Total home comfort is about more than heating and cooling

You may not have control over what the weather is doing outside your home, but with Carrier® comfort technology you will be in complete control of the climate inside your home.

The complete line of Carrier products includes something for every budget and every comfort need.

Cleaner, fresher air is possible with Carrier’s Infinity® air purifier. It can work continuously to filter out up to 95% of particles as small as .30 microns and has been proven effective at killing 13 common pathogens. Better yet, this air purifier kills or inactivates up to 99% of everything it captures to keep your air healthier.

Efficiency is just one way to save money on your energy bills. With an Infinity® Touch control you can also save with features like Touch’n’Go® programming and advanced smart setback where the control actively gauges indoor and outdoor conditions to determine the best way to save energy dollars but still have your home the perfect temperature when you return.

Sleep easier at night knowing that your family is protected from carbon monoxide. This colorless, tasteless, odorless and highly toxic gas causes an estimated 15,000 emergency room visits and 500 unintentional deaths in the U.S. each year. The good news is, reducing the danger to your family could be as simple as installing a Carrier carbon monoxide alarm.

These technologies are just a few of the ways Carrier is working towards improving your total home comfort. There’s lots more to see and learn over at Carrier.com/HomeComfort.

If you’re interested in learning more about any of these products or technologies, contact your local Minnesota Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer. You can find the one closest to you at StayComfyMinnesota.com.

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For more energy saving and home comfort tips, visit StayComfyMinnesota.com! Stay Comfy, Minnesota is your Minnesota resource for air conditioning repair, furnace repair and HVAC tips and advice.

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