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Carrier furnaces provide the optimal combination of comfortable heating and energy efficiency—which means you’ll save more money while doing your part for the environment.
When shopping for a furnace, consider the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) rating, which indicates what percentage of the energy is being converted to heat. The higher the rating, the more energy efficient—meaning you’ll save more money.
Also, keep in mind that the furnace should be quiet, easy to operate, and reliable. No matter what type of fuel or heat source your home has, there’s an innovative Carrier gas, oil or electric furnace for you.
Home Comfort Canada will answer your questions and help you select a new, energy-efficient Gas Furnace to heat your home and help you save on energy costs. Give us a call to arrange for an in-home consultation 1-855-567-4183.
The Infinity® 98 furnace delivers precision comfort with Greenspeed™ intelligence. This is the most advanced Carrier® furnace ever made. Its unique design innovations achieve unprecedented efficiency and quiet.
Backed by the intelligent Infinity control and a variable-speed blower, this furnace will run in low stage up to 90% of the time. Longer, low-stage run times give you better energy efficiency, better temperature control and increased comfort. It also assures you quieter performance.
Supported by the Performance Edge® thermostat and a variable-speed blower motor, this furnace will run in low stage up to 90% of the time. Longer, low-stage run times give you better energy efficiency, better temperature control and increased comfort. It also assures you quieter performance.
The multi-speed blower motor of this energy-efficient Performance™ Boost furnace can do more than just add to your comfort. Paired with the right cooling system, it can actually boost SEER levels to help you save on energy costs all year round.
The Comfort™ 95 condensing gas furnace delivers on energy efficiency, achieving up to 95.5% AFUE. This means that for every dollar you spend on natural gas, over 95 cents is used in heating your home.