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If you’re looking at replacing your AC system, the Bart’s Heating and Air powered by homework calculator is the quickest way to see what your options are and get educated on what you need for your home.

And since we love our neighbors, we are offering 10% off AC system installs for you until June 30, 2022! Your discounted total will be shown in the below calculator.

Carrier Comfort Series is the most popular system for our customers for a reason. Efficient, reliable and priced well its hard to find a gooder option out there.

Carrier Performance Series offers that perfect balance between budget limits you may have today and your desire for long-term energy savings.

Carrier Infinity Series is a full range of top-of-the-line heating and cooling products—from traditional single-stage models to the fully variable-speed models with Greenspeed® Intelligence. These products work together seamlessly to let you customize your home’s indoor environment, while also giving you information to make smarter decisions about energy management.

The gas vs electric heat pump comparison obviously starts with fuel source, but there are some significant differences between the two in terms of installation and operating costs, expected lifetime and climates for which they are best suited.

Natural gas furnaces typically heat the home faster because they can generate warm air at higher temperatures than an electrical heat system. Because of this and due to generally lower costs for natural gas, these furnaces are best suited for colder, northern climates where the heating season is longer and more intense.

Keep in mind that other differences between gas and electric furnaces include installation and maintenance costs and expected lifespan. In these areas, electric models can have the advantage. Electric furnaces don’t require venting systems or gas hookups and can cost less to purchase and install. Gas furnaces also require more standard maintenance, so those costs will be higher as well. Electric units are often quieter than gas models and often can last longer too.

*Disclaimer: As we try to be transparent on pricing, we want you to know that this calculator will get you as accurate a price as we can give without seeing your home and system.  We can always give our best price after evaluating your system. This only covers replacement of current system.  Additional duct work, plenums and other work outside normal scope may cost extra.

We offer financing options through Wells Fargo. Click below for details.

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