Reliable Carrier Ductless Comfort
The prospect of upgrading or installing new heating and cooling equipment can be daunting, especially when ductwork is involved. However, with a Carrier HVAC ductless system, it’s as simple as finding the perfect model for your heating and cooling needs. From new living spaces as a result of renovations to supplemental temperature control in any room of your home, a ductless system from Carrier can completely elevate the level of comfort in your residence.
Space heaters and window units can be unreliable, unsightly, and inefficient. With a Carrier ductless system, you’ll be receiving a sleek, reliable product that comes from the over 100 years of experience that come with a Carrier product. Plus, each model is designed with the highest standards of energy efficiency and ease of use, and we’re confident you’ll be completely satisfied with the results.
Carrier HVAC Ductless Systems offer:
- Powerful heating and cooling
- A variety of placement options
Understanding the Ductless Advantage
Instead of requiring extensive ductwork and a complicated installation process, a Carrier HVAC ductless system is installed without the need for ducts. With a variety of models, we can find the right style that won’t detract from the aesthetics of the designated room, but simply enhance your comfort without detracting from your available space. From high-wall and ceiling units to floor models and cassette options, our team can help you find the perfect fit for any area in your home.
With quiet, powerful temperature control, a ductless system from Carrier will allow you to control the temperature in a specific living space, instead of requiring a single system to try and meet the heating or cooling needs of an entire home. This approach allows you for total control and gives you the flexibility to have each room meet the unique temperature desires of anyone in that space.
Since 1973, Loren’s Heating & Air has been providing the best in home comfort services for Salem, OR, and the surrounding communities. We’re an Oregon Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, and maintain an A+ rating with the BBB. Our NATE-certified technicians are here to help you achieve the highest quality of heating and cooling comfort in your home. To learn more about the Carrier ductless systems we maintain and install, please contact our team today!
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Why should I get a new HVAC system?It can often be difficult for home and business owners to tell if it’s time to upgrade their heating and cooling system. Loren's Heating & Air can assist you in this process. We want you to understand the pros and cons of continuing to repair and maintain your current system versus upgrading and making the investment in a new system. Some of the most important things to consider are increased energy efficiency, updated components, rebates and incentives, better home comfort and indoor air quality, and more effective heating and cooling.
Why are air conditioner efficiency ratings important?In 2006, the Federal Government made it mandatory for all central air conditioning systems to have a minimum SEER of 13. SEER, or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, is a measure of the cooling system’s performance. On the highest end of performance, cooling units are rated as high 23 SEER. As with anything, the better performance, the higher the cost. For a system with moderate to good efficiency, you should look for a model with a SEER rating of between 14 and 18. The EER, or the Energy Efficiency Rating, provides an indication of the cooling capacity of the system that you’ve had installed. The higher the EER number, the better the system’s cooling capacity.
What are the different types of air conditioner refrigerant?If you have an air conditioning system that requires the old type of refrigerant, R-22, your system is still usable but only reclaimed or recycled R-22 can be used to service your air conditioner. R410-A is now the required standard for newer systems and has less environmental impact relative to the older refrigerant. Eventually, you will need to replace your air conditioner with one that uses R410-A, or have it modified so that it can use R410-A. The type of refrigerant your AC uses is only one of many reasons to consider upgrading, and if your existing unit is outdated, now might be a good time to look into having it replaced to boost energy efficiency, lessen environmental impact, and make sure you are operating a safe system. Not only will an upgraded cooling system make it easier to have your unit serviced, but it’ll also save you money on your annual cooling costs. Loren's Heating & Air in Salem, OR, offers the highest quality air conditioner replacement services.
How is furnace efficiency measured?Furnace energy efficiency is calculated with the AFUE, or the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency rating. The AFUE is a rating that compares how much heat a furnace will produce relative to the amount of energy necessary to produce the heat. If a furnace is rated at 85 percent AFUE, it means 15 percent of the energy used is lost and 85 percent actually becomes heat for your home or business.
What is indoor air quality and why is it important?Indoor air quality, or IAQ, is a measurement of the amount of airborne particles and pollutants inside your home or building. Because properties are being constructed to be more energy efficient, they are also becoming more airtight, meaning that fresh air often does not have a way to enter and circulate. This is one of the reasons why the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that indoor air can be 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air, leading to a host of allergy and respiratory issues. Fortunately, IAQ products such as air filters, air purifiers, and humidifiers work in conjunction with your central AC and heating unit to decrease the prevalence of dust, dander, bacteria, viruses, mold spores, and other potentially harmful particles in your indoor air. Our team can work with you to find the right solution to fit your needs.
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