At Crosby & Co., we understand that comfort means different things to different people. What we’re interested in is what comfort means to you. We are here to help you identify the elements of comfort that are most important to you, so that we can recommend the products that can best help you achieve your personal comfort goals.
Your home comfort system should provide even temperatures in every room without hot or cold spots or noticeable temperature swings. It should allow you to heat and cool your home so that conditioned air is directed to the areas that need it most, while savings energy by conditioning only occupied areas.
Your home comfort system should provide both comfortable temperatures and comfortable humidity levels. It should maintain your home at the recommended levels of 40% – 60% relative humidity preventing growth of mold and mildew and minimizing dust-mites, bacteria and viruses.
Your home comfort system should provide consistent comfort and quiet operation without disruption from a noisy condensing unit, heat pump, air handler or ducts. Your should be able to feel the comfort, not hear it.
Your home comfort system should provide fresh, clean air. It should help reduce the amount of pollen, dust, mold spores, pet dander, dust-mites, bacteria, viruses, toxic gases, cooking fumes, and smoke from the air in your home. Is should help keep your walls, furniture and carpets clean. It should help maintain your equipment’s optimum efficiency by keeping your cooling coil clean. It should make your home a cleaner, more enjoyable place to live and breathe.
Your home comfort system should provide an energy efficient environment without sacrificing comfort. With Carrier’s high efficiency systems and advanced control technologies, energy savings of 30-60% over convential systems can be achieved.
Your home comfort system should provide many years of worry-free comfort with a solid warranty. Should service or repair be necessary in the future, replacement parts and services should be readily accessible at a reasonable cost.