Carrier offers a complete line of heat pumps, which both heat and cool your home. Ranging from 13.0 to 20 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) and 6.80 to 9.85 HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor), our heat pumps provide efficient, year ‘round comfort. Our brief feature descriptions will help you identify the benefits of choosing a heat pump.
Infinity 20 Green Speed Heat Pump
- Up to 20.5 SEER, 13 HSPF
- Best Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty in industry: 10-year compressor, 10-year coil & 10-year internal functional parts
- Whisper-quiet (as low as 58 decibels)
- Variable-speed compressor for maximum efficiency and comfort
- Compatible with Infinity Series communicating thermostats for precise control
- Filter drier system protection from moisture and contaminants
- Ideal Defrost technology when paired with an Infinity control
- WeatherArmor™ Ultra – protection from the elements
Infinity 19 Heat Pump
This elite, Energy Star-qualified heat pump is known for its super high efficiency and quiet operation. With a SEER rating of up to 19.00 and an HSPF of up to 9.5 it can reduce your cooling and heating costs. The Infinity 19 also uses earth-friendly refrigerant (R-410A).
Infinity 16 Heat Pump
This elite heat pump is known for its super high efficiency. With a SEER rating of up to 17.20 and an HSPF of up to 9.6, it can reduce your cooling costs. The Infinity 16 also uses earth-friendly refrigerant (R-410A) and qualifies as an Energy Star product.
Infinity 15 Heat Pump
This heat pump is known for its efficient performance. With a SEER rating of up to 16.00 and an HSPF of up to 9.0, it makes it an energy-efficient choice. It also uses earth-friendly refrigerant (R-410A).
Performance 16 Heat Pump
This premium heat pump offers the highest efficiency attainable in a single-stage system. It has a SEER rating of up to 16.50 and an HSPF of up to 9.5. The Performance 16 also uses earth-friendly refrigerant (R-410A) and qualifies as an Energy Star product.
The Consequences of Buying a Cheaper Heating & Air Conditioning System
John Ruskin (1819-1900), British philosopher and artist wrote, “It is unwise to pay too much, but it’s unwise to pay too little… when you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything, because the thing you bought was incapable of doing the thing you bought it to do.” This holds true today, and here are some of the consequences of paying too little:
- High heating and cooling bills
- Shortened equipment life
- Frequent breakdowns
- Comfort problems
- Unsafe operation
- General frustration and, overall, poor return on investment