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Choosing the Best System for your Home

Choosing the Best AC or Heating System

AC Repair, Replacement Gilbert, AZ & the East Valley

When shopping for a new HVAC system you should consider three main things:

COMFORT, QUALITY, VALUE

Comfort is subjective so it is very important to ensure your new system will allow you to “choose your climate”. When looking at quality choose a brand with a reputation for performance, reliability and high customer satisfaction. Value is more than just the initial purchase price. Choosing a system with a high Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) value will save you energy and money down the road.

AIR CONDITIONER

An air conditioner is a part of a central heating and cooling system which draws heat energy out of the house and transfers it to the outside air replacing it with cool air.

GAS FURNACE

A gas furnace is the heating component in a majority of systems in colder weather climates. It converts gas to heat. The main components to a furnace include burners and heat exchanger, blower and controls. Trane gas furnaces are built to perform again and again, year after year. Beyond performance, Trane also provides options for energy-efficient operation. In fact, some of our Trane’s furnaces operate at over 95% efficiency, which means that 95% of the fuel you pay for is actually converted into heat for your home.

HEAT PUMP

Technically, a heat pump is a mechanical-compression cycle refrigeration system that can be reversed to either heat or cool a controlled space. Installation for this type of system typically consists of two parts: an indoor unit called an air handler and an outdoor unit similar to a central air conditioner, but referred to as a heat pump. A compressor circulates refrigerant that absorbs and releases heat as it travels between the indoor and outdoor units.

WIFI

Trane Nexia XL824

The XL824 7-day programmable control is wi-fi enabled, compatible with almost all HVAC systems, and can be controlled from your smartphone or tablet.

Trane Nexia XL824 Thermostat

Contact and Control

Not only does the XL824 monitor indoor and outdoor temperatures, so you can adjust your system to be energy-efficient, but it also tells you when it’s time to change a filter or schedule routine maintenance.

Key features

  • 4.3″ color touchscreen
  • Compatible with conventional 24-volt HVAC systems
  • Create up to six daily heating and cooling schedules
  • Indoor relative humidity display
  • Built-in Nexia™ Home Intelligence Z-Wave Bridge. Connect over 200 Z-Wave devices to Nexia™ Home Intelligence
  • Upgradable software
  • Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection
  • 5-day weather forecast & weather radar**
  • Filter, maintenance and humidifier reminders

** Requires high speed router and connection to Nexia™ Home Intelligence.

Trane Nexia XL850

Control your variable speed or communicating system with our new smart control. Not Compatible with conventional HVAC systems.

Contact and Control

Not only does the XL850 monitor indoor and outdoor temperatures, so you can adjust your system to be energy-efficient, but it also tells you when it’s time to change a filter or schedule routine maintenance.

Key features

  • 4.3″ color touchscreen
  • Compatible with ComfortLink™ Communicating and Variable Speed systems
  • Create up to six daily heating and cooling schedules
  • Indoor relative humidity display
  • One touch installation set up with six preset configurations
  • Built-in Nexia Bridge
  • Upgradable software
  • Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection
  • 5-day weather forecast & weather radar**
  • Filter, maintenance and humidifier reminders

** Requires high speed router and connection to Nexia™ Home Intelligence.

ComfortLink™ II XL950
Wi-Fi Thermostat

This is not just a thermostat. It’s an energy command center. The Trane ComfortLink™ II XL950 is an easy-to-use, programmable, digital thermostat control that gives you remote access, live weather and more, all on a beautiful color touch-screen display.

ComfortLink™ II XL950 Wi-Fi Thermostat

Contact and control

Not only does the ComfortLink™ II XL950 Wi-Fi thermostat control monitor indoor and outdoor temperatures, so you can adjust your system to be energy-efficient, but it also tells you when it’s time to change a filter or schedule routine maintenance.

Key Features

  • Utilize this digital control and Wi-Fi thermostat’s 7-inch, color, interactive touch screen that is both a HVAC command center and digital picture frame.
  • Experience the intuitive user interface with communicating capability.
  • Get room-by-room control with this Wi-Fi thermostat’s design.
  • Take advantage of the five-day weather forecasts and live weather reports.
  • Receive remote access via Internet-enabled computer, smartphone or tablet.

PREFER PROGRAMABLE?

FocusPRO® 5000
Non-Programmable Thermostat

The FocusPRO 5000 Non- Programmable Thermostat can be configured for up to two heating and cooling conventional systems and heat pumps. The backlit digital display is easier to read in various lighting conditions. Seasonal battery replacement couldn’t be any easier – just use the flip-out door.

  • Soft key controls
  • Display size options (large or standard screen size)
  • Five-year warranty
  • Large backlit display
  • Easy-Access Battery Replacement
FocusPRO 5000 Thermostat

FocusPRO® 6000
Programmable Thermostat

Tired of thermostats that are hard to read? The FocusPRO 6000 has the largest backlit screen of its kind. This makes it easy to program and check status. The thermostat’s weekday/weekend programming can help save on your heating/cooling costs.

  • 5-1-1/5-2 Day Programming
  • Large backlit digital display (also available in smaller standard screen size)
  • Dual-powered- battery or hard wired
  • Built-in instructions
  • Five-Year warranty
FocusPRO® 6000 Programmable Thermostat

HEATING & COOLING SYSTEMS

Trane’s heating and cooling products are built to withstand years of use and exceed expectations. Be confident with a home heating and cooling system that is designed to last.

There’s a lot to consider when purchasing an HVAC system. Let us help you make the process seamless by providing the knowledge you need – from information about energy tax credits to frequently asked HVAC system questions.

FEATURES TO CONSIDER

When purchasing a furnace or air conditioner, be sure to include the following potential upgrades and their associated costs into your budget.

  • High efficiency: When shopping for air conditioners, find the most efficient unit by comparing the SEER rating of each.
  • Variable speed: A furnace or air conditioner with a blower motor that moves at different speeds to control the flow of air into your home, resulting in better efficiency.
  • Two-stage heating: This type of furnace has a high level for very cold days and a low setting for milder days, resulting in quiet, efficient performance.
  • Two-stage cooling: This means the air conditioner or heat pump has a compressor with TWO levels of operations: high for hot summer days and low for milder days. Since the low setting is adequate to meet household cooling 80% of the time a two-stage unit runs for longer periods and produces more even temperatures.
  • Warranty: Be sure to understand what kind of a warranty is included with your HVAC purchase. Your unit may come with a limited warranty with the option to buy an extended warranty.

Financing

Financing AC-Heating System Gilbert AZ