The Carrier Infinity Touch thermostat can be controlled remotely by using this app for your iOS device. You can adjust the temperature of your home from the comfort of your bed using your iPad, or even while you’re away from home by bringing the app up on your iPhone.
Take full control of every zone in your home no matter where you are. The MyInfinity Touch app is designed to offer you the same convenience and management of your Infinity Touch thermostat as though you were standing in front of the unit itself. You can adjust your temperature, humidity, ventilation, and even air purification settings using this app.
Learn more about the Infinity Touch system from Carrier when you visit Estes Heating & Air Conditioning of Atlanta online. You can also call us at (678) 733-9791 for more information.
Not only is the Infinity Touch Control from Carrier one of the most innovative whole-home HVAC control units available today, it provides a host of benefits. You can enjoy what the Infinity Touch has to offer whether you use it with your existing variable-flow HVAC system or combine it with an upgrade from the Infinity Series of Carrier comfort products.
Track and Reduce Your Energy Usage
One of the main reasons homeowners upgrade their HVAC equipment is to enjoy increased energy efficiency. The Infinity Touch Control enables you to take advantage of energy-saving programs and actively tracks your energy usage every month. Remote access allows you to adjust the temperature at home while you’re away, and find out exactly what settings provide you with the most energy-saving benefits. When integrated into a high-quality Infinity Series Carrier system or other high-efficiency HVAC installation, the unit is able to deliver longer heating and cooling cycles at lower power for lower energy usage and increased comfort.
Enjoy Whole-Home Comfort
The Infinity Touch, as a part of an Infinity Series system, offers full control over various aspects of home comfort and air quality. Enjoy humidity adjustments on-the-fly, adaptive temperature controls, and ventilation fine-tuning to promote high-quality indoor air. You can avoid allergy problems, stale air, and irritation caused by fluctuating humidity levels and inadequate ventilation. The Infinity Touch also enables you to create up to eight zones within your home or further tailored heating and cooling. Zoning is another way to save energy by providing targeted comfort to occupied areas, as well as providing for individual levels of temperature control. This can help the sleeping areas be more comfortable during the night, while saving energy for any occupied areas during the day.
To learn more about using the Infinity Touch and other excellent Infinity Series Carrier products, contact Estes Heating & Air Conditioning at (678) 733-9791. You can also visit our website to learn about our full range of residential A/C services .
We are so excited to share with you that our Android App has been released on Google Play App Market . This is an app that you definitely want to have on your phone.
The features of the app are:
- Scheduling Service
- Free Estimate
- Call Us
- Promotions, Coupons
- News, Blogs
- Write a Review – Kudzu and Google
- Service Area Map
- About Us
- Videos, How To, Great Estes Information
- SO Much More
Who wouldn’t want this app? Now you don’t even have to worry about calling in, waiting on hold or spending the time to get your appointment booked . You can do it all from one click of a button on your smart phone!
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Estes Heating & Air Conditioning has been helping Atlanta-area home and business owners keep cool since 1949. If you are interested in learning more about cooling your home take a look at these helpful links:
- Oprah.com offers several suggestions on how to keep your home cooler .
- The California Energy Commission gives a succinct overview of how a central air conditioning system works .
- Slate Magazine looks back at the history of air conditioning .
- The New York Times verifies the health claim that sleeping is easier in a colder room .
Call us at (678) 733-9791 to find out how we can install a new, energy-efficient air conditioning system or help better maintain your existing unit.
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If you’ve installed a central air conditioning system in your Atlanta-area home, you already appreciate its efficiency and cooling power. You may not know how it works, though. Your central air conditioner it isn’t as complex as you might think. Keep reading to learn about the operational basics of your system. This knowledge may pay off if your central air conditioner requires future maintenance.
Refrigerant, Ductwork, and Thermostat
Your system keeps your home cool by circulating a compressed air refrigerant, which cools and dehumidifies your interior air. The refrigerant absorbs heat and emits cold. In the process it must repetitively change from a liquid to a gas. The refrigerant is circulated between the internal and external components of your system through copper tubing. Air is distributed throughout your home via a channel of ductwork and the temperature is controlled by a thermostat. The system then expels heated air outside of your home.
The Blower and Evaporator
The blower circulates your internal air and the evaporator cools it. Heated air in your home is drawn through a return-air duct into the evaporator, located just above your furnace. There, the blower pushes the heated air over the evaporator’s cooling coils. The blower then distributes the newly cooled air back throughout your house again via the ductwork.
The condenser is the heart of your central air conditioning system. This unit is usually located outside of your home, anchored to a concrete slab. Inside of the unit is a pump called a compressor. The compressor pumps refrigerant throughout the entire circulating system. The condenser also contains a fan and coil that together expel heated air from your home.
Your central air conditioning system should be professionally inspected and adjusted before the beginning of every cooling season. Your condenser unit is hermetically sealed so that condensation doesn’t damage it. Therefore, you should not attempt to access your system’s components in case it requires repair. Instead, leave all of your central air conditioning system inspection and repair issues in the hands of the professionals at Estes Heating & Air Conditioning . We can be reached at (678) 733-9791 or visit our website.
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