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Trane Furnaces have been considered to be one of the most reliable furnaces on the market. We have found them to be extremely easy to operate, install and efficient thus saving thousands of dollars in heating bills and repairs. Our furnace installation projects range from installing complete home duct systems for new construction projects to simple furnace change-outs. Our projects are always reasonably priced, which makes our pricing often below market, while offering a product of superior quality. You can rest assured knowing that a Quality Trane furnace installation is keeping your home warm.

80% Efficiency Furnaces
Minimum furnace efficiency standard in the U.S. today is the standard “80% Efficient Furnace”. This option is what’s most widely used in the U.S and is an upgrade from the “Standing Pilot Furnaces” that ruled the market until the late 1980s. The old “Standing Pilot Furnaces” were very inefficient, with a maximum efficiency of 70%, thus causing very large heating bills. They consumed a lot of energy and increased your monthly gas bill as well as being generally less safe due to the natural draft venting and minimal safety controls. If you’re still using a “Standing Pilot System”, you’re wasting money and you should consider upgrading to modern heating equipment!

90% Efficiency Furnaces
The next generation of furnaces have actually been out for 25 years already! Trane’s “90%+ Efficient Furnaces” operate at up to 96% efficiency consequently offering the greatest amount of savings on your gas bill. Almost every home constructed has a “90%+ Efficient Furnace” installed. If you’re in a market for a new furnace, you need consider a 96% efficient furnace installation!

We help you choose the right system for your space and needs and ensure precision installation to avoid any losses in efficiency.

Savings & Free Offers

Your Boiler is a furnace investment. We understand that making the right decisions today are crucial to your long-term home comfort.

Here are some of our incentives:

  • 10 years parts 5 years labor warranty on new installations on Trane equipment certain conditions apply.
 Warranty & Maintenance

To protect you from surprise breakdowns and costly repairs, we provide a comprehensive maintenance package backed up by both parts & labor warranties.

  • 2 Years Free Maintenance Package with New Installation
  • 10 Year Manufacturers Warranty (Parts)
  • 2 Year Labor Warranty (Installation)

Regular air conditioner tune-ups and safety checks will ensure your system is running efficiently, saving you money on monthly cooling bills.

A thorough maintenance plan completed by licensed and certified technicians also secures the longevity of your air conditioner, providing you peace-of-mind.

Furnace Specifications


When it comes to choosing an energy efficient furnace, there’s no one size fits all model. If your home’s furnace is too large, it will turn on and off more often, losing it’s efficiency.

If it’s too small, it needs to work harder, running more often without adequately heating your space.


On average a 2,500 sq/ft home will require a furnace with the energy output of 75,000 BTUs, but there are many other factors that need to be considered, such as:

  • Age of Home
  • Number of Windows
  • Room Sizes
  • Average Climate
  • Building Insulation

Our experienced team of heating technicians can help determine the right size furnace for your needs based on these factors.


Different furnaces deliver different heating efficiency levels. You can find out your furnace’s heating efficiency by looking at the yellow energy guide attached to it. If your furnace is 82% efficient, then it’s using 82% of its fuel to heat your home.

The higher your furnace’s efficiency is, the lower it’s fuel usage becomes—which means it costs less money to run.

High efficiency furnaces tend to cost more upfront, but the long-term savings in monthly heating costs can be well worth the initial investment.

Find out what size furnace you need by contacting our licensed and certified team of technicians.