Trane is a 100-year-old company with a history of introducing leading-edge innovations that help improve comfort while lowering utility costs. Legendary stories of Trane durability endure, including a Trane air conditioner that was almost fully submerged in the flood waters of Hurricane Floyd in 1999 but still kept running. All of the components incorporated into Trane products must meet the highest quality standards, and Trane is still the only major manufacturer that makes its own compressors.
Trane HVAC residential products are backed by one of the industry’s most comprehensive warranty protection programs. When properly registered, air conditioners, heat pumps, and furnaces are covered by a minimum warranty of 10 years on the compressor, 10 years on coils, 20 years on heat exchangers and 10 years on parts. Multi-stage and inverter controlled compressors in advanced models are covered for 20 years. If you experience a problem with a Trane unit, your warranty ensures that the issue will be resolved quickly and accurately.
The Trane Comfort Specialist designation is awarded to dealers who consistently demonstrate the highest level of customer service, technical expertise and an unwavering commitment to the industry. They must specialize in every phase of the HVAC installation, repair and maintenance process. Most TCS contractors only employ NATE-certified technicians, which serves as your assurance the work will be done right the first time.
The process of becoming a Trane Comfort Specialist dealer is rigorous and demanding, and few HVAC contractors are accepted into the program. TCS dealers must continually meet Trane’s stringent requirements, which include participation in continuing education programs and always providing superior customer service. When you choose a Trane Comfort Specialist, you’ll know you’re dealing with one of the most capable contractors in the industry.
Trane manufactures the very best heating and cooling products you can buy. Advanced air conditioners, heat pumps, and furnaces are built to withstand extreme conditions and provide many years of trouble-free operation. If you’re interested in learning more about quality Trane products, contact an independent Trane Comfort Specialist today.