Carrier Heat Pumps That Cool You Off With Sizzling Savings
A heat pump provides both heating and cooling capabilities by collecting heat from the air. When cooling your home, it collects the heat inside and effectively pumps it outside. Heat pumps operate in reverse to heat your home by collecting heat from the outside air and concentrating it for use inside. Believe it or not, there is a decent amount of heat to be extracted until the outdoor air gets to approximately 30° to 35° F. CoolToday specialists are heat pump repair experts and can help when your heat pump breaks down. They also know our products well and can help you select the heat pump that will meet your family’s comfort needs, fit into your budget and exceed your expectations when it's time for replacement.
Some of the heat pumps we carry
Infinity™ 17 Heat Pump
The Carrier Infinity 17 Heat Pump with Puron refrigerant delivers excellent efficiency, reliability and proven performance throughout its lifetime. The revolutionary InfinityÂ® System is the only system in the industry that allows you to control temperature, humidity, air quality, fan speed, ventilation; and it even detects when your air filter needs replaced. You will benefit from its high energy efficiency of up to 17.5 SEER and 9.5 HSPF (Heating Season Performance Factor).
Performance™ 15 Heat Pump
Carrier Performance Series Heat Pumps are designed to use environmentally sound Puron refrigerant and electricity for economical utility costs throughout the year. You will benefit from its high energy efficiency of up to 14.5 SEER and 9.4 HSPF (Heating Season Performance Factor).
Comfort™ 14 Heat Pump
Comfort 14 Heat Pump provides amazingly quiet operation, highly cost-efficient comfort for your home and family and reliable long-lasting durability as the result of Carrier's unsurpassed expertise in heat pump design. The Comfort 14 provides a total package that delivers soothing, quiet, efficient comfort that is felt and not heard. You will benefit from its high energy efficiency of up to 14.0 SEER and 8.0 HSPF (Heating Season Performance Factor).