Dhaka, Bangladesh (PressExposure) February 28, 2012 -- We are excited to welcome Vanderford Air to the Carrier family," said Rick Sanfrey, president of Carrier Residential North America. "Carrier dealers are noted for their ability to provide personal follow-up and quick, knowledgeable solutions to home comfort problems. They also stay ahead of the industry by utilizing specialized training they receive through Carrier University. Vanderford Air will be a strong addition to our nationwide group of core dealers."
Vanderford Air has been proudly serving the South Houston to Galveston Bay area for over 35 years, Vanderford Air is a second generation family owned and operated business dedicated to providing the highest level of quality in all air conditioning and heating services. With the latest, most advanced air conditioning and heating equipment and a highly experienced technical staff, they have the tools to handle any task, big or small for your home. Visit http://www.VanderfordAir.com for more information.
About Carrier Corp.
Carrier Corp., headquartered in Farmington, Conn., is the world's largest provider of heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration solutions, with operations in more than 170 countries. Carrier is part of United Technologies Corp., a Hartford, Connecticut-based provider of products and services to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide. Visit http://www.carrier.com for more information.
This two-stage furnace can remain at low speed, allowing it to automatically adjust to a desired temperature. Many consumers do not realize that although their thermostat is set to a certain temperature, the temperature of the air in the house can fluctuate one degree up or down causing a noticeable difference in comfort.
"With traditional furnaces, homeowners might notice a change in temperature just before their furnace turns on and just after the furnace turns off," said Nathan Floyd, Carrier's product manager for gas furnaces. "With the Infinity IdealComfort System, there is no noticeable change because it maintains the temperature more tightly to the set point than standard single-stage gas furnaces."