Carrier Comfort Gas Furnace Reviews

carrier comfort series gas furnaceWhen you install a Carrier Comfort Gas Furnace you’ll appreciate how balanced the heat distribution is in your home. The variable speed fan is quiet, durable and easily circulates air to the most distant rooms. The furnace fires instantly with electronic ignition that eliminates the need for a fuel-wasting pilot light.

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6 Responses to “Carrier Comfort Gas Furnace Reviews”
  1. jorge says:

    I buy two carrier comfort furnaces for my home in Va 3 years ago. No problems, no complains, the systems have worked perfectly with no breakdowns.


  2. Jake says:

    PURE COMFORT! After dealing with the harsh winter last year and freezing all winter, we decided to upgrade our heating system and had a Carrier Comfort Gas Furnace installed over the summer. We have had quite a few very cold nights already this season and this system is the best money we’ve ever spent on our home! We love how evenly it distributes the heat and it is very quite!

    A+++++ for Carrier!


  3. Marie says:

    Not too thrilled we just had to pay $420 for labor, but at least the parts cost was covered by the manufacturer. 8 years old, it was our first break down, so I guess we cant complain right?

    The guy putting in the part said there was some kind of part recall on it last year or the year before… otherwise the part would not have been under warranty.

  4. pat says:

    Is this gas furnace quiet? our furnace is in a closet near our bedroom and we really want a quiet system.

  5. Mark says:

    Not sure exactly how quiet this unit is Pat… but you can always take a trip to your local home center and pick up some of the 3/4 inch thick sheet-insulation (like a piece of plywood, but lightweight insulation used on exteriors of homes) and pit it on the inside of the room where the furnace is. Inside of door, inside of walls of utility room, etc. Just make sure you don’t cover any type of vents anywhere.

  6. Juron says:

    we got a carrier comfort in our house man and the thing is always broke down! the guy that fixes it always gets her quick but we end up broke at least once every other month. tired of this crap. I wish it would just break so we could be buy a new one.