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  1. #1
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    I was given a quote for a Carrier Weathermate 38CKC. I notice on Carrier's web site, it is listed a commercial product, not a residential one. I have a cape in the northeast. Is this standard or should I be concerned? Thanks.

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    Hmm Residential

    Originally posted by streel
    I was given a quote for a Carrier Weathermate 38CKC. I notice on Carrier's web site, it is listed a commercial product, not a residential one. I have a cape in the northeast. Is this standard or should I be concerned? Thanks.
    A Carrier 38CKC is a residential builder unit, 10 seer, R22
    No bells whistles ....

    http://test.carrier-commercial.com/p...c/c0011145.pdf

    AllTemp Heating & Cooling

  3. #3
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    For some reason they don't show it on their residential page. I wouldn't be proud of it either

  4. #4
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    May as well just get a less costly Heil or Arcoair.................i think the fan gaurd is different on the carrier.

    All basic models are almost the same. I would prsonally not install the 10 seer unit unless the customer was on very hard times. Spend a few more $$$$ for the 12 of 14 seer at least they will pay for them selves in electric savings.
    Aire Serv of SW Connecticut- Gas heat, dual fuel and central a/c systems installed and serviced

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