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Carrier Central Air Conditioner Prices

When it comes to investing in a new air conditioning unit, you want to make sure you are getting the best system money can buy. With all the brands and models on the market today, it can be difficult to determine which unit will be best for you. Fortunately, ACE Home Services is here to help you find a great central HVAC system at a great price. We proudly carry Carrier units and offer a wide variety of systems, from split-systems to ductless.

Keep reading to learn more about our Carrier systems and how to determine which one will best fit your budget and your home.

Comparing Series

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Carrier offers three different series of air conditioners: Performance, Infinity, and Comfort. The Performance series is a middle-end unit, with a SEER rating of 13-17 (ex: carrier 13 seer air conditioner). The Infinity series are high-end systems that are about 20% more efficient than the other series and have an average SEER rating of 19-21. These units are quiet and are great for people who are sensitive to noise. The Comfort series are great for short-term housing, in which they have a SEER rating of 13-14. These units are a bit louder than the others but are more affordable and preferred for homeowners on a budget.

Prices by Model


The following are average prices you can expect to pay for each type of model. Prices can vary between companies so it’s important to remember these are just estimates.

Interested in a Carrier 13 Seer Air Conditioner Unit Price? Call ACE!

If you are looking for a carrier air conditioning unit price, then it’s time to call a company you can trust. Our experienced and certified HVAC technicians will come to your home, examine your home, and help you find the perfect Carrier system for your home. Available to you 24/7, contact your friends at ACE Home Services today at (602) 428-3341 . You can trust your place with ACE!

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