Trane air handlers have been in the market for quite a while. The Trane manufacturing Company was formed in 1910 by James Trane together with his son Reuben. This was in the year 1938.
Trane air handlers are buil;t with features such as the variable speed blower motors, horizontal flow, up flow, and down flow, All the Trane manufactured air handlers are made with good airtight construction. The Trane air handlers are made to easily be retrofitted with the Trane electronic air cleaner. The units are rust resistant drain pans, and they come in compact units so that it is available for tight fitting installations.
Prices of the Trane air handler is sold within the range of $3,200 to around $4,500.
The best way to get a reasonable price is asking for local contractors’ bids and compare. You can click here (Only For US) to free estimate your local contractors’ price online.
The Trane air handler come with a very comprehensive Warranty of 10 years on the compressor and Trane offer for all other internal functioning components another 10 year period. Trane also offer extended warranty and the price is decided by Trane. The price you would have to pay for the extended warranty is usually within the range of around $500 and sometimes it may be more. This largely depends on the type of warranty you want to have as an extended warranty. The compressor is covered for a 10 yeqar period by Trane and in the event the compressor fails they replace the entire unit free-of-charge.
Trane dealers will give you an indication of exactly how much you would have to pay and also they will be able to give you the secrets to the best usage of the Trane air handler where you will benefit by saving energy. If you buy a product that has received the Energy Star rating then you are guaranteed that the energy eficiency is above average, soyour monthly energy bills will in any case be around 50% or more lower.
The dealer network that Trane have is in practically every State, so what you have to do is to get at a dealer who is closer to you. Requesting for any literature or simply going to the Trane website will give you more information you need.