Carrier Infinity Series System HVAC Review
Quite a few visitors have been coming in looking for system reviews, so I thought I would start a new series of posts, geared around specific units, and reviewing why you may or may not, want to install them. Today, we start with a Carrier HVAC System, the top end Carrier infinity System Review.
Carrier Infinity HVAC System Review
If you got this far, chances are pretty good you are already interested in a top of the line HVAC system. If you are price shopping, this review is not for you… the Carrier infinity Systems are one of, if not THE, most advanced residential HVAC system on the market, and along with that advanced technology, comes a much higher pricetag!
What is a Carrier Infinity System?
The reason you see the word “system” after the name, is because the Carrier Infinity Systems work best when all components are perfectly matched to each other. The Infinity series is referred to as a “Communicating” system, since each of the components communicates with the others to achieve a perfect balance of comfort and efficiency. This means you want to be sure the following items are matched:
- Infinity Gas Furnaces or Air Handlers
- Infinity Air Conditioner or Carrier Infinity Heat Pump
- Infinity Thermostat Control System
- Infinity Air Cleaners (Infinity air filters)
- Infinity Whole House Humidifier
- Infinity Zoning Systems (optional)
With the way the variable speed blowers in the Infinity Systems work, they can maintain a 1-2 degree temp range in your home very easily! The system will automatically adjust the cfm of the blower to distribute a slow and steady stream of heating and cooling in your home, versus blasting on for XX number of minutes each time the unit turns on.
Every function of the Infinity systems are monitored by sensors, which in turn communicate with the control system. If one of the sensors detects low airflow, it automatically calls for an increase! If it detects problems, it automatically shuts the unit off to prevent damage. Even if your filters are dirty, the control system will let you know that it needs to be changed due to low airflow!
What Does a Carrier Infinity System Cost?
Compared to other types of units on the market, the Carrier infinity Systems are a bit pricey! You can reasonably expect to pay at least 2 times the cost of a standard changeout to have it installed by a Carrier Contractor!
- A Typical changeout that costs between $3500-$6000 will easily cost $8000-$13000 for an Infinity System!
- Get 3 Free Carrier Infinity Price Quotes Now
While most will consider this out of bounds, keep in mind that the contractor installing your Carrier Infinity system DOES need some additional expertise to make sure your system is perfectly matched and installed properly.
Efficiency wise – you may never recoup the extra cost for ultimate indoor comfort, but your indoor air quality will be considerably higher than that of a standard HVAC system.
Buying Carrier Infinity Online
Carrier is actually one of the few companies that came right out and said they do not honor Internet purchases under warranty. From a user perspective, I can find and buy several Carrier systems on the web right now, that they could instantly have removed from places like eBay if they truly wanted to. It’s a catch 22 – they want to honor their Contractors by saying they don’t honor online sales… but at the same time, they don’t stop them from happening!
Best Way To Buy a Carrier Infinity System
Bottom Line – If you really want a Carrier Infinity System – you are better off getting Free HVAC Quotes from Local Contractors in your area. This way you can be sure you are not only covered by the Carrier Warranty, but also get the Best Price on a Carrier Infinity!
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