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INFINITY(R) SYSTEM AIR CONDITIONERS Outstanding comfort, up to 26.0 SEER rating. Father and son together having fun

Designed To Fit Your Home – And Your Budget

Turn to the experts at Carrier for real solutions for your home cooling needs. Our comprehensive selection of air conditioners have been designed to fit virtually any home and a variety of budgets. From our innovative and intelligent Infinity® System line with variable-speed, two-stage, and single-stage options... to Performance™ Series deluxe two-stage and single-stage choices…and the value-driven Comfort™ Series single-stage models, our air conditioners offer summertime comfort you can depend on.

Designed with Your Comfort in Mind

Carrier air conditioners represent years of design, development and testing with one goal in mind - maximizing your family’s comfort. Along the way, we have created new technologies that deliver the outstanding quality and energy efficiency you demand while staying ahead of industry trends and global initiatives.


In 1902, a determined engineer answered one of mankind’s most nagging questions: How do we make hot, sticky, indoor air go away? In creating the world’s first modern air conditioning system, Willis Carrier forever changed indoor life, and, more than a century later, the corporation that bears his name takes inspiration from his example.

Carrier strives to improve on our founder’s breakthroughs, introducing new technologies that make life at home even cooler. Today, a nationwide network of experts continues to advance Willis Carrier’s lifework. Your expert Carrier dealer is equipped to evaluate your home and create a customized system designed around your lifestyle.

AC Maintenance

AC Maintenance

  • Clean dust or move objects away from the grates that supply air into each room. Do the same to the large return grate, usually in a hallway, to ensure proper air flow.
  • Clear leaves and debris from the system’s outdoor condenser unit grille.
  • Examine ducts in attic or crawl space for holes, loose tape or separated sections that might leak air.
  • Trim shrubbery to allow at least two feet of clearance from the unit.
  • Set the thermostat mode to cooling (and heating for heat pumps) to make sure it’s working. Contact us for service if you hear any unusual noises.
  • Replace your air handler filter once a month to reduce airflow restrictions and wasted energy.
  • Make sure condensate line is clear to allow liquid runoff.
  • Set up annual checkup of your system.

Air Conditioning Troubleshooting Guide

  • Is your thermostat set in the “cool” position (or “warm” for winter heat pump operation)? If so, is your outdoor air conditioning or heat pump unit running?
  • Did the circuit breakers in the circuit breaker box (or electrical panel) trip to the “OFF” position?
  • Is the outdoor “disconnect switch” on your outdoor unit in the “ON” position? (The disconnect switch is usually a small metal grey box mounted on a wall near the outdoor unit.)
  • Is the blower motor in your furnace or air handler running when your thermostat is activated? (Make sure the furnace switch is in the “ON” position.)
  • Have you changed your filter? (A blocked filter can cause your unit to shut down due to lack of proper airflow.)
  • Are the air registers (supply or return ducts) plugged?
Air Conditioning Troubleshooting

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