Where are International Comfort Products manufactured?

Where are International Comfort Products manufactured?

ICP has been designing, manufacturing and marketing these quality systems under several brand names for more than 70 years. Products are made in world-class manufacturing facilities located in the U.S., and Mexico.

Is ICP made by Carrier?

ICP will operate as a separate subsidiary of Carrier, and will maintain operations in Franklin, Tenn. “Sales, distribution, brands, and support service will be maintained as is.” ICP's unitary product lines include Arcoaire, Airquest, Comfortmaker, Heil, and Tempstar.

Who manufactures comfort air?


Who Makes International Comfort Products?

United Technologies

Who manufactures comfort?

Today, Comfort-Aire is a leading producer of heating, cooling, and dehumidification products, owned by MARS, a leading supplier of HVACR components and motors.

What brands are made by Carrier?

Through an industry-leading family of brands, including Automated Logic, Bryant, Carrier, CIAT, Day & Night, Heil, NORESCO and Riello, we offer an innovative and complete product portfolio, including air conditioners, heating systems, controls and aftermarket components, as well as aftermarket repair and maintenance

Who makes ICP HVAC?


Is Comfort maker the same as Carrier?

Both Carrier and Comfortmaker offer efficient HVAC units. They have a high seasonal energy-efficiency ratio (SEER), which ensures little or no electrical energy is wasted during their operation. Both brands also have AC units that operate quietly. Comfortmaker advertises its AC units to be durable, but Carrier doesn't.

What HVAC brands are made by Carrier?

Carrier Corporation (who recently announced they were shutting down their US based manufacturing facility and moving all manufacturing to Mexico next year) makes Carrier, Bryant, Day & Night, Payne, Arcoaire, Comfortmaker, Heil, KeepRite, and Tempstar.31 May 2016

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