Los Angeles/Orange County CA Companies

Air Conditioning (AC) and Cooling

A well-maintained air conditioner (AC) will provide your home with reliable service for 10 to 15 years. But if you start to notice an uptick in your energy bills, along with more frequent repair calls, consider purchasing a new model.

One of our Carrier Cooling Factory Authorized Dealers can help you select an energy-efficient air conditioning unit that fits your budget and needs. We can integrate your new air conditioner with your existing furnace and ductwork, or help you switch to a ductless system.

Do you hear strange mechanical sounds coming from your outdoor condenser unit? Does your home suffer from uneven temperature spots? If you detect an issue with your air conditioning unit, call our repair team right away. Your air conditioner not only helps maintain a comfortable temperature but also improves your indoor air quality (IAQ).

Our dealers offer accurate, up-front quotes on all our work. Be sure to ask about preventative maintenance and how to claim your free offer when booking through this site.

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Ductless Systems

Did you know ductless systems can lower your monthly utility bills and improve your indoor air quality (IAQ)? Ducts tend to accumulate debris over time, restricting the airflow and dispersing dust in your home.

Clogged ductwork can also stress your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment—leaving you with higher operating costs and a less efficient system.

A ductless mini split does not use air ducts. Instead, it teams up an outdoor unit with an indoor air handler to provide direct comfort to every room. Our Carrier Cooling Center has Factory Authorized Dealers and specialists ready to help install a ductless system in your home. Find a dealer today.

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Furnaces

Purchasing a new furnace for your home is a big investment—you can trust one of the Carrier Factory Authorized Dealers on our site to help you choose the right system that will accommodate your needs and operating budget.

In general, a colder climate calls for more energy-efficient models, with an AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency) rating of 90 or above to meet your comfort demands. Our dealers offer options for all different climates. You can decide between a single-stage furnace with one setting or a variable-speed furnace that offers more precise control. Find a dealer today.

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Heat Pumps

Are you looking to go green and reduce your home’s carbon emissions? Consider installing a heat pump. These reliable systems use electricity to transfer energy rather than burning fuel to generate energy.

They do the job of your home’s air conditioner (AC) and furnace at a much lower operating cost. Plus, you can offset installation costs through federal tax incentives. Find a dealer today on our Carrier Cooling Center site and call today to schedule a consultation. Be sure you ask about how to claim your free offer when booking through this site.

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Indoor Air Quality

Take control of your indoor air quality (IAQ). Ventilate your home, clean and seal your air ducts, and regularly change your furnace air filter. Replace old and inefficient heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment to improve your indoor air quality and lower your energy use.

Find Carrier Factory Authorized Dealers on our site for your next home project. Our dealers don’t take shortcuts on projects or repairs, and our teams put great store in doing things the right way.

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Zone Control Systems

Why heat an empty room? Our zone control systems offer you precision comfort by allowing you to create individual temperature zones throughout your home.

The heating and cooling experts you will find through this site can set up a zoning system in your home based on your specifications. Find Carrier Factory Authorized Dealers today. Be sure to ask about claiming your free offer when you book service through this site.

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