STEP 1: CONSIDER YOUR HOME
Take a look at your current home environment and identify your comfort needs. Start by answering the following questions:
Do your heating and air conditioning bills seem too high?
Are any of your current HVAC system units too noisy?
Do you have a problem with humidity in the summer? Dry air in the winter?
Are there rooms that are always too hot or too cold?
Do you have pets or do any family members suffer from allergies?
Do cooking odors linger?
Is your current system still covered by a warranty?
Do you want more control over managing energy costs?
Do you want a unit that is backyard safe?
Do you want a system that’s easy to maintain? With a filter that’s easy to replace?
Is your current outdoor unit unattractive?
Is your current furnace’s short cycle constantly turning on and off?
STEP 2: TAKE INVENTORY
Based on your current situation and home system, your Trane Comfort Specialist can help custom design a system and apply the precise Trane technology to achieve maximum efficiency, reliability and comfort to fit your needs and budget. Have this information ready when you set up your appointment:
Model and Serial Numbers
Make a note of the model numbers and serial numbers on your current equipment. These should be found on a nameplate on the back of your unit (see image for example). And search your home files for the available paperwork.
Your Specific Needs
Be ready to talk about where you live, the structure of your home, and any specific comfort needs (see Step 1). This is especially important and can streamline the discussion, helping your Trane Comfort Specialist determine the proper system type and size, and other components, for your home.
Remember, you‘re investing in year-round comfort—not to mention the long-term comfort of you and your family. Ask your Trane dealer about various financing options being offered with approved credit.
STEP 3: SET UP YOUR APPOINTMENT
Remember, the more prepared you are, the simpler the process. So ask as many questions as you would like, during the call, in the email and at your kitchen table. Your Trane Comfort Specialist has the answers. You can even have them perform a structural analysis of your home if you would like, or instruct you on system maintenance and thermostat settings, because a Trane Comfort Specialist understands your complete comfort goes beyond heating and cooling.