For quality heating or air conditioning installation, HVAC experts, together with home and business owners, rely on the high-quality products created by Carrier. Being the leader in the HVAC equipment manufacturing industry, Carrier equipment is present in many residential and commercial air conditioning and heating systems. With the company's dedication to helping homeowners save on energy bills, Carrier is sponsoring the 2012 NextGen Home Show in Las Vegas. Carrier’s aim is to help homeowners take control of comfort and energy savings. This is made possible through its newest innovation, the Infinity heating and cooling system. Carrier equipment has been tested and proven to be very efficient in all sorts of indoor environments. Many homeowners in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, FL, and the surrounding areas have already taken advantage of all the benefits that Carrier systems bring. Heating repair is not a common problem when owners have quality heating installation. The Infinity series utilizes sophisticated comfort technology to promote energy-efficient homes through its highly-advanced features that control the indoor temperature without using high levels of energy. This is the latest upgrade that home and business owners have been waiting for in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, FL and the surrounding areas. The Carrier Infinity shows that in every AC or heating installation, homeowners should not worry about high utility bills. With the new Infinity series, homeowners will enjoy lowered energy bills, along with less frequent AC or heating repair. The Infinity Series boasts Intuitive Touch Control, the 20 Heat Pump with GreenSpeed Intelligence, and the 98 Fully Modulating Gas Furnace with Green Speed Intelligence. All of these products are featured at the NextGen Home Show. These are considered to be the safest energy-saving innovations in the heating and cooling industry today. The show will run the whole year through. With this, many homeowners should think twice about having heating and air conditioning repair when they can directly upgrading to Infinity instead.
Carrier News from the 2012 NextGen Home Show
Mar 2, 2012 | Blogs