In my new house, the builder's subcontractor installed the top of the line Infinity furnace (Infinity 96: 58MVB), but the a/c unit is a "Comfort series" unit (not the Infinity, or even Performance series). It is the 24ACA4
Additionally, as one of the options for the house, I paid to upgrade from standard controls to Infinity controls.
Since only the furnace is an Infinity unit -- what exactly am I missing with the non-infinity a/c unit? What benefits would there be for an Infinity unit over a the Comfort series?
I'm concerned that although I paid for Infinity controls, I don't get the full benefit of them with only a Comfort series outdoor unit. Note that Carrier's website indicates that the Comfort Series does not support Infinity controls.
Although the upgrade I paid for only says 14 SEER unit (doesn't specify Infinity series or not), the fact that there is a separate option to purchase Infinity controls implies that you will get full use of your Infinity controls.
Should I mention to the builder that purchasing Infinity controls implies a full Infinity system?
What exactly am I missing out on with Infinity Controls but a non-Infinity A/C unit?
Will I still have full control over ALL a/c and heating functions?
Will it still tell me when to replace the filter?