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Why Choose a Trane Air Conditioner?

When you find yourself in the market for a new air conditioning system in Cottonwood Heights, it is important that you take the time to do some research before choosing which system you’ll invest in. There are many great makes and models out there, and finding the right one for your needs, budget and user preferences can be tricky. When you work with the pros on our staff, though, you can rest assured in knowing that you’ll have the assistance necessary to choose wisely. One option to consider is an air conditioner from the Trane product line. Read the information below, and give Design Comfort a call if you think that Trane is a good fit for you.

Innovation Throughout History

While Trane was founded way back in 1885, and was incorporated in 1913, they have never grown stagnant or rested on their laurels; instead, they’ve been one of the leading innovators in the HVAC industry since the inception of the company. When Trane became an AC pioneer in 1931, the very concept of residential cooling was a foreign, even radical concept. As our satisfied customers will tell you, though, Trane made efficient, reliable, and consistent residential cooling a very real option for homeowners everywhere. With more than 29,000 employees, and 29 manufacturing companies throughout the world, a Trane air conditioning system is installed every minute of every day. That level of growth is indicative of the type of forward thinking and innovation that defines the Trane line.

Built to Last, Tested to Extremes

It is one thing to manufacture popular air conditioning systems. It is another to stand by their performance quality and reliability completely. Trane’s products are painstakingly designed and rigorously tested in order to ensure that they function precisely as they ought to. Trane puts its products to the test in the SEET (Systems Extreme Environmental Test) lab in order to ensure that they are able to handle anything mother nature could send their way. From shocking cold to soaring heat, these units are tested in the harshest conditions that Trane can dream up. When they’ve been proven to excel regardless of the challenges placed before them, only then are they ready for the market. Call for more details, and learn more about Trane here.

 

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