Trane AC Installation
Since its inception around the turn of the twentieth century, Trane has been a leader in the air conditioning field. Today, Trane carries on this proud tradition by producing residential and commercial air conditioning systems that are considered to be the industry standard. The experienced service technicians at Every Thing Air are qualified to service and install all makes and models of air conditioning systems including Trane. When selecting a new A/C system for your home or office, consult an A/C professional to ensure that you are choosing a model that will adequately cool your space. Learn more about Trane AC installation in all counties from Miami-Dade to Indian River County by calling our office today.
Know Your Options
Purchasing a new air conditioning system is a substantial investment that warrants careful consideration of all of the factors that influence whether or not an A/C unit is the right fit for your space. Trane is well known for their dedication to producing reliable units that are rigorously tested before they are released to consumers. Before you make your final decision regarding your new air conditioning system, take some time to examine a few essential pieces of information.
- Cost: The amount of money you are able to spend on your air conditioning unit can affect the overall quality of the unit. Our service team advises each of our customers that the cheapest option is not always the best choice. In addition to the initial cost of installation, you should evaluate the operational and maintenance costs of the units you are considering. Operational costs can fluctuate based on the energy source used to power your AC as well as how efficient your air conditioning system is. Your maintenance costs can also vary depending on the warranty you select and the overall durability of your AC system.
- Energy Efficiency: The energy efficiency of an air conditioning system is measured by the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating. The higher the SEER number, the more efficient the air conditioning system. As of 2015, the federal government requires split-system central air conditioning systems to have SEER rating of 14 or greater. Our service technicians recommend units that are even more efficient than the minimum federal standard.
- Space: The size of the area you want to cool affects how powerful of a unit that you will need to cool your space. If your unit is too small, it will not provide enough cool air to make the space comfortable. If your unit is too large, it will turn on and off unnecessarily, increasing strain on the compressor and causing energy inefficiencies. Additionally, the space that is available to install your air conditioning system can also affect the size of the unit you purchase.
Schedule your Trane AC installation in all counties from Miami-Dade to Indian River County with an air conditioning specialist from Every Thing Air today.