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Here is a Carrier heating and cooling system we installed in San Gabriel, CA. The homeowners had lived in the home for 40 years and had never had air conditioning. Once it was installed, they were so elated, and were astonished at how comfortable the home was in the summertime, and pleasantly surprised at how little it cost to operate the system.
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This new installation of a Carrier attic central heating and air conditioning system in Arcadia, CA required us to work in a very tight attic. We were able to insert the #furnace and evaporative coil, and still have enough room to hang the furnace and install a safety/secondary pan under the evaporative coil. Many customers are concerned that their attics are too small to house their central system, but our skilled professionals have years and years of experience at working in small attics.
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We replaced an old system that had a condensate leak and a refrigerant leak at a home in Rosemead, CA. Bryant Heating and #AirConditioning installed a new system with safety/secondary condensate pan, so we can provide the customer with peace of mind on ceiling leaks coming from a plugged up evaporative coil. The system is hung from the roof rafters to minimize noise and vibration.
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Our location on Las Tunas Drive has been our home for over 60 years. Our building sign and our clock are familiar and comfortable sights for the San Gabriel Valley commuters, who use our clock as a checkpoint on the way to work. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant, our founders, built this building in the early 50's. It has served as our home and the origination point for thousands of happy customers throughout our 69 years in business.
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This is an an older closet furnace system at a home in Arcadia, CA. This new Carrier central heating and #airconditioning split system was moved to the attic to provide the family with more closet space as well as eliminate the noise in the bedroom hallway that came from the furnace in the closet. It is routine for us to move furnaces from closets in the living space to the attic. This provides the homeowner with additional space and a quieter system. Attic systems are suspended from the roof rafters so that noise and vibration are not transferred to the ceiling.
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This homeowner in Pasadena, CA needed a new central heating and air conditioning split system installed in the California basement under the house. The new Carrier furnace is a 95% ultra high efficient #furnace, which is in most cases is eligible for a rebate from SoCal Gas. A 95% furnace means that only 5% of the heat created by the flame is lost to the exhaust system. Most existing older furnaces lose anywhere from 20-40% of the heat they create through the exhaust flue.
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We installed a new Carrier energy efficient air conditioner in the rear of a Glendale, CA house. The refrigerant lines come from the attic, and are housed inside of a two-piece metal covering, and painted the same color of the house to blend in with the home. Even though there is a cement pad in place, we still elevate the unit up off ground level on a new pre-formed pad, and secure the unit to that pad.
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Bryant installed a new Carrier heating and A/C central split system in Alhambra, CA. Many homes in the San Gabriel Valley do not have central heating and air, and rely upon floor or wall heaters and window #airconditioners. Newly installed and energy efficient central systems provide better utilization of your money spent on energy costs, provide significantly greater comfort and increase the value of your home.
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This Carrier central #splitsystem installation in Alhambra, CA included replacing an old energy-draining central heating and air conditioning system. We installed new equipment, and suspended the furnace and ductwork to minimize noise and vibration. We enlarged the return air opening, because the old return air opening was too small for the size of the system, choking off some of the system capability. In older homes, it is common for the return air opening to be too small for the system. When the return air is too small, it reduces the output of the system and also increases the wear and tear on the system.
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This customer had an old system that originally came with the house. We removed the old equipment, and installed new Carrier energy efficient heating and cooling equipment in his Pasadena, CA home. Because it is a closet furnace, we selected a #furnace with a lined blower compartment that would be quieter than the older unit. We installed new air conditioning equipment as well and replaced their older original ductwork with new code compliant fiberglass insulated ducts. The new ductwork is significantly more energy efficient, and coupled with new energy heating and cooling, the homeowner will be saving a lot on energy bills in the future.
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