HVAC 2018-02-12T17:03:48+00:00

HVAC

When it comes to regulating the ideal climate in your home, your HVAC is usually top of mind. For many homeowners, heating and air attributes to more than 40% of monthly electrical costs. And with aggressive rate hikes with utility providers, heating and cooling costs are higher than ever before. Fortunately Fidelity Home Energy proudly partners with Trane, which is the industry’s leading HVAC company specializing in energy efficient heating and air conditioning systems.

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Why Energy Efficient Heating and Air Conditioning

Maintain your comfort, health, and safety while saving money.

When improving a home and it’s efficiency, heating and air conditioning are the biggest concerns. You could be wasting thousands of dollars on inefficient equipment. With an efficient and modern HVAC system from Fidelity Home Energy you get A Comfort System that has better air quality, consistent comfort and savings, and quiet operation.

Air Conditioners

Summer is for relaxing, not battling the heat. A Trane air conditioning system gives you comfort and efficiency, guaranteeing a cooler home all summer long. You can rest comfortably day or night without worrying about your next energy bill.

Gas Furnaces

A natural gas furnace converts gas to heat. Gas furnaces are the most popular choice for the majority of modern homes with central heating and air conditioning. Keep in mind, you can only use a gas furnace if you have a gas line hooked up to your home. Trane furnaces are guaranteed to keep your home warmer, your bills lower, and make those winter months a little more enjoyable.

HVAC INDUSTRY LEADERS

America’s Most Reliable™ HVAC System.

Every Trane is tested to withstand the harshest conditions nature or our engineers can throw at it – like freezing conditions in our System Extreme Environmental Test (SEET) lab or five-inches of water an hour in our Climate Chamber. That’s how we get heating and cooling systems you can count on to run through anything. And when it’s time for a tune-up, our dealers and certified Trane Comfort Specialists™ are always at your service right when you need them. It’s that kind of reliability that’s earned us the positions of America’s Most Trusted HVAC System*.

IT’S HARD TO STOP A TRANE

Life will test it. We test it harder.

Every Trane system is tested in some of the most extreme conditions found in nature to ensure they’re truly unstoppable – like freezing conditions in our System Extreme Environmental Test (SEET) lab. That’s where engineers put units through five years of wear and tear in just a few months, to get a product you can count on to run through anything. We never settle, so they never stop.

TRANE COMFORT SPECIALISTS™

Committed to being the best.

A Trane Comfort Specialist™ is an independent Trane dealer committed to being the best in installation, customer satisfaction, service and employee training. Not every dealer is a Trane Comfort Specialist™. It’s a designation we award only our most qualified specialists. They stay up to date on the latest Trane technology so they are ready to provide the best possible service right when you need it.

ENERGY EFFICIENT

Save up to 62% in energy costs each year with an ultra-efficient Trane.

Looking to cut down your energy bills? Trane heating and cooling systems can help you do just that. When properly selected, our matched systems give you improved comfort at lower operating costs. Check for the ENERGY STAR logo to identify the most efficient heating and cooling products.

Our air conditioners have a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) ranging from 13-22. The higher the efficiency rating, the more energy you save – just like buying a car with better miles per gallon.

Trane high efficiency systems are better for the environment and your wallet.

Savings based on the rating of a matched system
The majority of systems installed prior to 2006 are 10 SEER or lower. Potential energy savings may vary depending on your lifestyle, system settings, equipment maintenance, local climate, home construction and installation of equipment and duct system.

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