Authorized Carrier® Dealer in Washington Court House, OH

(740) 281-5312

We Are an Authorized Carrier® Dealer

With many years in the home heating and cooling business as a family-owned company with humble origins, we at Washington Court House Heating & Cooling are a proud Authorized Carrier® Dealer, installing and selling the full scope of air conditioning systems being manufactured by this company. Carrier is considered by many to be the world’s foremost comfort machine maker and original innovator of residential air conditioning systems.

We sell, repair, service and install a wide variety of Carrier’s fine products. In addition to air conditioning systems, this includes furnaces, heating systems, heat pumps and many more Indoor Air Quality and HVAC products. With each and every one of our Carrier installation jobs the company extends a factory warranty for parts in addition to our own in-house labor warranty. Carrier products are reputed to be highly reliable, smooth running and long lasting. They are energy efficient and built to last.

About Carrier®

An American corporation based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, Carrier Global Corporation was founded in 1915 as an independent company that made and distributed heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. The company has expanded to include manufacturing foodservice and commercial refrigeration equipment, and fire and security technologies.

Last year (2020), Carrier was an $18.6 billion company with over 53,000 employees serving customers in 160 countries on six continents. In 1979, Carrier was acquired by United Technologies. However, it was spun off as an independent company last year, as was the Otis Elevator Company.

Carrier is among the biggest names in this industry because its founder, Willis Carrier, is credited with inventing modern air conditioning in 1902. In 1915, Carrier and six other engineers together invested $32,600 to form the Carrier Engineering Corporation.

In 1920, the group purchased their first factory in Newark, New Jersey. By the 1950s, the corporation started marketing air conditioners to the residential market, which led to formerly sparsely populated areas, like the American Southwest, growing into sprawling suburbs.

In 1955, Carrier merged with Affiliated Gas Equipment, Inc., which owned the Bryant Heater Co., Day & Night Water Heater Co., and Payne Furnace & Supply Co. Carrier Corporation was acquired by United Technologies Corporation (UTC) in July 1979. Before the acquisition by UTC, Carrier Corporation was known as the Carrier Air Conditioning Company.

International Comfort Products (ICP), headquartered in Lewisburg, Tennessee, was acquired by Carrier in 1999. In the 1990s, Carrier stopped using the “Day & Night” brand (which was the “D” in the BDP division, or Bryant-Day & Night-Payne), but it was revived in 2006 by ICP. In 2001 Carrier was the “world’s largest manufacturer of air-conditioning, heating, and refrigerator equipment” with a “total employment of 42,600” and revenue of $8.9 billion.

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Carrier® systems are known for providing superior levels of comfort in a quiet and affordable manner. We at Washington Court House Heating & Cooling would be thrilled to install a Carrier, high-efficiency furnace, heat pump, air conditioner, or Indoor Air Quality system for you! We often can do the installation the same day you call.

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