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How To Save Future Money With A Heating System Upgrade

Posted by Warner Service on Dec 8, 2017 9:00:00 AM


As the coldest time of year quickly approaches, it’s important your home heating system is running at full strength.

What if upgrading your heating system improved your comfort and put money in your pocket? Modern HVAC systems promote energy efficient heating, keeping your home warmer and energy bills lower.

For example, Trane produces dependable HVAC products that increase home efficiency. Along with these energy savings, Trane’s product reliability separates them from the competition.

Updating To A Trane Heat Pump

Value Now. Installing an updated heat pump allows you to accurately resize the entire HVAC system by creating energy efficient heating throughout your home. A brand-new Trane heat pump offers immediate value through its ability to save on monthly gas bills.

This, in part, is because Trane heat pumps run on electricity, allowing the product to operate more efficiently.

On top of savings, installing an efficient heating system opens the door for state and federal tax incentives once the winter has passed. Combining this efficiency with the savings from Warner Service's Trane fall promotion, the system pays for itself in no time.

Value Later. The monthly savings continues for years. Trane heat pumps have a lifespan of up to 20 years. By upgrading to a Trane heat pump, you save $500 or more a year!

Along with the improved comfort of your home for your family, you save enough money that the system almost immediately pays for itself.

If you're considering moving in the next few years, don’t worry. You can still get money out of a new HVAC system if you install a new, efficient heat pump because it increases the overall value of your residential property.

More Energy Efficient Furnace

The Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) scale measures the efficiency of residential furnaces. AFUE is based on how much fuel is actually being processed into usable heat. The higher the score, the more efficient your home heating is.

Furnaces that are 10 years or older have an AFUE between 60 and 70. The government minimum is 80 AFUE, which means that most homes are in trouble this winter. However, Trane gas furnaces, such as the 90 and 95, surpass the government requirements (and homeowners expectations) with 90% efficiency.

If your furnace is 10 years or older, you're wasting up to 40 cents per each dollar on fuel. That money adds up and could cost you more than installing a brand-new system. On top of the money saved in energy bills, updating the heating system limits the need for expensive HVAC maintenance.

Connecting Your Entire Home

Trane Nexia Control allows your entire home to be connected through your smartphone or tablet, thanks to its smart home automation. Nexia Controls gives you complete control over programmable thermostats and other home comfort controls.

This is beneficial when life gets busy, because you're ablel to monitor home comfort settings even when you’re away on vacation or at work. By keeping the programmable thermostat 3 to 4 degrees cooler, you save up to 10% on monthly heating. Nexia Control makes this easy.

Nexia Control also turns off appliances, giving you peace of mind by eliminating the need to run home to double-check if an appliance was left on. You'll also gain access to lock control and security monitoring to see who's coming in and out of your home, even if you're not there.

If you’re interested in saving money on monthly energy bills, consider upgrading the entire heating system. With Warner Service’s current Trane fall promotion, you save even more by upgrading to the ultimate service in home comfort and energy efficiency:

Learn About The Fall Trane Promotion

Topics: HVAC, Energy Savings, Heat, Appliances, Buying Recommendations