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Carrier Air Conditioning: A Global Leader

Carrier Corporation has several various divisions consisting of the retail and commercial sectors that sell Carrier air conditioning, heating and refrigeration products and services. In addition, there is a commercial HVAC structure an industrial department,a refrigeration and food service department, a transportation department and a passenger comfort department that focuses on climate control for marine vessels, busses and recreational vehicles. These various divisions all aim to enhance the efficiency and power saving attributes of their items along with promote ecological awareness and choices for recycling and innovations in various cooling and heating systems.

Among these cutting-edge cooling and heating systems that uses Carrier air conditioning technology is the hybrid heat dual fuel system. These systems, both heating and Carrier air conditioning systems, are able to sense the temperature and heating or cooling needs, and adjust the type of fuel they are utilizing to help reduce fuel bills. The systems are set to run off of the lowest energy source when heating and cooling requirements are low or moderate, but, when the temperature becomes really cold or really hot, the system automatically switches to the most efficient fuel source under these conditions. In essence, the system only uses the most expensive fuel when there is a requirement for immediate heat or cold, switching back to the less expensive system for the ordinary operation of the heating or cooling unit.

All Carrier air conditioning products come rated with a SEER number. The SEER score (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) that is shown with each unit allows homeowners to choose the most energy efficient product for their home cooling needs. The higher the SEER number the more efficient the air conditioner is running. The United States government regulatory agency requires a SEER number of 13 for all brand-new items on the market. Carrier air conditioning units normally vary from 13 all the way up to 21, which offers a considerable decrease in the amount of energy needed to produce the same amount of cooling as a lower SEER rated air conditioner would. Talking to an expert that is familiar with Carrier air conditioning units and items will help figure out which air conditioning unit best meets the needs for your home cooling.Company\nhttp://lakeshtg.com

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