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Electric Furnaces

Electric is the cheapest way to go in terms of initial costs. Electric furnaces don’t require special venting, fuel pipes or storage tanks. They’re easy to maintain. The units are small and inexpensive to install. They tend to be fairly safe since there’s no fuel combustion involved. And they last a long time – 15 to 20 years on average. Unfortunately, electric furnaces, though more efficient than they were 10 years

Gas Furnaces

Natural gas furnaces often cost a bit more than electric, and unless you’re replacing an existing unit, they come with the added expense of putting in gas lines from the street and building extensive ductwork. But they’re usually much more efficient, and that can translate to lower utility bills. A fairly abundant resource in the United States, natural gas has become a relatively inexpensive fuel source. Natural gas furnaces also have the advantage of warming up the home extremely quickly compared to other fuels, so consider that you’re not only paying for efficiency, you’re paying for convenience and comfo

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The first machine conditioner was built in 1902 by an inventor named Willis Carrier in an attempt to prevent paper from wrinkling in the heat and humidity at the Sackett-Wilhelms Lithographing and Publishing Company in Brooklyn. Soon, industrial buildings and hospitals began adopting the technology. The first person to air condition his private home was Charles Gates, son of industrialist and profligate gambler John Gates, who set up a cumbersome system at his house in Minneapolis in 1914. (Minneapolis seems like an odd place for the first home air conditioner, but, hey, if you’ve got the cash, who’s to stop you?)

In the 1920s, innovations made air conditioning units smaller and safer (older versions had used a toxic coolant). During the Depression, few places could afford to install the systems, but one venue saw returns on such an investment:movie theaters. The air conditioning in theaters became an attraction in itself, and people flocked to them. Not coincidentally, what many consider Hollywood’s Golden Age began around the same time.

It was during the postwar period that air conditioning arrived en masse in American homes, with more than one million units sold in 1953. The machines were heavily promoted by two key industries. Air conditioning served the needs of homebuilders eager to build huge numbers of cheap houses and utilities were only too happy to keep ramping up electricity sales to the burgeoning suburbs. AC for cars became a status symbol, too, so much so that some people without it supposedly drove around with their windows up in 100 degree heat to give an impression otherwise. The suburban American dream was built on the sweat of air conditioners.


Summer is for relaxing, not battling the heat. A Carrier central air conditioner allows you to rest comfortably day or night while eliminating the worry about your next utility bill. Each of our central air conditioning systems are designed to give you a cooler, happier life. So whether you’re hosting a summer get together or having a movie night in, you can relax peacefully knowing your home cooling needs are backed by a Trane air conditioner.

The benefits of owning a Trane central air conditioning unit do not end after installation. Each AC unit is backed with a Trane warranty, guaranteeing a cooler, more comfortable home year round. Call TODAY 


  • WeatherArmor™ Ultra protection

  • Non-ozone depleting Puron® refrigerant

  • 10-year parts limited warranty2

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  • Up to 20.5 SEER

  • Up to 16 EER

  • Up to 13 HSPF

  • All sizes achieve ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient 2014 designation


  • Optimal summer dehumidification

  • Load matching performance with speed ranges between 40 and 100%

  • Cold weather performance: exceptional heating capacity at outside temperatures in the teens.

  • Hybrid Heat® system compatible

  • Sound: as low as 58 decibels1


  • Greenspeed intelligence

  • Variable-speed compressor

  • System-protecting, high pressure switch and low pressure transducer

  • Sound reduction: compressor sound blanket, Silencer System II™ design and forward swept fan blades

  • Filter drier

  • Infinity level advanced diagnostic intelligence

  • Recommended control: Infinity control


  • 2-5 ton


  • 208-230 V


  • Heavy-gauge, galvanized steel construction

  • Baked-on, durable powder coat paint

  • Steel, louvered coil guard

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