What AC Unit is Right For You

With summer here and the heat along with it, you can trust us to help find the right air conditioner for you. Today, we are highlighting four of the Carrier AC units we offer to make sure there is something for everyone.

Infinity® 19VS Central Air Conditioner

The Infinity 19VS Central Air Conditioner is one of the best! For starters, it has the ability to run at 25% of its full capacity which helps with saving energy. Along with that, it helps by eliminating humidity, keeps temperatures regulated and runs very quietly. Running at low speeds can also maximize efficiency if you have other utilities running, like an air purifier.

Infinity® 17 Central Air Conditioner

This AC unit is similar to the 19VS, but it stands out with its two stage compression. This allows the unit to keep everything cool at all times, while functioning at low-stage which allows maximum efficiency and lower humidity levels.

Performance™ 16 Central Air Conditioner

Are you looking for an AC unit that will fit into your system right away, is easy on your budget, and will last for a long time? Look no further than the Performance™ 16 Central Air Conditioner! While this unit may be on the inexpensive side, it will keep your living space cool all summer long and won’t cost you an arm and a leg. This unit is also known for its longevity, so you won’t have to replace it as long as it is taken care of properly by a trusted professional like we have on our team.

Comfort™ 13 Central Air Conditioner

The Comfort series of air conditioners is designed to give you simple, efficient and affordable cooling. If you want to save money and improve the efficiency of your unit, this may be the one for you. When paired with the right SEER-boosting indoor unit, your savings could be at an all-time high.

Clearly, there is something for everyone when searching for the right AC unit at Thompson. Call today to find out more about each of these air conditioners or to check on your current system with the team you can trust!

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