Reduce your heating costs by up to 1/3 while also reducing your impact on the environment . . .
Carrier’s Infinity™ System is the most energy efficient forced-hot-air system you can buy. A complete Infinity System comprises Carrier’s top-of-the-line Infinity variable-speed furnace, the Infinity Control, and an Infinity heat pump or an Infinity air conditioner. This system allows you to vary settings in up to eight zones throughout your home, thus saving energy.
- Carrier’s quietest furnace ever!
- Up to 95% AFUE
- Up to 3.5 times tighter temperature control
- IdealComfort™ technology
- Communicating furnace with Infinity intelligence
- Comfort Heat Technology®
- Ideal Humidity System®
- Sealed combustion system
- Pilot-free PowerHeat™ ignition
- Energy Star Qualfied
- The furnace qualifies for Federal Tax Credit of $150
- The furnace qualifies for Vermont Gas rebate of $400
- Lifetime heat exchanger limited warranty (some restrictions may apply, please refer to warranty information)
- 10-year parts limited warranty (when properly registered, please refer to warranty information)
A leading innovator in the heating and cool industry, Carrier, founded in 1915, brings you the most energy efficient forced-hot-air system while also delivering on important factors such as noise level (slightly above the hum of a refrigerator), comfort, and reliablity. Plus, Carrier offers additional peace of mind with a 10-year parts warranty (lifetime on the heat exchanger) and the option to add a 10-year labor warranty (ask us about this) for what amounts to a two to three-hour service call!
Headquartered in Farmington, Connecticut, USA, with approximately 30,000 employees in 170 countries, Carrier combines its global HVAC and refrigeration expertise with the responsiveness of its local operations to lead nearly every geographic market, on every continent. Their continued success is a testament to their staunch commitment to providing the highest level of quality and service to customers around the world. We are proud to be a Carrier representative in the Champlain Valley.
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