Carrier does not list specific prices for its air conditioning units on its website; instead, it groups them by price range and quality. Specific prices are available on a number of secondary resale websites. eBay, Amazon, and the AC Outlet all carry Carrier units and list specific prices.
Customers needing to repair or replace Carrier air conditioner parts can find what they need for sale at HVAC Parts Outlet, RepairClinic and Amazon.com, as of 2015. These three online retailers carry many parts that can help upgrade air conditioners or keep them running smoothly.
Carrier brand air conditioners, including 4-ton capacity models, are available for purchase from local heating, venting and air conditioning (HVAC) dealers. Additionally, these dealers typically install and troubleshoot the operation of new systems.
Several models of Carrier residential air conditioner in production as of 2015 are certified as energy efficient by the Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute. Many of these models are also certified as Energy Star-compliant by the Department of Energy.
Carrier does not sell any air conditioner covers as of 2015. However, there are a number of companies that produce generic covers that may fit Carrier brand air conditioners, which can be purchased at stores such as The Home Depot, Wal-Mart and Amazon.
The different types of air conditioners include window air conditioners, portable air conditioners, split or ductless air conditioners, tower air conditioners, and central air conditioners. Air conditioners are installed in windows, they have the ability to roll across the floor or they can be mount
There are five components that make up an air conditioners inner workings: an expansion valve, a condenser, an evaporator, a pump and a refrigerant liquid. All of these pieces work together in a process that allows the fluid to pull heat from the air.
Air conditioners work by removing warm air in an enclosed area and leaving only cooled air to circulate. The cooling effect is achieved by filtering the indoor air through evaporator coils with a cold refrigerant and streaming the cooled air back into the room. This process also effectively dehumidi
Carrier central air conditioners have seasonal energy efficiency ratios between 13.2 and 21, as of 2015. The Infinity model air conditioners hold the highest SEER ratings, followed by the Performance and Comfort models.
The four main parts of an air conditioner are the evaporator, condenser, expansion valve and compressor. A refrigerant, fans to blow cold and hot air, filters and a thermostat are also needed to ensure your air conditioning unit works properly.