DIY Tips From the Warner Service Blog

What Is Trane's "Tested To Run" HVAC Campaign?

Posted by Warner Service on May 22, 2018 9:00:00 AM

According to a July 2017 press release, the “leading global provider of indoor comfort solutions and a brand of Ingersoll Rand unveiled a new brand campaign that signifies its growth and transformation over the last century.

The new campaign, titled ‘Tested to Run,’ highlights the rigorous testing methodologies and hard-working engineering teams that are as hard to stop as its products.”

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Topics: HVAC, Appliances

What To Know About Air Filters And Allergies

Posted by Warner Service on May 18, 2018 9:00:00 AM


While some stop to smell the roses, allergy sufferers run away and sneeze into them. One way to alleviate seasonal allergies is to invest in an air filter, but it’s not an end-all-be-all solution.

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Topics: Indoor Air, HVAC

Why You Should Believe Trane Is "America's Most Trusted" HVAC

Posted by Warner Service on May 15, 2018 9:00:00 AM

In 1885, James Trane opened a plumbing and pipefitting shop in La Crosse, Wisconsin. His son, Reuben, invented the convector radiator in 1923. This firmly established his reputation and that of his father's company as innovative and forward-thinking, and an industry leader from the get-go.

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Topics: HVAC, Buying Recommendations

Which Air Filter Or Purifier Is Right For You?

Posted by Warner Service on May 11, 2018 9:00:00 AM

With the help of Allergy & Air, an online appliance company with a mission to improve indoor air quality, Warner Service counts down the most common air filters and purifiers for your home.

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Topics: Indoor Air, Buying Recommendations

What Is Z-Wave Technology For Nexia Control?

Posted by Warner Service on May 8, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Trane partnered with Schlage®, the trusted leader in home security for more than 90 years, to create a simple-to-use Internet-enabled home automation system that lets you remotely adjust temperature, monitor security by computer or WiFi-enabled cell phone, and more. It’s called Nexia™ Control.

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Topics: Buying Recommendations, Do-It-Yourself

Why Spring Is The Best Time For HVAC Maintenance

Posted by Warner Service on May 4, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Spring cleaning in your home takes on a whole new meaning when it comes to air conditioners and other heating and cooling components. It's time for spring HVAC maintenance.

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Topics: HVAC, Maintenance, Do-It-Yourself

How Trane Solves Every HVAC Problem In Your Home

Posted by Warner Service on May 1, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Are you looking to save on energy bills? Do you want better home heating and/or cooling year-round? Is your home in an area with harsh weather, causing failing HVAC?

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Topics: Indoor Air, Air Conditioning, HVAC, Energy Savings, Heat, Appliances, Buying Recommendations

Tips To Conserve Water In Your Home This Spring

Posted by Warner Service on Apr 27, 2018 9:00:00 AM

 You use water every day in your home, from taking a shower or bath and running the dishwasher to using the coffee or ice maker and running the washing machine. Cutting back on using water is beneficial to your monthly water bill, the environment, and your plumbing anatomy.

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Topics: Plumbing, Energy Savings, Do-It-Yourself

What Makes This Spring Trane Promotion A Can't Miss

Posted by Warner Service on Apr 24, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Warner Service is ready for our spring Trane promotion. With unstoppable performance and unbeatable deals, it’s time to prep your home for year-round comfort and affordability. When you make a preseason purchase of qualifying Trane systems, you receive a great, can’t-miss deal.

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Topics: HVAC, Heat, Buying Recommendations

How To Prevent Water Damage From Residential Plumbing

Posted by Warner Service on Apr 20, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Water damage is one of the most costly plumbing catastrophes that can happen in your home. To prevent this residential plumbing issue, check out Warner Service’s precautionary tips:

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Topics: Maintenance, Plumbing, Do-It-Yourself