If you’re in the market for a new air conditioner, heat pump or furnace, there are a few reasons to opt for a model from the Bryant HVAC brand. Bryant has a long history of building reliable heating and cooling systems.
The company began in 1904, when Charles Bryant founded the Natural Gas Regulator Company in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1908, the name was changed to the Bryant Heater & Manufacturing Co. By the mid-1920s, the company was already earning a reputation for dependable performance.
Bryant now produces a wide range of worry-free products, including gas and oil furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps, humidifiers, and other indoor comfort equipment.
Designed and Tested for Reliability
Many Bryant systems come with the DuraGuard™ protection package, which protects the outdoor unit from damage due to sports and lawn equipment as well as harsh weather. The package includes a galvanized steel cabinet, a wire coil guard and long-lasting baked-on powder paint. These parts resist corrosion and stay looking good for years.
To ensure reliability, the company tests every product beyond industry requirements. This involves field testing products in real-world conditions to ensure they’ll stand up to everyday use once installed.
When it comes to protection of the environment, the Bryant, HVAC brand is ahead of its time. In 1996, Bryant began rolling out equipment with R-410A refrigerant, a product that’s more environmentally friendly than R-22 because it doesn’t contribute to ozone depletion. This was almost 10 years before the government mandated gradual phase-out of ozone-damaging refrigerants.
In 2003, Bryant introduced the Factory Authorized Dealer program, which gives customers the chance to work with dealers who’ve met Bryant’s high standards for skills and services. These dealers have also earned North American Technician Excellence (NATE) Certification, so you know they have a solid foundation of skills and knowledge related to heating and cooling.
If you’re considering installing Bryant HVAC brand equipment in your home, contact us at Bryans United Air Conditioning. We can help you find the model that’s right for you wherever you are in the New Orleans, Gretna, Marrero or St. Rose area.
Written by Zach Mouton