Trane makes cool, comfortable, and durable residential and commercial air conditioners.
Trane began as a family business, founded by James Trane in 1885. Father and son incorporated the business in 1913. Trane was acquired by the American Standard Cos. in February 1984. In November 2007, American Standard Cos. spun off its business divisions, retaining the HVAC division but officially changing its name to Trane. In December 2007 Ingersoll-Rand announced its intention to buy Trane for more than $10 billion, with the deal closing in 2008.
Trane’s HVAC manufacturing facilities are located in 29 locations around the world. Trane has hundreds of sales offices in 100 countries and more than 29,000 employees.
This is what Ferrara’s Air, Inc. is giving you with the purchase of Trane. With one of these units you will receive a consistent, cool, comfortable home year-round. Trane systems endure rigorous testing’s to ensure reliability and long lasting performance for you and your family. Combined with Ferrara’s great prices you have an offer that’s too good to pass up.
A great example is The XL20i this is one of Trane’s better units out in the market today. It also is
One of the industry’s most efficient air conditioners, the XL20i AC unit is built to stand up to the elements and deliver reliable cooling, even on the hottest day of the year, and lowers your cooling costs at the same time. Every Trane Endures Tough Tests for Reliability…….And Affordability!
Come see Ferrara’s Air, Inc. your independent Trane Comfort Specialist dealer for a complete reliable unit.
Somethings to know when purchasing a Trane!
To find your ideal system
Average weather, fuel types and seasonal energy usage will help find your ideal system.
The price of a unit
Total system cost varies by region and depends on a number of factors, including available rebates, installation fees and additional components.
Since a central heating and air conditioning system is not an off-the-shelf product, it requires a professional dealer to assess and install a system that’s right for your home. There is no MSRP or Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price. Multiple factors enter into the purchase price of your new system, such as: the seasonal temperature where you live, the type and age of your home, the interior duct work inside your home, local or state regulations and available tax rebates.
Beyond the Purchase Price
Replacing your home’s heating and air conditioning system is a major decision, but you need to think more than just about the initial purchase price. Factor in how much you can save on your current energy bill by replacing your older system with a higher efficiency system.
Cost Factor: Home Construction
The way your home is constructed can affect the size (capacity) of your air conditioning and heating system. For example, insulation can play a role. R-values tell you the insulation’s resistance to heat flow; the higher the R-value, the more resistant. Insulation with higher R-values can help decrease the system size you’ll need for your home. Lower R-values may mean that the capacity of your system has to be increased in order to keep your home comfortable. Homes with well-insulated windows, doors, walls, roofs, attics, floors, basements, and crawl spaces, along with sealed exterior cracks and seams, typically require less air conditioning and heating capacity than homes that are not as well insulated.
Cost Factor: Home Location
The region where you live will also affect the size of your heating and air conditioning system. For example, the same size home located in the southern half of the United States will require a larger capacity air conditioning system than a similar home in the northern half of the United States. Of course, a home located in the northern half of the United States will need a larger heating capacity requirement than a home in the south.
The direction your home faces is another consideration in determining system size. For example, a home with more exterior wall areas that face south and west will need greater air conditioning capacity than one with more exterior wall area facing north and east. If your home has a large window area that faces south or west, you will need greater air conditioning capacity, as well.
Cost Factor: Ductwork
Ductwork is the air distribution system in your home that directs and delivers heated or cooled air. The duct system has a significant impact on system performance and plays an integral role in determining how comfortable your home is from room to room. When properly designed and installed, a duct system can maximize comfort and minimize energy use. If it is time to replace your aging system and you have hot or cold rooms in your house, you may want to consider making duct system improvements at the same time your dealer installs the new system. Install a properly sized duct system with registers and grilles that deliver air quietly and evenly.
For your entire Trane Air Conditioning Repair, Services and Maintenance Needs, Ferrara’s Air, Inc. should be your first choice in South Florida. Not only do we specialize in Trane AC repairs and Trane AC services, but we also provide Trane AC retail sales. So if you’re looking to install a new Trane AC in your home, office, or commercial space contact Ferrara’s Air, Inc. at 954-914-9000. We look forward to hearing from you.