Carrier Infinity Heat Pump Review
Carrier Infinity Heat Pump is the most advanced (and also expensive) heat pumps in the Carrier heating and cooling products line up! The infinity heat pumps have two stage compressors, that are capable of two levels of operation, a low stage for longer running, but lower energy use and a high stage, that is available for high load times and faster cooling! According to Carrier, properly sized equipment will operate 80% of the time in the low stage, enhancing efficiency and comfort with lower humidity levels and quieter operation. It’s like getting two heat pumps in one system!
Carrier Infinity Heat Pump Ratings
The Infinity Series has been rated with an Energy Star Rating, which means it qualifies for HVAC tax credits, and you should check with your contractor for the specific ratings and credits. The Infinity 19 Heat Pumps were designed with a combination of 19.0 SEER and an 9.5 HSFP, has a heating capacity of 24,000 to 60,000 Btu’s and a cooling capacity of 2 to 5 tons.
- 2 Models to Choose from, Infinity 16 25HNA6 & Infinity 19 25HNA9
- Up to 19 SEER, 9.5 HSPF
- 2-Stage Scroll Compressor in Infinity 19
- 2-Stage Reciprocating Compressor in Infinity 16
- Silencer Compressor Blankets Reduce Sound Levels
- 10 Year Warranty
- 2-5 Ton Cooling Capacities
- 24,000-60,000 btu Heating Capacities
Carrier Infinity Heat Pump Prices
Since the Carrier Infinity Heat Pump is the top end of the scale for heat pump systems, you will pay a premium not only for the equipment, but for the company installing the unit as well!
Based on installing the Heat Pump Condenser, Infinity Air handler and Infinity Control Thermostat, you can expect your installed cost to be in the following ranges:
- 2-Ton Infinity Heat Pump Price: $6500 – $8500
- 3-Ton Infinity Heat Pump Price: $7500 – $9500
- 4-Ton Infinity Heat Pump Price: $8500 – $11,000
- 5-Ton Infinity Heat Pump Price: $9500 – $13,500
** There are MANY variables in determining your actual cost and only a Qualified HVAC Contractor is going to be able to provide an exact estimate, based on your homes unique needs.
Carrier Heat Pump Buying Tips
When choosing a heat pump you want to make sure that has a high SEER, which is a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. The higher the number the better the heat pump. All new heat pumps from Carrier offer a pump ratio of 13.0 through 19.0. The heat pump also offers a Heating and Seasonal Performance Factor or HSPF rating, like SEER the higher the ratio the better the pump will work. Most new pumps offer a rating of 7.7 and a 9.0 HSPF.
The Carrier Infinity Series Heat Pump offers up to a 19 SEER and a 9 HSPF, this means that these pumps offer high efficient and will work to bring the best operation of any pump in the business. The better the efficiency the more money you will save in the winter.
A Bit About Carrier
Carrier is one of the best in the business. They have been servicing the public since 1902; their employees know their products backwards and forwards. They have expert installer who can do the job right and answer any questions that you may have. Carrier has not been named the best heating and cooling company for nothing. Their customer service stands out as does their high quality products. Next time you need to replace a heating or cooling item, check out Carrier, they have everything that you need and more.