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Condensing boiler technology is the most efficient, environmentally friendly form of gas heating available today. Thanks to lower fuel consumption and lower heating costs, condensing boilers usually pay for themselves in only 2 to 5 years. Additionally, a modern condensing heating system increases the value of the building as well as quality of life by reducing emissions. Contemporary condensing technology offers an intelligent, easy-to-install solution to rising fuel costs and meets air quality regulation requirements. Learn more about Carrier’s innovative home comfort solutions and discover how you can save with special rebates and financing offers.

Carrier Heating Products

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  • GEOTHERMAL

    ENERGY FROM EARTH’S BIGGEST POWER SOURCE: THE EARTH ITSELF. There’s an invaluable energy source buried right in your own backyard: The earth itself. Forget oil or gas, geothermal systems tap into the relatively consistent temperatures of your yard, pond or well. This ingenious technology runs on electricity but uses the earth’s thermal energy to pre-condition refrigerant used to heat and cool your home so you can enjoy higher energy efficiency inside—no matter how extreme the weather gets outside.

    Given the cost and instabilities around energy sources like oil, the federal government is encouraging use of energy-efficient heating and cooling system alternatives. That’s why Uncle Sam is willing to give you a tax credit of up to 30% on the cost of buying and installing a geothermal system. If your home has ductwork, forced-air or water-to-air heat pump models can supply treated air to heat and cool your home all year long. If you have a radiant or hydronic system instead, our water-to-water heat pump models are made for you—and your home. Our geothermal split systems are another way to go. Think of them as the geothermal equivalent of our popular Hybrid Heat® systems. This system can heat and cool your home year-round with a geothermal heat pump. But if you’re just getting into geothermal, you may find you have a perfectly good gas furnace or perhaps you just like the way gas heat feels on those arctic-cold days. With this system, you can choose to heat with either. Split systems also give you the flexibility of choosing a unit that sits inside or outside your home.

    PACKAGED GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMPS

    • PerformanceTM Geothermal Heat Pump GT
    • GT-PC Geothermal Heat Pump 50YG
    • GT-PX Geothermal Heat Pump 50YD
    • PerformanceTM Geothermal Heat Pump GP
    • GT-PG Geothermal Heat Pump 50YE
    • ComfortTM Geothermal Heat Pump GB
    • GT-PB Compact Geothermal Heat Pump 50YF
    • GT-PX Water To Air Geothermal Heat Pump 50YDD

    SPLIT SYSTEM GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMP

    • PerformanceTM Split System Indoor Geothermal Heat Pump GS
    • GT-PX Split System Indoor Geothermal Heat Pump 50YDS
    • GT-PE Split System Outdoor Geothermal Heat Pump 50YPS

    HYDRONIC HEATING AND COOLING GEOTHERMAL SYSTEM

    • PerformanceTM Water-to-Water Geothermal Heat Pump GW
    • GT-PW Water-To-Water Geothermal Heat Pump 50YER
    • GT-PW Water To Water Geothermal Heat Pump 50YEW
  • HEAT PUMPS

    A SMART ALTERNATIVE TO AN AIR CONDITIONER. Heating, cooling and dehumidifying, heat pumps have it all. Except, perhaps, a name that does their versatility justice. Heat pumps look and function the same as air conditioners for cooling, but in cool months when heat is called for they reverse operation to provide warmth for your home. An efficient heat pump can do this so effectively some homeowners in warmer climates rely exclusively on these units for year-round comfort. If you live in a colder environment, electric-powered heat pumps are great in combination with your oil- or gas-fueled furnace as a Hybrid Heat® solution, which can result in significant savings on your overall heating costs.

    We offer many different kinds of heat pump configurations. The most common is what’s called a split system. This simply means that your solution will have components that reside both inside and outside your home. The heat pump itself sits in your yard like a central air conditioner unit. Inside your home an evaporator coil to convert refrigerant and a blower motor to move the treated air is needed. Often this is a combination of your furnace attached to an evaporator coil, but sometimes, only a fan coil is used for both functions.

    INFINITY® SERIES HEAT PUMP WITH GREENSPEED™ INTELLIGENCE

    • Infinity® 20 Heat Pump With Greenspeed™ Intelligence 25VNA0

    INFINITY® SERIES HEAT PUMPS

    • Infinity® 19 Heat Pump 25HNB9
    • Infinity® 18VS Heat Pump 25VNA8
    • Infinity® 16 Heat Pump 25HNB6
    • Infinity® 16 Coastal Heat Pump 25HNB6
    • Infinity® 15 Heat Pump 25HNH5

    PERFORMANCE™ SERIES HEAT PUMPS

    • Performance™ 16 Heat Pump 25HCB6
    • Performance™ 15 Heat Pump 25HCC5
    • Performance™ 13 Heat Pump 25HCB3
    • Performance™ 13 Heat Pump 38QRR

    COMFORT™ SERIES HEAT PUMPS

    • Comfort™ 15 Heat Pump 25HBC5
    • Comfort™ 14 Heat Pump 25HCD4
    • Comfort™ 13 Heat Pump 25HCD3
    • Comfort™ 13 Coastal Heat Pump 25HBB3**C

CARRIER COOLING SYSTEMS

TURN TO THE EXPERTS

Think of your furnace as the heart of your home. In the winter, it’s essential to radiating warmth. During the summer, it plays a vital role in moving refreshing, conditioned air from your cooling system. And all year long, your furnace could provide constant air circulation to keep you more comfortable. Not only that, but many of our furnaces do it all so efficiently your own heart might skip a beat when you see how low your utility bill is. Some folks are perfectly happy with a basic-functionality furnace and others are looking for all the comfort bells and energy whistles. The good news is, whether you live in Janesville or Cambridge, we have a range of fuel-efficient furnaces so you can choose the ideal one for your home. And frankly, when it comes to efficiency, it doesn’t get much better than our Infinity® 98 modulating gas furnace with Greenspeed™ intelligence for unprecedented comfort and energy economy.

Carrier Cooling Products

  • AIR CONDITIONERS

    When sliced bread was invented in 1912, it was the greatest thing to happen since air conditioning. You see, our founder, Willis Carrier, invented the first modern air conditioning system in 1902. And carrier has been perfecting his idea ever since—while enjoying the occasional piece of toast. What kind of condition is your air conditioning in? Noisy? Uneven? If your old system just doesn’t make you feel the way you used to, we can help. 110 years after developing the world’s first modern air conditioner, our products continue to rank among the world’s best. Refreshingly energy efficient, quiet and durable, our air conditioning systems.

    INFINITY® SERIES AIR CONDITIONERS

    • Infinity® 21 Central Air Conditioner 24ANB1
    • Infinity® 19VS Central Air Conditioner 24VNA9
    • Infinity® 17 Central Air Conditioner 24ANB7
    • Infinity® 17 Coastal Air Conditioner 24ANB7**C
    • Infinity® 16 Central Air Conditioner 24ANB6

    PERFORMANCE™ SERIES AIR CONDITIONERS

    • Performance™ 17 Central Air Conditioner 24ACB7
    • Performance™ 16 Central Air Conditioner 24ACC6
    • Performance™ 13 Central Air Conditioner 24ACB3
    • Performance™ 13 Compact Central Air Conditioner 38HDR

    COMFORT™ SERIES AIR CONDITIONERS

    • Comfort™ 16 Central Air Conditioner 24ABC6
    • Comfort™ 13 Central Air Conditioner 24ABB3
    • Comfort™ 13 Coastal Air Conditioner 24ABB3**C
  • GEOTHERMAL

    ENERGY FROM EARTH’S BIGGEST POWER SOURCE: THE EARTH ITSELF. There’s an invaluable energy source buried right in your own backyard: The earth itself. Forget oil or gas, geothermal systems tap into the relatively consistent temperatures of your yard, pond or well. This ingenious technology runs on electricity but uses the earth’s thermal energy to pre-condition refrigerant used to heat and cool your home so you can enjoy higher energy efficiency inside—no matter how extreme the weather gets outside.

    Given the cost and instabilities around energy sources like oil, the federal government is encouraging use of energy-efficient heating and cooling system alternatives. That’s why Uncle Sam is willing to give you a tax credit of up to 30% on the cost of buying and installing a geothermal system. If your home has ductwork, forced-air or water-to-air heat pump models can supply treated air to heat and cool your home all year long. If you have a radiant or hydronic system instead, our water-to-water heat pump models are made for you—and your home. Our geothermal split systems are another way to go. Think of them as the geothermal equivalent of our popular Hybrid Heat® systems. This system can heat and cool your home year-round with a geothermal heat pump. But if you’re just getting into geothermal, you may find you have a perfectly good gas furnace or perhaps you just like the way gas heat feels on those arctic-cold days. With this system, you can choose to heat with either. Split systems also give you the flexibility of choosing a unit that sits inside or outside your home.

  • HEAT PUMPS

    A SMART ALTERNATIVE TO AN AIR CONDITIONER. Heating, cooling and dehumidifying, heat pumps have it all. Except, perhaps, a name that does their versatility justice. Heat pumps look and function the same as air conditioners for cooling, but in cool months when heat is called for they reverse operation to provide warmth for your home. An efficient heat pump can do this so effectively some homeowners in warmer climates rely exclusively on these units for year-round comfort. If you live in a colder environment, electric-powered heat pumps are great in combination with your oil- or gas-fueled furnace as a Hybrid Heat® solution, which can result in significant savings on your overall heating costs.

    We offer many different kinds of heat pump configurations. The most common is what’s called a split system. This simply means that your solution will have components that reside both inside and outside your home. The heat pump itself sits in your yard like a central air conditioner unit. Inside your home an evaporator coil to convert refrigerant and a blower motor to move the treated air is needed. Often this is a combination of your furnace attached to an evaporator coil, but sometimes, only a fan coil is used for both functions.

CONTACT AL BEYERS TODAY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CARRIER HEATING & COOLING PRODUCTS

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Janesville Location

4100 N Newville Rd, Janesville
OFFICE: (608) 752-6610
FAX: (608) 752-0923
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Cambridge Location

209 W. North Street, Cambridge
OFFICE: (608) 423-4480
FAX: (608) 423-4259
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Edgerton Location

Edgerton, WI 53534
OFFICE: (608) 884-4444
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