Trane

Trane represents one of the best and most durable brands in home comfort.  They are not only proud to sell you their heating and cooling systems, they are also interested in your feedback.  After your purchase and installation, Trane will send you a survey to fill out.  This will give you the opportunity to let Trane know how satisfied you are about our performance, about the performance of your system, or any other things you would like to share.  Your comments and opinions are very important to Trane. Your responses go directly to Trane and to Arnold Service Company where they are a top priority.  Any issues are brought to Anold Service Company’s attention for immediate resolution. Trane & Arnold Service Company wants to be sure you are completely satisfied for the entire time you own your Trane system.  Arnold Service company  want your comfort to be long term.  If you have concerns or questions about your system , we hope Arnold Service Company will be the first call you make.  Click to see Trane products that are available.

HOW MUCH DOES A SYSTEM COST?

 Total system cost varies by region and depends on a number of factors, including available rebates, installation fees and additional components.


Purchase Price

Because a central heating and air conditioning system is not an off-the-shelf product, it requires a professional dealer to assess and install a system that’s right for your home. There is no MSRP. Multiple factors enter into the purchase price of your new system, such as: the seasonal temperature where you live, the type and age of your home, the interior duct work inside your home, local or state regulations and available tax rebates.

Beyond the Purchase Price

Replacing your home is heating and air conditioning system is a major decision, but you need to think more than just about the initial purchase price. Factor in how much you can save on your current energy bill by replacing your older system with a higher efficiency system.

Cost Factor: Home Construction

The way your home is constructed can affect the size (capacity) of your air conditioning and heating system. For example, insulation can play a role. R-values tell you the insulation’s resistance to heat flow; the higher the R-value, the more resistant. Insulation with higher R-values can help decrease the system size you’ll need for your home. Lower R-values may mean that the capacity of your system has to be increased in order to keep your home comfortable. Homes with well-insulated windows, doors, walls, roofs, attics, floors, basements, and crawl spaces, along with sealed exterior cracks and seams, typically require less air conditioning and heating capacity than homes that are not as well insulated.

Cost Factor: Home Location

The region where you live will also affect the size of your heating and air conditioning system. For example, the same size home located in the southern half of the United States will require a larger capacity air conditioning system than a similar home in the northern half of the United States. Of course, a home located in the northern half of the United States will need a larger heating capacity requirement than a home in the south.

The direction your home faces is another consideration in determining system size. For example, a home with more exterior wall areas that face south and west will need greater air conditioning capacity than one with more exterior wall area facing north and east. If your home has a large window area that faces south or west, you will need greater air conditioning capacity, as well.

Cost Factor: Ductwork

Ductwork is the air distribution system in your home that directs and delivers heated or cooled air. The duct system has a significant impact on system performance and plays an integral role in determining how comfortable your home is from room to room. When properly designed and installed, a duct system can maximize comfort and minimize energy use. If it is time to replace your aging system and you have hot or cold rooms in your house, you may want to consider making duct system improvements at the same time your dealer installs the new system. Install a properly sized duct system with registers and grilles that deliver air quietly and evenly.

HOW DOES A CENTRAL HEATING/COOLING SYSTEM WORK?

Central heating and central cooling systems are separate things but they are matched to work together. Here’s how.

Central Cooling

The most common central cooling system is a split system, which includes an outdoor cabinet containing a condenser coil and compressor, and an indoor evaporator coil, usually installed in conjunction with your furnace or air handler. The compressor pumps a chemical called refrigerant through the system.

How It Works

Once warm air inside your home blows across the indoor evaporator coil, its heat energy transfers to the refrigerant inside the coil. That transfer, in turn, “cools” the air. The refrigerant is pumped back to the compressor where the cycle begins again. The heat absorbed by the refrigerant is moved outside your home while cooled air is blown inside. Moisture that contributes to humidity is also condensed out of the air.

Your cooling system is usually combined with your central heating system because they share the same ductwork for distributing conditioned air throughout your home.

Central Heating

Central heating systems have a primary heating appliance, such as a furnace, typically located in your basement or garage. All furnaces consist of four main components: 1) burners that deliver and burn fuel, 2) heat exchangers, 3) a blower and 4) a flue that acts as an exhaust for gaseous by-products. Depending on your situation, region and needs, you can choose from heating systems running on either gas or oil as fuel, or a hybrid packaged system that can use both fuel types.

How It Works

Combustion gases are generated by the burners in your furnace and passed through a heat exchanger. Air from your home blows across the heat exchanger to be warmed. It is then blown through a system of ducts to distribute around your home. During warm seasons your heating system works with your central air conditioning. Air is cooled as it’s blown over your air conditioning unit’s cooling coil, often attached to the air circulating fan of the furnace, and then sent through the same air ducts throughout your home.

Your local Trane Comfort Specialist can help you decide which central cooling and heating system is right for you. Trane matched systems can be customized with cooling and heating units that match your situation and let you choose from a range of energy efficiency.

WHAT SHOULD I KNOW BEFORE CONTACTING A DEALER?

Your 4-Step Home Checklist

Step 1: Consider Your Home

Take a look at your current home environment and identify your comfort needs. Start by answering the following questions:

Do your heating and air conditioning bills seem too high?
Are any of your current HVAC system units too noisy?
Do you have a problem with humidity in the summer? Dry air in the winter?
Are there rooms that are always too hot or too cold?
Do you have pets or do any family members suffer from allergies?
Do cooking odors linger?
Is your current system still covered by a warranty?
Do you want more control over managing energy costs?
Do you want a unit that is backyard safe?
Do you want a system that’s easy to maintain? With a filter that’s easy to replace?
Is your current outdoor unit unattractive?
Is your current furnace’s short cycle constantly turning on and off?

Step 2: Figure Out Your System

Use this simple program to get a better of idea of which system can best meet your home comfort needs based on region, home size and average energy use.

Step 3: Take Inventory

Based on your current situation and home system, your Trane Comfort Specialist can help custom design a system and apply the precise Trane technology to achieve maximum efficiency, reliability and comfort to fit your needs and budget. Have this information ready when you set up your appointment:

Model and Serial Numbers
Make a note of the model numbers and serial numbers on your current equipment. These should be found on a nameplate on the back of your unit (see image for example). And search your home files for the available paperwork.

Your Specific Needs
Be ready to talk about where you live, the structure of your home, and any specific comfort needs (see Step 1). This is especially important and can streamline the discussion, helping your Trane Comfort Specialist determine the proper system type and size, and other components, for your home.

Financing
Remember, you‘re investing in year-round comfort—not to mention the long-term comfort of you and your family. Ask your Trane dealer about various financing options being offered by the dealership.

Step 4: Set Up Your Appointment

Remember, the more prepared you are, the simpler the process. So ask as many questions as you would like, during the call, in the email and at your kitchen table. Your Trane Comfort Specialist has the answers. You can even have them perform a structural analysis of your home if you would like, or instruct you on system maintenance and thermostat settings, because a Trane Comfort Specialist understands your complete comfort goes beyond heating and cooling.

WHAT DOES THE REGISTERED LIMITED WARRANTY COVER?

 Registered Limited Warranty terms, if the product is registered within 60 days of installation, cover system components such as compressors, coils, heat exchangers and internal functional parts, depending on the product.rane’s warranty programs can offer you years of worry-free protection, because we stand behind everything we build, your new system is covered by some of the best Manufacturers Limited Warranties in the industry. For owners looking for a little extra security, we also offer Optional Extended Warranties to give you years of worry-free protection long after your system has been installed.

Manufacturers Limited Warranty

Registered Limited Warranty terms are available if the product is registered within 60 days of installation. Registration can be completed online or by calling 1-800-554-6413. If the product is not registered within 60 days of installation, Trane’s Base Limited Warranty terms will apply. For complete, detailed information on your specific products warranty coverage, visit the product page or contact your independent Trane dealer. A heating and air conditioning system is a major purchase, so you’ll want to make sure you fully understand the warranty before you buy. Discuss with your dealer what the Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty covers for the model(s) you’ve selected and if upgrading it with an Optional Extended Warranty is right for you. Ask your dealer for full warranty information at time of purchase. Warranties are for residential use only, some exclusions may apply.

Warranty terms vary depending on which Trane product you own, but here is an overview of what is covered:

  • Air conditioners compressor, outdoor coil, internal functional parts
  • Heat pumps compressor, outdoor coil, internal functional parts
  • Furnaces heat exchanger, internal functional parts
  • Coils internal functional parts
  • All-in-One Systems heat exchanger (where applicable), compressor, coil, internal functional parts
  • Air Handlers internal functional parts
  • Air Cleaners internal functional parts (excludes filters)
  • Humidifiers internal functional parts
  • Controls and Thermostats internal functional parts

 How Do I Register?

Product registration is quick and easy. All you need to complete the process is the serial number, model number and installation date for each of your new Trane products. If you don’t have this information handy on your sales invoice, your dealer can provide it for you.

WHAT SIZE SYSTEM DO I NEED?

It’s important to install the right Trane matched system size for your home, depending on a number of factors.

When it comes to your heating and air conditioning system, bigger isn’t always better, and smaller isn’t always more economical.

The Wrong System Size Could Cost You

A system that is too large will cool or heat your house quickly, but you still may not feel comfortable. That’s because it will satisfy the temperature setting on your thermostat before it can adequately remove sufficient moisture from the air—which is what makes you feel so sticky and uncomfortable in summer. What’s more, the stress of short cycling (too many starts and stops) will shorten the life of your equipment and increase your heating and air conditioning bills.

A system that is too small just cannot get the job done. The air conditioning will run constantly in the summer and the furnace will do the same in winter, which may overtax your system and increase your energy consumption.

Consult Your Trane Comfort Specialist

In most homes across the country, systems are in fact too large. And an oversized system not only makes it more difficult to control your comfort levels, it costs you money, because you’re essentially paying to heat or cool space that isn’t even there. That’s why a properly completed load calculation is so important. Your independent Trane dealer can determine the correct system type and size for your home by doing a room-by-room load calculation. This heat loss/heat gain analysis is the best indicator of the correct system size and takes into consideration such critical factors as:

  • Climate
  • Number of windows and type of window treatments
  • Insulation and ductwork
  • Building materials and roof construction
  • Skylights and fireplaces
  • Ceiling heights
  • The number of people in your home

  • DOES TRANE OFFER AN EXTENDED WARRANTY?

  • Trane offers an Optional Extended Warranty for both new purchases and products purchased within the last five years.

An extended warranty protects your investment and gives you peace of mind for the long run. If you didn’t purchase an optional extended warranty when you bought your system, it’s not too late. If your unit or system is less than 5 years old, you can still purchase one. If you currently have an optional extended warranty and require service, just call the dealer listed on your agreement and he’ll take care of you. If you are unable to contact your assigned servicer, call any Trane dealer listed under the Trane listing in your local Yellow Pages or use our dealer locator for assistance.

Optional Extended Warranty

The Trane Extended Warranty coverage includes:

  1. Option to purchase coverage in five (5)- or ten (10)-year increments* to cover parts only or parts and labor for the duration of the agreement. The option to purchase coverage on equipment that has been installed for less than 5 years is also available. Some restrictions apply.
  2. Fully transferable to the new owner if property is sold.
  3. Built-in product replacement advantage

Please note that routine maintenance is required as recommended in the owner’s guide to ensure proper performance of the equipment. Repairs that are required due to lack of routine maintenance are not covered by the Trane Extended Warranty Agreement. Your independent Trane dealer can provide routine maintenance. A range of coverage options and features are available. For more information, contact your independent Trane dealer.

*Renewal is at the sole option of Trane Standard Warranty Company.

 WHAT DOES THE REGISTERED LIMITED WARRANTY COVER?

Registered Limited Warranty terms, if the product is registered within 60 days of installation, cover system components such as compressors, coils, heat exchangers and internal functional parts, depending on the product.

Trane’s warranty programs can offer you years of worry-free protection, because we stand behind everything we build, your new system is covered by some of the best Manufacturers Limited Warranties in the industry. For owners looking for a little extra security, we also offer Optional Extended Warranties to give you years of worry-free protection long after your system has been installed.

Manufacturers Limited Warranty

Registered Limited Warranty terms are available if the product is registered within 60 days of installation. Registration can be completed online or by calling 1-800-554-6413. If the product is not registered within 60 days of installation, Trane’s Base Limited Warranty terms will apply. For complete, detailed information on your specific products warranty coverage, visit the product page or contact your independent Trane dealer. A heating and air conditioning system is a major purchase, so you’ll want to make sure you fully understand the warranty before you buy. Discuss with your dealer what the Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty covers for the model(s) you’ve selected and if upgrading it with an Optional Extended Warranty is right for you. Ask your dealer for full warranty information at time of purchase. Warranties are for residential use only, some exclusions may apply.

Warranty terms vary depending on which Trane product you own, but here is an overview of what is covered:

  • Air conditioners compressor, outdoor coil, internal functional parts
  • Heat pumps compressor, outdoor coil, internal functional parts
  • Furnaces heat exchanger, internal functional parts
  • Coils internal functional parts
  • All-in-One Systems heat exchanger (where applicable), compressor, coil, internal functional parts
  • Air Handlers internal functional parts
  • Air Cleaners internal functional parts (excludes filters)
  • Humidifiers internal functional parts
  • Controls and Thermostats internal functional parts

 How Do I Register?

  Product registration is quick and easy. All you need to complete the process is the serial number, model number and installation date for each of your new Trane products. If you don’t have this information handy on your sales invoice, your dealer can provide it for you.

 WHAT IS ENERGY STAR?

 ENERGY STAR is a government-backed program helping businesses and individuals reduce energy costs and protect the environment through superior energy efficiency.

ENERGY STAR is a voluntary labeling program developed by the U.S. Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 1992 to promote awareness of energy-efficient products. Trane has partnered with the EPA to label our high-efficiency systems with the ENERGY STAR label so homeowners can easily identify those higher-efficiency products that can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and save energy.

 WHAT ARE THE ENERGY STAR REQUIREMENTS?

 To qualify for ENERGY STAR requires heating and cooling units to meet or exceed minimum efficiency ratings.

The minimum efficiency required by the EPA for ENERGY STAR recognition includes: air conditioner and heat pump units with a SEER of 14.5 or above, 12 EER, or HSPF of 8.2 or above; all Trane gas furnaces with an AFUE of 90% or above.

HOW CAN I SAVE ON MY ENERGY BILL?

 Many factors can influence the potential savings on your energy consumption, including efficiency rating, lifestyle and having the right-sized system for your home.

When properly selected, higher efficiency Trane matched systems give you improved comfort at reduced operating costs by using fewer energy resources. With a proper load calculation for the right-sized system and one of Trane’s many high-efficiency products that meet or exceed ENERGY STAR guidelines, you can keep your utility bills down and reduce energy costs.

Efficiency Rating

Remember that the higher the efficiency rating, the greater the energy savings. All Trane split system air conditioner and heat pump matched systems with a SEER of 14.5 or above, 12 EER, or HSPF of 8.2 or above and all Trane gas furnaces with an AFUE of 90% or above meet or exceed the minimum efficiency required by the EPA for ENERGY STAR recognition.

Trane helps you identify higher-efficiency products with an ENERGY STAR logo on the product’s nameplate.

Proper Load Calculation

Another vital step to getting a more efficient Trane matched system for your home is to have your independent Trane dealer conduct a load calculation. Most homes today are heated and cooled by units that are too big for the home—others are too small. When an air conditioner or heat pump system is not the proper size (capacity) for a home, an array of problems can result. Temperatures might be uneven. Units might not run long enough to properly control humidity. You may have more maintenance problems over time. And the money you think you might be saving may be reduced, because with units that are too big, you’re essentially paying to heat or cool space that isn’t there.

Along with a proper load calculation from your independent Trane dealer—who accurately calculates the right size system for your home—we design all our products in a variety of capacity sizes to make sure that each one works as intended.

The Benefits of Conserving Energy

Household energy use contributes to air pollution, including 20% of all U.S. emissions of carbon dioxide. It also accounts for 26% of all U.S. emissions of sulfur dioxide and 15% of nitrogen oxides. By reducing your personal energy use, using more energy-efficient appliances and heating and cooling equipment, and constructing more energy-efficient homes, we can reduce pollution and save energy at the same time.

Regular Seasonal Maintenance

Have your local Trane dealer perform preventative maintenance before the summer cooling and winter heating seasons begin. Asking a professional to check your system will increase the life of the system, improve energy efficiency, reduce pollutants and save money.

A dirty furnace filter can restrict airflow and increase energy use in your home. Keeping your furnace clean, lubricated and properly adjusted can save about 5 percent on heating costs. To increase the efficiency of your furnace, replace or clean filters once a month during operating seasons.

HOW DOES TRANE MAKE MY HOME MORE ENERGY-EFFICIENT?

Trane offers a portfolio of high-performing and high-quality heating and air conditioning systems to help make a lasting difference in your home’s energy management.

Simplifying the Complicated
There are plenty of things you can do to make a lasting difference when it comes to home energy management, but unfortunately, it’s easy to end up buying a heating, ventilation and air conditioning system that is too large (or too small) for your home, which means you could be paying to heat and cool space that isn’t even there. Heating and cooling your home can often be complex and confusing. With all the acronyms, terminology and choices, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed when trying to find the system that best fits your home’s needs. Trane believes that “greening” your home shouldn’t be a complicated process and welcomes the opportunity to help your home be more energy efficient all year. 

Totally Integrated Home Comfort
Trane high-efficiency products can provide much-needed relief from rising utility bills and energy costs, while also helping you do something positive for your community and the environment. The average household will pay $2,300 this year on energy costs, with heating and cooling accounting for the majority of that total. (Source: Alliance to Save Energy) 

Below are some ENERGY STAR qualified systems to help you with your energy management:

  • The Trane XC95 is one of the market’s most efficient gas furnaces and attains up to a 95 percent AFUE rating, which is nearly 20 percent higher than the government minimum standard. By installing an efficient furnace, you can save up to 40 percent on home heating costs.
  • The Trane XL20i is among the highest energy efficient air conditioners available today and its SEER of up to 20.00 exceeds the minimum efficiency of 13 SEER set by the Department of Energy. A SEER rating of up to 20.00 can mean a savings of up to 60 percent on a family’s annual cooling costs, if the system it’s replacing is 10 years or older*.

Programmable Thermostats
Programmable thermostats like the Trane XL800 are designed to maximize the performance of your home comfort system with reliable and accurate temperature control. The average annual savings for programmable thermostats is about $100, and they often pay for themselves in two years or less. 

Applied Efficiency
Many of Trane’s high-efficiency products meet the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency. An HVAC unit may be rated as a 20 SEER device in the box, but when the unit is installed in a home, what the system actually delivers in terms of efficiency may be different due to certain variables in the home. Efficiency can go down due to factors such as improper air flow, mismatched coils and leaking ducts. It’s important to make sure your HVAC system is installed properly so you are getting the most efficiency possible from your system. Your local Trane Comfort Specialist can help you make sure you get the most from your system. 
Rated efficiency applies to HVAC systems that are rated in laboratory conditions assuming the refrigerant charge and system airflow is 100 percent accurate. Applied efficiency is what the system actually delivers once it’s charged and installed in your home in real world conditions. 

Some quick facts on system efficiencies:

  • 70 percent of HVAC systems do not have the correct air flow, which impacts energy efficiency (according to the Environmental Protection Agency).
  • Almost 74 percent of HVAC systems have an improper amount of refrigerant, which can impact performance by up to 15 percent. This can result in higher energy costs, reduced reliability and faster wear and tear because systems do not operate at maximum efficiency.

Trane’s technology is designed to achieve maximum efficiency, reliability and comfort, delivering the efficiency its ratings promise and customers expect. Trane has designed the Trane ComfortLink™ Communicating System that harnesses the power of digital communication to go far beyond heating and cooling to ensure your system is working as efficiently as possible. This special technology is built into specific Trane products, allowing them to “communicate” with each other. The interface enables all communicating components in the air conditioning and heating system to be automatically and properly charged, configured and calibrated. The system is designed to run its own self-diagnostics to ensure the proper airflow for heating and cooling modes, as well as the correct heat source configuration, blower timings and humidity control.

*Potential energy use comparing an 8-SEER system to a 20-SEER high-efficiency system. Actual energy savings will vary depending on many factors including your lifestyle, system settings, maintenance, climate and installation.

HOW CLEAN IS THE AIR IN MY HOME?
In general, indoor air is four to five times more polluted than outdoor air. Approximately 87% of American homeowners are unaware of indoor air pollution.

Get to Know Particulates

There’s more in the air than you can easily see—particles, dust and smoke, all of them potential triggers for asthma and allergy attacks. Particles like dust, smoke and bacteria are often .3 microns or less. At that size, allergens can get deep into your lungs because they aren’t filtered well by your nose and throat.

Reduce Particulates with an Air Cleaning System

An effective whole-house air cleaner, such as Trane CleanEffects™, can reduce the presence of potential asthma and allergy attack triggers in your home. Get rid of the majority of particles like dust, pollen, pet hair and dander, dust mites, mildew, lint, fungus, most tobacco smoke, cooking grease, and even bacteria.

Did You Know?

  • According to a study by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, indoor air contaminants are responsible for or aggravate half of all illnesses.
  • Poor indoor air quality negatively affects more than 15 million Americans who have asthma and the 28 million who suffer from hay fever and other allergies.
  • It is recommended we drink approximately two quarts of clean water each day. By comparison, we inhale approximately 15,000 quarts of air each day.
  • More than 15 million Americans are estimated to have asthma, including one in 13 school-age children.
  • Because they breathe faster than adults, children inhale 50% more air per pound
    of body weight than adults and are especially sensitive to air quality problems

  • HOW CAN I MAKE THE AIR IN MY HOME CLEANER?
  • The average American spends more than 90% of their time indoors, making them susceptible to unsafe particles and allergens. An efficient Trane system never stops working to ensure the air in your home is clean and breathable.

Reduce Allergens 
As published in BioMed Central Journal, an independent publishing house committed to providing access to peer-reviewed biomedical research, Trane CleanEffects™ has been shown to reduce triggers for allergies and asthma. It removes up to 99.98% and particles and allergens from the filtered air. Installing Trane CleanEffects™ can be an important part of your overall allergy and asthma management plan. 

Expert Allergy Tips 
Here are allergy experts’ tips for managing allergies and asthma in the home:

  • Control dust mites — Use anti-dust mite covers and wash sheets in hot water at least once a week; 130 degrees is recommended.
  • Eliminate mold sources – Fix leaky pipes and keep bathroom grout clean.
  • Stay smoke-free — Avoid non-ventilated, smoky rooms and second-hand smoke.
  • Avoid pet dander — Keep pets off the furniture, out of the bedroom, and if necessary, consider taking the pet out of the home.
  • Close doors and windows — Keep windows and doors shut to keep outdoor pollens, molds and irritants outside.
  • Install a whole-house air cleaner — An air cleaning system, such as Trane CleanEffects™ removes airborne particles and allergens too tiny for your nose and mouth to filter naturally.

In addition to taking steps to control allergens in the home, you should always see an allergist to determine the cause of your symptoms. An allergy specialist can run a series of simple blood or skin tests to determine if your asthma symptoms are allergy-related. 


Say Goodbye to Dust
Have you ever felt that no matter how often you dust the dust seems to reappear the next day? You’re not alone. The average six-room house collects 40 pounds of dust each year. New studies show that the installation of Trane CleanEffects™ reduces dust accumulation in your home by more than 50%.
WHAT IS TRANE CLEANEFFECTS™?
It’s the world’s most effective whole-house air filtration system, removing up to 99.98% of airborne allergens, including bacteria and viruses down to .1 micron.

 

Enjoy Clean Air

Trane CleanEffects™ uses breakthrough, patented technology which has been performance verified by professors from the Harvard School of Public Health. Trane CleanEffects™ removes more airborne allergens from the filtered air in your home than any other air cleaning system, up to 100 times more than a standard 1″ filter.

How It Works

First, it traps the large particles that the air in your home circulates through your heating or cooling system, carrying millions of airborne particles through the ductwork. As the air goes through the pre-filter, it traps the majority of the large particles.

Then it charges the small ones. The Trane CleanEffects™ field charger creates a series of electrically charged corona fields through which incoming air must pass. Since the air passes through many small electrical fields, rather than over a single charged metal wire or plate, more airborne contaminants are collected than in traditional electronic air cleaner systems.

Finally, it collects the even smaller ones. Each layer of the Trane CleanEffects™ collection element is only .08 inches apart, with alternating charges, making for a stronger, more effective collection field that traps particles down to .1 micron in size. The patented filter is the most efficient of any on the market since it doesnt become clogged and hamper airflow. What is more, it has 8 times the collection surface of an electronic air cleaner.

HOW DO I CHOOSE AN AIR CLEANER?

Think about how clean you want the air in your home. There are many air cleaners, but only Trane CleanEffects™ removes up to 99.98% of airborne allergens and particulates in your home.

Some Considerations on Choosing an Air Filter

In the spring or fall, most allergy symptoms are caused by pollen or mold spores, but other causes also play a part. In fact, up to 72 trillion allergens find their way into your home every day.

  • Mold spores can irritate the respiratory passages
  • Dander from pets can float in the air and cause reactions in sensitive family members
  • Dust mites can lurk in bedding, upholstery and almost any other soft material, generating irritating waste particles that can become airborne
  • Dust is the big culprit. The average home generates about 40 pounds of dust per year per 1,500 square feet of space
  • Homes are built more airtight than ever, trapping more allergens and irritants indoors