About Carrier Global

Modern air conditioning was invented in July of 1902 by the one and only Willis Carrier, also known as “The Father of Modern Air Conditioning.” Carrier earned that nickname because of his hard work throughout the course of a half of a century to improve the efficiency of his invention and its industrial production.

By 1915, Willis had partnered with six engineers from the Buffalo Forge Company – which specialized in the manufacturing of forges used by blacksmiths, as well as steam engines, drilling machines, and pumps. Together the group combined a reported $32,600 in seed money to form the Carrier Engineering Corporation. The company started making, selling, and distributing HVAC systems, in addition to commercial refrigeration and food service equipment. By the 1950s, however, Carrier started marketing residential AC systems, which resulted in more people moving to some of the hotter regions of the country, increasing populations in those hotter climates.

In 1955, the Carrier Engineering Corporation merged with Affiliated Gas Equipment, Inc., which also owned the Bryant Heater Co., Payne Furnace & Supply Co., and Day & Night Water Heater Co. When the United Technology Corporation bought the Carrier Air Conditioning Company in July 1979, its name was changed to the Carrier Corporation.

In addition to many contributions to society, Carrier has made numerous significant contributions to the HVAC industry. In 1917, the pioneering company hired the first female AC engineer in the U.S., Margaret Ingels, during a time in history when lawmakers started to consider giving women the right to vote.

Additionally, Carrier has gone to great lengths to try to make the HVAC industry more environmentally friendly. Their commitment to adopting a safer cooling refrigerant, for instance, was realized and in practice before regulations were made into law concerning the use of the new, safer, types of refrigerants that all HVAC manufacturers use today. 

In 2011, Carrier introduced a new technology, Greenspeed™ intelligence, which they featured in their Infinity® heat pump. This resulted in the greatest heating efficiency of any air source heat pump.

According to Modernize, a company that connects consumers to local HVAC companies in line with their needs, Carrier ranks among the top three HVAC brands out there. Considering Carrier’s lengthy history of excellence and advancements in the HVAC industry, their motto “Turn To The Experts” is merited. They are the manufacturer of choice for thousands of dealers. 

We at Fairfield-Hamilton Heating & Cooling proudly service all models of Carrier products, including heat pumps, gas furnaces, electric furnaces, oil furnaces, air conditioning systems, packaged units, evaporator coils, fan coils boilers, ductless systems, air purifiers, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, UV Lights, air purifiers, thermostats and more.


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About Trane Supply

Originally started as a family plumbing business in La Crosse, Wisconsin, Trane Inc., has grown into a global manufacturer over the past century, employing more than 29,000 people in 28 different countries. Now based out of Swords, Ireland, Trane Inc. makes HVAC systems in addition to management systems. The founder, James Trane, was a Norwegian immigrant to the U.S. He originally opened the business as a plumbing and pipe-fitting shop in 1885. His son Reuben Trane joined him after earning a degree in engineering from the University of Wisconsin. They incorporated as The Trane Company back in 1913.

Ten years later, Reuben’s invention of the convector radiator earned the company prominence for their innovations. Reuben furthered those innovations in 1925 when he came up with a new convector radiator that would replace the old, outdated, bulky, and heavy cast-iron radiators of that time. 

In 1931, the company went further to develop its first line of AC units. In 1982, Trane acquired the Central Air Conditioning Division of General Electric. With that acquisition, a lot of the company’s well-known traits took root, such as the red Climatuff® compressors, and are still being used to this day. In 1984, Trane was purchased by American Standard Inc.

Today, they are both subsidiaries of Ingersoll Rand and still sell HVAC equipment branded as Trane and American Standard. Trane maintains a robust global presence and continues to grow at an exceptional pace. At the heart of that growth is a legacy borne of the same values that characterized that Wisconsin plumbing business a century ago.

According to Modernize, a company connecting consumers to local HVAC companies in line with their needs, Trane is among the top 5 of all HVAC brands on the market.

We at Fairfield-Hamilton Heating & Cooling proudly service all models of Trane products, including heat pumps, gas furnaces, electric furnaces, oil furnaces, air conditioning systems, packaged units, evaporator coils, fan coils boilers, ductless systems, air purifiers, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, UV Lights, air purifiers, thermostats and more.

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About Goodman Mfg.

A subsidiary of the largest HVAC manufacturer in the world, (the Daikin Group), Goodman Manufacturing was founded in 1975 by Harold Goodman, who sold HVAC systems at the time. Although he began with manufacturing plastic blade registers and flexible air ducts, Goodman hoped to one day be able to sell affordable HVAC equipment to families throughout the world. He was able to realize that goal in 1982 when his company, Goodman Manufacturing, bought Janitrol, an HVAC company. Today, Goodman Manufacturing sells residential AC systems, gas furnaces, heat pumps, and air handlers in addition to other HVAC-related equipment. In hopes of increasing its reach into the HVAC market, in 2018 Goodman acquired a real estate technology company. Recently, Goodman Manufacturing’s parent company, Daikin, constructed a brand new state-of-the-art facility close to Houston, Texas. In October of 2016, the first Goodman AC systems and gas furnaces came off the line at the new facility. The entire project was $400 million and was completed in 2017. This consolidated all the Goodman Manufacturing teams bringing their engineering, manufacturing, logistics, and customer support centers to one location.

Goodman Manufacturing has a long-standing commitment to making quality equipment. They strive to improve their products on an on-going basis, making investments in reliability testing and research while staying as up-to-date as possible with the most advanced manufacturing technologies available. Their manufacturing facility has earned international recognition for quality standards as well as environmental certifications

Today, Goodman Manufacturing ranks among the top 3 HVAC brands by Modernize, a company that connects consumers to local HVAC contractors. As such, they remain a manufacturer of choice for thousands of dealers across the world.

We at Fairfield-Hamilton Heating & Cooling proudly service all models of Goodman products, including heat pumps, gas furnaces, electric furnaces, oil furnaces, air conditioning systems, packaged units, evaporator coils, fan coils boilers, ductless systems, air purifiers, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, UV Lights, air purifiers, thermostats and more.

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About Rheem

A global leader in the manufacturing of commercial and residential HVAC systems, the Rheem Manufacturing Company was founded by Richard and Donald Rheem; however, they had financial assistance from William Rheem. Rheem got its start in 1925 making steel drums in partnership with Pacific Galvanizing Company.

In 1930, the Rheem Manufacturing Company purchased Pacific Galvanizing and Republic Steel which enabled them to get into the business of making water heaters, which they still make to this day. 

In 1954, Rheem came up with an innovation (called “glass lining”) that changed the water heater industry. They found that by lining their water heater tanks with porcelain, it extended the life of the tank. Then, in 1956, they created a new product line, “Rheemaire,” which made central AC systems and heater systems for homes. This was successful and it grew into one of the company’s main profit centers. In 1959, Rheem purchased the Ruud Manufacturing Company and began making HVAC products under the Rudd brand name.

Rheem Manufacturing’s parent company is Paloma Global, which is a Japanese water heater manufacturer headquartered out of Nagoya, Japan. 

Rheem’s North American operation is headquartered out of Atlanta, Ga., and is among the biggest HVAC and water heater manufacturers in the country. In 2019, Rheem won the “Smart Heating and Cooling Product of the Year” award for the company’s innovative Rheem’s EcoNet® Smart Thermostat. The award was bestowed by IoT Breakthrough, an independent organization highlighting companies, technologies, and products in the global Internet-of-Things (IoT) market.

According to Modernize, an online company that connects consumers with local HVAC companies who meet their needs, Rheem is among the top 5 HVAC brands on the market. 

We at Fairfield-Hamilton Heating & Cooling proudly service all models of Rheem products, including heat pumps, gas furnaces, electric furnaces, oil furnaces, air conditioning systems, packaged units, evaporator coils, fan coils boilers, ductless systems, air purifiers, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, UV Lights, air purifiers, thermostats and more.

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About Bryant

Ever since Charles Bryant started making HVAC equipment more than a century ago in Cleveland, Ohio, the Bryant name has been a mainstay in homes throughout the country. Because of their innovative designs, the Bryant brand has been around since 1908. Throughout that whole time, Bryant has made reliability and comfort top priority above everything else. During the early 1900s, Bryant continued the growth of its line of products to accommodate the needs of every homeowner. Because of the company’s dedication to new technology, it wasn’t long until they were among the most well-known names in the HVAC industry. Because of the company’s growth, in 1955, they moved their headquarters to Indianapolis, Indiana.

To this day, the company continues its commitment to comfort and innovation. Because reliability and quality are their two main objectives, and it is reflected in their wide range of products. Potential customers get to select from a variety of budget-friendly models, each having new innovative technologies to optimize comfort while minimizing energy consumption. 

With such a wide variety of products to decide from, a homeowner is empowered to find an HVAC system that suits their exact specific needs. Even for those homeowners who only need one component to make their HVAC system complete, Bryant has what they need. The fact that they’ve served so many homeowners for so many years proves the quality of their products. Add that to their commitment to efficiency and innovation, and it’s often an easy choice for customers.

Be mindful, also that the Bryant company keeps both the homeowner AND the environment in mind when making their products. Furthermore, they rigorously test all of their products before they send them out, ensuring each one is dependable, safe, and ready to use.

We at Fairfield-Hamilton Heating & Cooling proudly service all models of Bryant products, including heat pumps, gas furnaces, electric furnaces, oil furnaces, air conditioning systems, packaged units, evaporator coils, fan coils boilers, ductless systems, air purifiers, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, UV Lights, air purifiers, thermostats and more.

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About Lennox Heating & Cooling Systems

Featuring the world’s first riveted-steel furnace, Lennox got its start in 1895. Since then, the company has remained a leader in the HVAC industry, contributing innovative technologies with a commitment to overall efficiency. Lennox first expanded its products to include residential central AC systems in 1952. To this day, Lennox is considered the world’s leading commercial and residential HVAC innovator.

It’s because of their focus on innovation that makes us at Fairfield-Hamilton Heating & Cooling so proud to service their many products. Their continuous improvements to their systems make them top of the line when it comes to efficiency. In 2013, Lennox came up with the XC25—the most efficient AC unit on the market. Earning a SEER rating of 26, this AC unit has been blowing other units away in terms of its high energy efficiency.

On top of the exceptional SEER rating and its efficiency benefits, Lennox’s Healthy Climate Solutions™ works in conjunction with HVAC systems to improve the quality of air in both commercial and residential settings. This enterprise focuses on air quality improvement via air purification and humidity control without ozone production. Because a lot of air cleaners generate ozone, which irritates the lungs, Lennox’s PureAir™ purification system, reduces ozone levels inside the home.

Their commercial products adapt to the needs of every industry. Lennox guarantees their commercial products can meet the demands of every kind of business, which means they put comfort and efficiency first. Everything from healthcare facilities to schools, Lennox covers all their bases with the commercial systems they make.

We at Fairfield-Hamilton Heating & Cooling proudly service all models of Lennox products, including heat pumps, gas furnaces, electric furnaces, oil furnaces, air conditioning systems, packaged units, evaporator coils, fan coils boilers, ductless systems, air purifiers, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, UV Lights, air purifiers, thermostats and more.

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