Why Choose Carrier Factory Authorized Furnace and Air Conditioner Parts

Carrier Heating and Cooling System Repair

If you invested well in a Carrier product for your home, plan to take great care of that investment by following manufacturer’s guidelines for maintenance and care. Like all things, at some point, you may need a replacement part for a repair.  Why should you choose a Carrier Factory Authorized Part (FAP) for your repair?

The bottom line is that you should not compromise your Carrier appliance with generic parts – our heating, venting and cooling (HVAC) specialists recommend using only Carrier Factory Authorized Parts. Factory Authorized Parts are those furnace and air conditioner parts that have been designed and built specifically for your Carrier equipment. These parts are the perfect fit, restoring your equipment to its original performance.

If your equipment should need a new part, use a Minnesota heating and cooling dealer who is qualified to work on Carrier appliances and uses only Carrier Factory Authorized Parts. Using Carrier FAP will:

  • Preserve your HVAC system’s efficiency
  • Preserve your HVAC system’s sound requirements
  • Preserve the original manufacturer’s warranty
  • Are the only parts that meet rigorous factory run life design specifications

Replacing a part on a Carrier appliance with a lesser product can lead to long-term problems, so resist the temptation to spend less. Do it right the first time. Should you ever require a service call, ask your dealer to only use Carrier Factory Authorized Parts.

If you’re in need of a furnace or air conditioner repair in Minnesota, contact us at Stay Comfy, Minnesota to find a local specialist.

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For home maintenance and 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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