax credit for home owners who replace inefficient equipment with energy-efficient equipment. Many utilities offer full or partial rebates on new HVAC equipment. Businesses can use the Section 179 IRS tax deduction to fully depreciate the equipment in one year. Both home owners and businesses will realize major savings in energy costs by using new equipment.
Factory Trained and NATE Certified Technicians
Our technicians are kept on the leading edge of HVAC by having ongoing factory training and NATE certification.
Contact us now to discuss how we can help you and offer a free estimate on a new system.