Trane Heating and Air Conditioning Matched System


Trane Heating and Air conditioning Matched SystemIn a world where heating and cooling costs are slowly rising, it is important to install a system that is as efficient as possible.  Heating and cooling efficiency requires a complex balance between not only finding a system that runs smoothly, but in  performing a variety of home repairs that prevent heat leakage. We work hard to ensure that people like you receive the energy efficient home they deserve by focusing on installing a high-quality Trane-matched system in your home.

What Is A Trane-Matched System?
A Trane-matched system uses an approved Trane heating and cooling unit to provide your home with a comfortable temperature, no matter the year. It comes with a heat pump, which pumps excess heat out of your home and provides a cool alternative in the summer. In the winter, it will warm up your home by providing warm and allergen-free air.

How does a Trane-matched system improve air quality? By using an Accuclean air filtration system. This high-powered filter is capable of removing up to 99.98 percent of particles from the air, helping to make your home as allergen-free as possible. Older heating and cooling systems don’t have these types of systems, making dangerous allergen spread more likely.

You have two temperature control choices with Trane systems: programmable or non-programmable. Thermostats are easy to use, with simple slide controls for “heat” and “cool” and temperature readouts that indicate the interior temperature. However, you can also program your thermostat to turn on at specific points during the day, allowing you to increase your efficiency by focusing on times when you’re at home.

Another major advantage of a Trane-matched system is it’s relatively quiet. Each system uses an air handler that pumps warm or cool air through your home in near silence. You’ll no longer have to worry about rattling heating systems struggling to pump air or having to turn up the television or radio whenever it runs. You and your family can rest easy knowing that your system is working quietly and efficiently.

Other advantages of these systems include the use of oil or natural gas. These are among the most efficient and inexpensive heating fuels on the market, helping you to save even more money. You also get coils that interact with an outdoor unit to draw air into your system. This helps heat or cool your home naturally and efficiently.

What Is The Installation Process?
Before your heating unit is installed, we sit down with you and perform an energy audit. This includes a breakdown of your home’s current heating options, a discussion of your insulation and problem heat leakage areas, and a conversation about your heating unit options.

We will walk you through your home and share expert advice on what needs to be done to improve your heating efficiency and your air quality. Every aspect of the process will be carefully discussed with you, so that you fully understand why your home’s heating efficiency is low.

This often requires inspecting windows, doors, and other problem areas that often contribute to heat leakage. Installing new energy-efficient windows may be necessary in these circumstances, as well as new types of insulation. Our goal is to help you find an efficiency solution, not talk you into a specific heating unit.

Once you’ve finished the inspection, we will sit down and talk about what kind of unit would work the best in your home. There are so many options available and it takes a lot of hard work to identify the one that is perfect for your needs.

Some systems will be high-powered enough for homes with multiple floors, but will be unnecessary for smaller one-level homes. By contrast, some systems provide just enough heating and cooling power for ranch-style homes, but aren’t powerful enough for larger homes. We will work with you to find the system that will maximize your efficiency.

Once a system has been chosen, we will inspect your old heating and cooling unit, remove it, and carefully install your new one. They should fit on just about any dispersal unit, though we will identify any potential installation problems before choosing your unit. Once installed, we will double-check every aspect of your unit to ensure it runs smoothly and properly.

If you run into any problems with your unit, we will be willing to come back and take a look at it. Any problems caused during the installation process are fixed free-of-charge. However, our friendly and helpful technicians will work hard to ensure that your system suffers from no initial installation problems.


If you are interested in a Trane-matched heating and cooling system, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We will answer your questions and help you make the best heating and cooling decision possible.