Comfort System Replacements

The average heating and air conditioning lasts 12 to 13 years. Sometimes it just makes sense to replace your old inefficient equipment with a new energy efficient comfort system from B&R Service. Our technicians and comfort specialists will help you determine whether to repair or replace your system with our Decision Report Card.


We'll also check your duct system for leaks and design problems and perform a Manual J load calculation to make sure your new comfort system is right-sized for your home.

Our New Carrier Systems

Manual J Load Calculation

Our team will work closely with you to determine the best size and type of air conditioner for your home. Our team always conducts a Manual J Load Calculation, which determines how much cooling your home actually needs, before we do a replacement. This ensures that you get the most efficient system and the best value for your investment.


Manual D Duct Design

The heating and air equipment in your home operates in the same way the heart does in your body. The duct system in your home is like the respiratory system in your body. It is very important that both the equipment and duct systems are matched in size. The supply or "breathing out" duct and return or "breathing in" duct need to be matched with your heating and air system capacity for the proper efficiency and lifespan. We overview and inspect the duct system to ensure your air distribution is properly sized for your home comfort system.



Quality Installation:

The B&R Difference

Consumer Reports and Energy Star both agree that the two most important factors that determine AC value are quality of installation and design. Unlike 95% of contractors, the team at B&R Service perform a Manual J load calculation and ductwork analysis on every consultation. This means our air conditioning technicians are able to determine the amount of heat that is lost through the exterior of a home during the colder months, and the total amount of heat that is gained through the exterior of a home during the hotter months. We get compliments for being the most thorough because of our strict attention to detail in every project.



Post-Installation Evaluation

After every job, we visit your home again to perform a Quality Control Audit to ensure that your system is functioning properly and as expected. Our installations are done in accordance with the highest standards, and we are sure to check our work to make sure our team did the job right.

Carrier heating and air-conditioning systems are trusted to bring energy-efficient, quiet, consistent comfort to millions of people at home. We install efficient, personally designed comfort systems to meet all budgets. We also offer a range of financing options with approved credit to meet your needs.

Types of Heating and Cooling Systems


A true split system will have both indoor and outdoor units and relies on ductwork to deliver treated air. Go ahead and choose split system even if you have a furnace only, as long as your current equipment isn’t geothermal or packaged.







A geothermal system has piping underground, or in a well or pond, and uses a special heat pump to provide treated air through ductwork. Choose geothermal if you have a geothermal system—or would like to switch to one.








Packaged products are complete heating and cooling or cooling-only systems that sit entirely outside the home, either on the roof or the ground and use ductwork to deliver treated air. Choose this option if your current system is packaged, or if you want to switch to a packaged solution.








Whereas traditional heat pumps and central air conditioning systems force cooled and heated air through ducts, ductless systems deliver air directly into different zones. They are comprised of a small outdoor unit and one or more indoor units that require nothing more than mounting capabilities and access to electricity.

Sometimes referred to as split systems, multi-split systems, or split-ductless systems, ductless cooling and heating offers home and business owners a cost-effective way to replace inefficient window units, space heaters and electric baseboard heaters. They can be installed in home additions, new construction, condominiums and apartments, or to improve temperature control in specific rooms. Ductless systems can even be fit for buildings that currently use ducted forced-air systems.









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