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Top Carrier Dealers in Columbus, Ohio


Since 1902, Carrier has been at the forefront of the HVAC industry when it invented the modern air conditioner and maintained that standard of innovation through to today. In this video we’ll discuss the top Carrier dealers in Columbus, Ohio.

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Fire & Ice Heating and Air Conditioning proudly serves Columbus, Ohio and the surrounding areas. Our service area includes Bexley, Blacklick, Canal Winchester, Columbus, Delaware, Dublin, Gahanna, Galena, Galloway, Grandview, Grove City, Hilliard, Lewis Center, New Albany, Obetz, Pataskala, Pickerington, Powell, Reynoldsburg, Sunbury, Upper Arlington, Westerville, Whitehall, and Worthington.

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Since 1902, Carrier has been at the forefront of the HVAC industry when it invented the modern air conditioner and maintained that standard of innovation through to today. In this video we’ll discuss the top Carrier dealers in Columbus, Ohio.

Hi, I’m Luke from Fire & Ice. As a Carrier dealer here in Central Ohio, we have installed thousands of Carrier air conditioners, furnaces, and heat pumps over the years. Over and over again our customers tell us just how much they appreciate the equipment for its quality and reliability. And quite honestly, it's one of the main reasons we chose Carrier as one of the many HVAC lines out there because we trust their products match the quality our customers deserve. But we’re often asked what we think of other Carrier dealers in the area. And since we strongly believe in answering every question our customers asked, we’ve come up with an alphabetical list of the top Carrier dealers in Columbus. 

Top Carrier Dealers in Columbus Ohio

Starting off our list is Arctic Air which is located in New Albany and is a part of Service Now Network. They are a Carrier Factory Authorized dealer and offer repair and replacements for furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps as well as offer air duct cleaning, duct repair and more.

Next up is Buckeye Heating and Cooling. They are located in Worthington and service the Columbus, Ohio region. They offer repair and replacements on HVAC equipment and also offer indoor air quality services.

Third on our list is Favret Heating and Cooling and they have been providing residential and commercial heating and cooling services in Central Ohio since 1924. They too offer repair and replacement services on air conditioners, heat pumps, and furnaces as well as emergency heating and cooling repair.

Next is KMA Electric Heating and Cooling. They are based out of Newark, Ohio and have a secondary office in Columbus,. They have been in business since 1996 and alongside HVAC they provide electrical repairs and installation as well. 

Fourth, is Quality Air Heating and Air Conditioning. They are located in Columbus and have been providing HVAC services since 1983. They are a factory authorized Carrier dealer and offer indoor air quality services as well as repair and replacement on furnaces, air conditioners, and heat pumps. They also offer 24-hour emergency service. 

Last on our list is TechnoAir HVAC Incorporated. They are based out of Grove City and serve the Greater Columbus area. They offer indoor air quality services, provide furnace and air conditioner replacements and repairs, 24-hour emergency service, and ductless mini-split installation.

Choose the Right HVAC Contractor in Columbus, Ohio

We understand that there are a lot of options to choose from when it comes to picking an HVAC company to work with. And with so many choices it can be difficult to choose the right one. . Carrier equipment is known for its reliability and high standard for innovation, and the same should go from the HVAC contractor you decide to work with. To help, we’ve identified 5 things you should look for when choosing an HVAC contractor.

First is the standards and care they set for their employees. Are they independent contractors or W2’d employees with benefits? From our experience, systems installed or repaired b independent contractors are often poor and end up costing the customer in the long run due to premature breakdowns. That’s why all of our employees are accountable for the quality of work they do, not just the amount of work they do.

Next is training practices. At Fire & Ice we believe in continuing education and have invested in Central Ohio’s largest training center. Each year our technicians undergo over 200 hours of hands-on training every year to hone their craft. This way they’re learning in a controlled environment and not on the job. We also encourage and reimburse our technicians for any certifications they achieve.

The third thing to consider is the sales tactics used. If you’ve ever experience high-pressure sales, you know just how painful it can be. At Fire & Ice we understand deciding to purchase a new HVAC system is a big decision that will impact your indoor comfort for the next 20 years or more. That’s why we never use high-pressure sales tactics. All of our sales professionals take the time to learn about your individual needs and design a custom system that meets your comfort needs.

Speaking of custom solutions, it’d be impossible to determine the proper size furnace or air conditioner without performing a load calculation. Load calculations is one of the best ways to maximize the performance of any HVAC system to ensure it’s properly sized to your home. Often times this process is skipped, and HVAC contractors will assume the size based on the previous system or guess based on the size of your home. At Fire & Ice we provide a load calculation during ever sales appointment.

The fifth and final thing to consider are the installation practices and follow up after a new system has been installed. If corners are cut and less accurate tools are being used during the installation, it's likely your system will sooner rather than later. THat’s why we use the most accurate digital tools and up-to-date installation practices to ensure your system is installed right the first time. And after the installation is complete your sales professional will come out for a final quality inspection to make sure everything is working as it should. If you’re not 100% satisfied, we’ll work to find the solution to make it right.

What are the next steps?

I hope by now you have the knowledge and confidence to choose the best HVAC contractor that’s right for you and your home. If you’re in Central Ohio and you’d like to schedule an estimate or service for your HVAC system click the button at the top of the page. Thank you for watching and we look forward to making your day even better.

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