We are an authorized dealer of TRANE Residential Air Conditioners and Furnaces



1. Air Conditioner
Basically an air conditioner works like this: connected to the inside cooling coil, the compressor pumps refrigerant back and forth, extracting heat and moisture from the indoors. It transfers the heat to the outdoors. Warm indoor air is blown over the inside coil, then is cooled and distributed throughout your home. Today, the Federal government requires that all new models have a minimum SEER rating of 10. Trane's full line of air conditioners range in efficiency from 10 to 19.50 SEER - the highest in the industry. Trane's 19.50 SEER XL19i air conditioner actually has two compressors for two-stage cooling, giving it the ability to handle your comfort regardless of whether it's a moderately warm day, or the hottest day of summer.

2. Indoor Cooling Coil
To deliver the highest system efficiency, performance and climate control, an indoor cooling coil must be matched in size and rated with your air conditioner.

3. Furnace
Trane furnaces are uniquely designed to provide maximum heat with minimum fuel usage. And they think for themselves. Key furnace control functions are integrated into one microelectronic system which monitors the thermostat and gas valve ensuring precise temperature control. The current minimum AFUE requirement for furnaces is 78 percent. Trane offers a full line of single-stage, two-stage, and two-stage variable speed furnaces that range from 78 percent to 93 percent AFUE.

4. Air Cleaner
An air cleaner is an integral part of a home comfort system, filtering dust and pollutants out of the air you breathe, and keeping your rugs and home furnishings cleaner, as well. Reduced pollen, dust pet dander, smoke, etc. could help reduce allergy and asthma discomfort.

5. Thermostat
The control center for your home comfort system. Trane's digital, programmable thermostats give you precise temperature control and allow you to program your heating and cooling requirements depending upon your lifestyle.



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