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Keep Your Trane Running

Does your system need a tune-up?

Trane systems are designed to for optimal efficiency and comfort. Regular maintenance is the best way to ensure peak performance. These service check-ins can reveal leaks, rust or wear and tear, so check in with your local Trane dealer each season.

Maintenance Tips

Disclaimer

The following information is for educational purposes only. Tampering with your system may void your warranty. If you have any questions about your system, call a Trane Comfort Specialist™.

Schedule annual maintenance

Heating & Cooling

2x Each Year

Schedule appointments in the spring and fall

Air Conditioner

1x Each Year

Schedule an appointment in late winter or early spring, before cooling season

Furnace

1x Each Year

Schedule an appointment in late summer or early fall, before heating season

Prepare for your service appointment

Keep in mind these tips are suggestions. Tampering with your unit could void your warranty. Always ask a dealer if you are unsure.

  • Outdoor Maintenance
  • Clean any dirt, leaves and debris outside the main cabinet.
  • Inspect the base pan for blocked drain openings.
  • Inspect the coil and cabinet for any holes and leaks.
  • Inspect the fan blades while they’re in motion and stationary to determine wear and damage.
  • Inspect and clean outside of control box associated with unit.
  • Indoor Maintenance
  • Clean or replace filters.
  • Check for leaks in the ductwork.
  • Check for any unusual odors when your system starts.
  • Listen for abnormal noises when your system starts.
  • Inspect your control box wiring and connections.

Make your home more energy efficient

These suggestions can help you save money on energy bills and reduce the use of fossil fuels.

  • Cooling Efficiency
  • Make sure your attic is properly ventilated.
  • Draw blinds or drapes to block the sunlight during the hottest part of the day.
  • Set your ceiling fans to rotate counter-clockwise.
  • Use your grill and cook outside as much as possible
  • Heating Efficiency
  • Make sure your home is properly insulated so heat doesn’t escape.
  • Lock the windows to reduce the warm air escaping your home.
  • Make sure all heating vents are clear of obstruction.
  • Lower the thermostat when hosting a large number of guests.