ASM’s Review of Trane Air Conditioning and Heating Products: Recommend.
All Systems Mechanical is licensed to install and service all major brands, including Trane Air Conditioning and Heating products. Trane was founded in Wisconsin in 1885 by James Trane, a plumber who grew his reputation with a low-pressure heating system he invented to combat harsh winters. He and his son Rueben would later incorporate, creating The Trane Company in 1913.
Despite being founded as a heating company, Trane Air Conditioning and Heating now supplies a full line of air conditioning and heating equipment, including residential and commercial HVAC. Trane also manufactures a full line of all HVAC equipment, including heat pumps, air conditioners, heaters, oil furnaces, gas furnaces, package units, and ductless systems.
Trane Air Conditioning and Heating Pros and Cons
- Affordability compared to Lennox and Carrier.
- Warranty Payout Issues (typically due to improper installation).
- Can be Noisy.
People spend a lot of time researching which air conditioning and heating brand to purchase, yet, will quickly call up the first contractor they come across. Regardless of whether you are in our service area, please take the time to do research on who is going to install your new Trane air conditioning and heating system. Who you get to install your unit is far more important than which brand you go with. Trust me. For more information on how to choose an HVAC contractor, take a look at our article: 5 Tips for Choosing an HVAC Contractor.
Overall, Trane air conditioning and heating equipment is reliable and heavy duty, so definitely something to keep on your short-list. If you live in Santa Clarita, San Diego or other parts of Southern California, take a look at the link below and see if you are in our service area – we’d be happy to help you make your decision in any way that we can.