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Comfortmaker Heating and Cooling

Comfortmaker Air Conditioning & Heating has been in business for 100 years. The company provides an array of heating and cooling products, such as air conditioners, furnaces, packaged systems and heat pumps. Its parent company, United Technologies, also runs well-known brands such as Carrier and Bryant. 

Take a look at our breakdown of Comfortmaker products to help you decide if it’s the right brand for your home.

Comfortmaker products

If you’re in the market for a new home heating or cooling system, our analysis can help. Comfortmaker offers a variety of heating and cooling products for your home, many of which are Energy Star Certified. We highlight the essential details about Comfortmaker gas and oil furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps and packaged systems below.

Comfortmaker gas furnaces

Gas is one of the least expensive fuels to heat your home. Comfortmaker provides three series of gas furnaces that have different features. The Ion Series is the premium line, being the most expensive and most efficient. The QuietComfort Series is Comfortmaker’s mid-range line, and the budget models are the Performance Series units. Measure efficiency in furnaces that use combustion fuels with the annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) rating. 

–            Heating capacity: 60,000–120,000 BTUh 

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 98% AFUE

–            Stand-out features: Variable-speed motor; Modulating gas valve; Dual-fuel capable; Energy Star Qualified; Wi-Fi enabled

–            Pricing: Most expensive

–            Heating capacity: 60,000–120,000 BTUh 

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 96% AFUE

–            Stand-out features: Variable-speed blower; Dual-fuel compatible; Two-stage gas valve; Quiet operation; Energy Star Qualified

–            Pricing: Moderately priced

–            Heating capacity: 26,000 –140,000 BTUh 

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 96% AFUE

–            Stand-out features: Single-stage operation; 5-speed motor; Dual-fuel capable; Sound-reducing features

–            Pricing: Affordable

Comfortmaker oil furnaces

The oil furnaces offered by Comfortmaker are generally less efficient than its gas counterparts, so if you live in a frigid climate, it might be worth investing in the highest efficiency option out there. However, if it doesn’t freeze where you are, one of these mid-level efficiency oil furnaces could work well for you. Comfortmaker provides the SoftSound Series, which has the most perks, the longest warranty and the most expensive models, and the Performance Series, which is louder but contains more affordable picks.

–            Heating capacity: 70,000-154,000 BTUh

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 86.3% AFUE

–            Stand-out features: Variable-speed blower; Dual-fuel compatible; Energy Star Qualified (on specific sizes); 10-year replacement limited warranty

–            Pricing: Expensive

–            Heating capacity: 70,000 -154,000 BTUh

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 86.4% AFUE

–            Stand-out features: Fixed-speed blower motor; Dual-fuel capable; Sound-reducing features

–            Pricing: Affordable

Comfortmaker air conditioners

Air conditioning creates 6% of all energy consumption each year in the United States, costing billions of dollars overall. Comfortmaker offers three series of air conditioners, and only some of them are Energy Star Certified. Therefore, it’s essential to find a high-efficiency air conditioner. Comfortmaker’s seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) ratings are competitive. 

Its SoftSound Deluxe Series is the most expensive, and then comes the SoftSound Series. The Performance Series contains its budget models.

–            Cooling capacity: 2–5 tons 

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 19 SEER

–            Stand-out features: Variable-speed compressor and fan; Wi-Fi enabled; Can pair with Ion System Control; 10-year no-hassle limited warranty; Energy Star Certified

–            Pricing: Expensive

–            Cooling capacity: 1.5–5 tons 

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 16 SEER

–            Stand-out features: Single-stage compressor; Single-speed motor; Installed with Observer Communicating Control; Wi-Fi Enabled; Energy Star Certified

–            Pricing: Mid-level

–            Cooling capacity: 2–5 tons 

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 17 SEER

–            Stand-out features: Two-stage compressor; Two-speed fan; Compatible with most thermostats; Energy Star Certified

–            Pricing: Affordable

Comfortmaker heat pumps

A heat pump moves air from outside to inside, and vice versa, to heat and cool a home. Heat pumps work best in mild climates, but you can pair them with a furnace that kicks in when a stronger heating source is needed. Comfortmaker offers three series of heat pumps — SoftSound Deluxe, SoftSound, and Performance — that go from most expensive to most affordable. Since heat pumps both heat and cool a home, you must measure both its SEER cooling rating and its heating season performance factor (HSPF). 

–            Cooling capacity: 2–5 tons

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 19 SEER; Up to 11 HSPF

–            Stand-out features: 5-stage compressor; Variable-speed fan; Wi-Fi enabled; Can pair with Ion System Control; 10-year no-hassle limited warranty; Energy Star Certified; Hushed operation; Dual fuel compatible

–            Pricing: Expensive

–            Cooling capacity: 1.5–5 tons

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 16 SEER; Up to 9 HSPF

–            Stand-out features: Single-stage compressor; Single-speed motor Wi-Fi enabled; Dual fuel capable; Sound-reducing features; Energy Star Certified

–            Pricing: Mid-level

–            Cooling capacity: 2–5 tons 

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 17.5 SEER; Up to 9.5 HSPF

–            Stand-out features: Two-stage compressor; Single-speed motor; Dual-fuel capable

–            Pricing: Affordable

Comfortmaker packaged systems

A packaged system is an all-in-one heating or cooling system. Unlike other Comfortmaker products that are split-system, packaged systems contain everything in one container outside your home. Many packaged systems can heat and cool, so you might need to consider the efficiency of both operations. Comfortmaker has three series of packaged systems that can provide year-round comfort to customers and range in pricing based on the features included. The QuietComfort Deluxe is its most expensive option with the longest warranty and the most features. QuietComfort is the mid-level packaged system and the Performance Series is the least expensive packaged system both featuring less expensive single-stage compressors.

–            Cooling capacity: 2–5 tons

–            Heating capacity: 40,000–130,000 BTUh

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 16 SEER; Up to 81% AFUE

–            Stand-out features: Two-stage heating and cooling; Multi-speed motor; Energy Star Certified; 5-year no-hassle limited warranty; Quiet performance

–            Pricing: Expensive

–            Cooling capacity: 2–5 tons 

–            Heating capacity: 40,000–130,000 BTUh 

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 14 SEER; Up to 81% AFUE

–            Stand-out features: Single-stage compressor; Multi-speed motor; 3-year no-hassle limited warranty

–            Pricing: Mid-level; Quiet performance

–            Cooling capacity: 2–5 tons 

–            Heating capacity: 40,000–130,000 BTUh 

–            Energy efficiency: Up to 14.5 SEER; Up to 8.0 HSPF (electric); Up to 81% AFUE

–            Stand-out features: Can switch between gas and electric; Single-stage compressor; Multi-speed motor; Energy Star Qualified

–            Pricing: Affordable

Comfortmaker pricing

The average price for a Comfortmaker unit, including installation, falls between $2,900 and $6,000. However, the most accurate estimate will come from your local HVAC professional. Call your nearby representative to get the best quote that considers the size of your home, the make and model you choose, the difficulty of installation and more.

Comfortmaker warranties

All Comfortmaker products come with a 10-year parts limited warranty, but you have to register within 90 days. Otherwise, it drops to the standard warranty of five years. The warranty coverage on the compressor, coil or heat exchanger depends on the product you bought. You get 10 years for top-tier products, five years for mid-tier products, and one or three years for standard-level products.

Comfortmaker reviews

You can learn more about the brand by reading Comfortmaker reviews. Look for prices, size of the unit, efficiency and more directly from other customers on any review you consider. These features will help you gauge which product is right for your home.


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