Carrier Base Gas Furnace Review

carrier base model gas furnaceThe Carrier Base Gas Furnaces offer you the ability to heat large spaces with ease. The BTU capacity of the Base 90 is a remarkable 138,000. The single speed blower motor will evenly distribute heat throughout the system so even larger homes will be free of warmer or cooler zones.

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User Ratings for this Gas Furnace

Overall Rating1.751.751.751.751.75
Reliability Rating1.751.751.751.751.75
Operating Cost Rating22222
Features & Value1.751.751.751.751.75
Warranty & Support22222

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5 Responses to “Carrier Base Gas Furnace Review”
  1. JR says:

    This is a builder grade furnace aka no bells or whistles! if you don’t need any of the over the top features of the other gas furnaces on the market, the Carrier builder model is great! no frills… great base model furnace.


  2. Trivor says:

    Horrible gas furnace! If you had zeros, this furnace would have gotten them! Nothing but a high priced POS imho. Save your money, buy a goodman, replace it every 8 years.

  3. Terry says:

    Have a builder grade carrier furnace that is 10 years old. Alwyas maintained but A-coil is bad so came home to a hot house during a 90+ degree day (in MN that’s hot). No replacement parts available so the recommendation is to replace the furnace and A/C unit. Looking at Trane instead of Carrier again.

    • Mark says:

      Terry – your furnace is likely fine at just 10 years. The AC and coil are on their own circuit, and CAN be replaced independently of the furnace. That said, it may be more cost effective long term, to replace them together. I would however get a second opinion for sure.

  4. Kelly says:

    I got a new 58CTA110 furnace in Oct 2005. I have taken care of it all according to the installers instruction (change the filters on a monthly bases). However, we are on our 3rd motor! Had to put a new one in July 2009 and then again in Jan of 2012. It just broke down again in April 2012, just 3 months from us getting a new motor! The tech that came by thinks (they haven’t fixed it yet) it may be a circuit board this time and waiting for the parts to come in. However, we have been without heat for two days (it’s been around 4C here).

    I phoned Carrier customer service to let them know the problems that we are having and their main concern was letting me know that the 5 year limited warranty has expired and that was it. They didn’t seem to care less that their product was not any good!

    I’ll never get a Carrier product again and strongly recommend to everyone not to either.