Residents of The Sooner State can call a Trane Comfort Specialist™ to schedule an inspection of their HVAC systems.
Oklahoma’s position in Tornado Alley has climatological implications beyond twisters. Cold, dry Canadian air combines with warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico to sometimes create volatile conditions. The record high of 83 and low of 17 in Oklahoma City were both set on the same day. You can depend on a Trane system to handle Oklahoma weather. Trane has built heating and air conditioning systems for more than 120 years, making a name for itself with quality products and service.
Each HVAC system has an efficiency rating. Air conditioners have a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) while furnaces and heat pumps have Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE). In either case, a higher rating means better efficiency. Attempting to service your HVAC system if you’re not a licensed professional can be dangerous, and doing so could void your warranty. A Trane dealer can test your system for these energy efficiency ratings. HVAC units must meet government regulations on each scale. Trane can repair or upgrade your system if it fails to meet these standards.
If your furnace isn’t keeping you warm and comfortable in the winter, call us for a system checkup. Trane is here to help. You might qualify for eco-rebates or tax credits, depending on where you live in Oklahoma. Apply these incentives to repair and replacement costs for HVAC products designed for residents who buy and maintain energy efficient systems. Your tax specialist can help you apply for these credits. Get the ball rolling with a call to your local Trane Comfort Specialist™ today.