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Trane HVAC Systems


Innovating comfort & Improving Air Quality in Your Home

There's a lot to consider when purchasing an HVAC system. To make it easier, we’ve collected the tools and information you need most to make the right choice.

When buying a new home heating and cooling system, it’s important to know what you want most and what combination of system and features offers the best solution for your home. 

The best way to get started is to remember and follow these three steps described below: Prepare, Research and Shop.

✔️ Quietest Performance
✔️ Easy Financing
✔️ Custom System Builds

Amazing Features

Quietest Performance

Feeling comfortable and at peace in your own home is something that you and your family deserve. With a variable speed Vortica II blower and a variable speed draft inducer, the S9V2-VS furnace provides comfort and maximum efficiency with very little sound helping ensure quiet performance for your home.

Variable Speed

The Trane TruComfort™ systems give you precise comfort by running at the exact speed needed to keep your home comfortable. This allows the variable speed compressor, outdoor fan, and indoor fan to vary operating speed and BTU as the temperature outside changes, slowing down or speeding up gradually in as little as 1/10 of 1% increments to keep comfort within 1/2° of the thermostat setting.

Connected Control

Zoning Control with built-in Nexia Bridge combines zoning technology and a home automation hub to remotely control your home, comfort, and energy use. It's easily accessible from a smartphone, tablet or computer, which makes adjusting the temperature for your family's comfort a breeze.

Time for a New System?

Let Deluxe Plumbing and Heating help you make the right choice. Deciding whether to repair or replace an air conditioner, furnace or heat pump is one of the most important choices you'll make. If the unit is out of warranty or outdated, making costly repairs doesn’t make sense. In fact, a more efficient model can lower your yearly energy costs.

Ask yourself these 3 questions:

How old is your unit? Air conditioners and heat pumps tend to have a lifespan of 10-12 years. Furnaces usually last 15-20 years. If your system is older, it's probably time to replace your system.

Are your energy bills too high? Older systems are usually less efficient than newer systems. Replacing your current heating and cooling system with a more efficient system can help lower your utility bills.

Are you ready to make an investment? Installing a new system costs more upfront, but it can provide long-term savings. Our financing options can make the investment manageable for any income.

Ask Deluxe


Buying a Trane heating and air conditioning system is a big decision. And a personal one. Take this time to think about your comfort needs and what features are most important for you and the climate you live in. This will help you make sure you get the right Trane system.

What size HVAC system do I need?

What’s the most popular system in my area?


Recent innovations in heating and cooling technology and energy efficiency make this a great time to upgrade your current system. Ask us about the latest Trane heating and air conditioning products and compare today’s features to your current system. You’ll be surprised by how much you can save.

How much can I save on energy?

What's a good SEER rating?


You want to make sure the investment you make now will last for years to come. After all, that’s why you’re choosing a Trane heating and cooling system. Review our ratings to ensure that Deluxe Plumbing and Heating is the right contractor/dealer to install your new system. Plus, don’t forget to ask about financing options, special offers and rebates, as well as tax credits.

Is it time to repair or replace?

Do I need a smart home thermostat?


We can provide support not matter what, but if you purchased from Lowes or a Home depot and have questions about warranty you need to contact the store for details.


Receive exclusive incentives and scheduled maintenance to ensure system care.

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