Learn more about the Minnesota network of Carrier Factory Authorized Dealers!

You trust your Minnesota heating and cooling expert to give you the knowledge and support you need to keep your home comfy all year long. But your Minnesota Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer goes one step further, they guarantee unparalleled service in every aspect of contact that you may have with them –  from your initial inquiry to sales and installation, maintenance, and repair.

All of the dealers in the Minnesota network have achieved the Factory Authorized Dealer designation indicating that they have met or exceeded our standards in service, product offerings, skills, and knowledge, as well as an offer of 100% Satisfaction Guarantee to their customers. This is signified by the Factory Authorized Dealer emblem.

Minnesota Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer

In order to receive the Factory Authorized Dealer distinction, dealers must meet rigorous standards based on their technical knowledge, business practices, customer service, as well as their use of Factory Authorized Parts whenever possible to achieve the highest level of performance for your equipment and meet sound requirements.

In order to meet these requirements, one half of each dealer’s service technicians must have earned North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certification.  NATE is the nation’s most prominent training program for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning professionals which provides certification pending completion of a training program and passage of a technical examination.

Minnesota Carrier

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