Frigidaire® and Gibson® Unitary Brands Now Available at AC Supply - AC SUPPLY CO.

Frigidaire® and Gibson® Unitary Brands Now Available at AC Supply

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AC Supply will be inventorying approximately 60 models ranging from Gibson’s value-oriented units to Frigidaire’s premium models. Combined, the two brands provide contractors with a “better-best” lineup that’s competitive with any brand, price and feature in the HVAC market


— The Best —

Frigidaire

Up to 16-SEER Split-System Air Conditioner with
95.1% AFUE* Two-Stage, Variable-Speed Gas Furnace System

Features and Benefits:

• Up to 16 SEER Cooling/95.1% AFUE Heating Ratings
• Quiet operation from swept-wing fan blades, sound-absorbing base on outdoor unit, fully insulated furnace cabinet, 2 speed vent motor and 16 speed blower
• High-end finish designed to reduce fading, scratching and corrosion
• Variable-speed for better humidity control and temperature balance
• Reduces hot and cold spots
• Lower cooling capacity operation during milder days for better comfort, same for heating in winter
• Programmable thermostat for various custom level programming and service diagnostics
Energy Consumption
Compared to the average system installed in homes between 1990 and 2005:
• Up to 60% more efficient in cooling*
• Up to 58% more efficient in heating*

— The Better —

Gibson

Hard working Gibson home air conditioners offer peak performance at a price suited for any budget and need.

A powerful home air conditioner is going to be your best friend when temperatures soar. Not only that, but each Gibson air conditioner is durable and designed to last for years and years. Each Gibson home air conditioner is solidly built with a durable wire guard that protects the interior components. Not to mention, all units are factory-checked 100% before being shipped and installed in your home – ensuring best practices were used during manufacturing.

This hardworking, economical home air conditioner is ideal for homeowners that want powerful air conditioning at a great value. An old home air conditioner from the past may only be rated at 10 SEER – significantly lower than even minimum efficiency units sold today.