Carrier Thermostats: Good, Better and Best
If you have a Carrier furnace, you probably want a thermostat that equals in quality. And being that thermostats are the gateway to managing energy use and costs, you are going to want to know what options are out there before you switch out the old for a new and improved model. Carrier offers a number of thermostats for their furnaces, in a range of good, better and best quality.
Comfort Series thermostats are offered in large or small screen, programmable or non-programmable, and are a solid economical solution for you at a very reasonable cost.
Carrier offers two options in this ‘better’ thermostat category, with several models to choose from each. These work with Carrier Performance or Comfort Series Systems.
Comfortzone II Series
If you desire flexibility and customized comfort of zoning, this thermostat allows programming temperature and humidity levels in seven independent day cycles, with options for 2, 4, or 8 zones. All from one control!
Performance Series Edge Thermostats
These thermostats feature stylish, ultra-thin designs with easy to use and read screens. Available in both programmable and non-programmable options, these thermostats provide precise adjustments for temp and humidity.
If you’re looking for the highest degree of comfort management, the Infinity Series Control thermostat is the one for you. It’s designed for Infinity System products and is the only system in the industry that allows you to control temperature, humidity, air quality, fan speed, ventilation; and even detects when your air filter needs replacing. And it allows up to eight zones of temperature and fan speed control, for maximum flexibility and comfort throughout your home. There is also an optional Remote Access Kit, which lets you adjust your home settings for unexpected times away from home.
Regardless of your budget, Carrier has a thermostat for you and your furnace. Consult your local qualified Carrier dealer to determine the good, better or best thermostat option for your home.
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