Ask any professional in any trade about their favorite tools and/or brands, and they’re bound to have an immediate answer for you. That’s just what happens when you’ve been working in a specific trade for long enough: you start to develop strong opinions about the best products and name brands because you’re constantly dealing with them.
Peerless HVAC, Inc. is no exception when it comes to picking favorites. Our top choice for HVAC equipment is Trane, hands down.
We’ve been providing residential and commercial HVAC service for more than 12 years. In that time, we’ve worked with quite a diverse selection of manufacturers and models. Although we’re highly trained and skilled in handling most major brands, we particularly enjoy working with the Trane brand. The reason is simple: We believe Trane makes a superior product.
It comes down to the fact that Trane products are built to last. The company’s slogan is, “It’s Hard to Stop a Trane.” Established way back in 1913, Trane is still thriving to this day because of its commitment to reliable, long-lasting HVAC systems.
One thing we appreciate about Trane is the fact that it engineers and tests many of its own parts in-house, which means better quality assurance than most other companies.
Even better, though, is the excellent warranty. Trane’s Registered Limited Warranty covers owners from 5 years to a lifetime, depending on the product. The warranty may also be transferable to a new homeowner if you sell your house. If you go beyond that and purchase an Optional Extended Warranty, all of your parts and labor will also be covered during repairs.
Trane Stands Behind Its Products
In other words, we love working with Trane products not only because they’re durable and high-quality, but also because the company stands behind them. In our years of experience, we’ve seen firsthand that not every manufacturer is this dependable or trustworthy.
For more info about Trane and other brands, feel free to call Peerless HVAC, Inc.! We’d be happy to give you our professional opinion and answer any HVAC maintenance or installation questions you may have.