What You Should Know
Ask yourself this …
Would I like to save 20-40% on my gas bills?
Would I like to save 20-40% on my electric bills?
Would I like to improve the comfort level in my home with new
Would I like to have clean purified air in my home to create a healthy
Would I like to possibly qualify for a rebate from Trane?
Wouldn’t it be great to get free financing!
Wouldn’t I like to ensure my families safety!
Wouldn’t I like to have peace of mind!
Of course the answer to all of these questions is YES! Let us help you
save money on your utilities and create a healthy more comfortable
environment in your home.
Call our office today for your free home survey 412-366-7765.
When we meet with a customer for our in-home survey, one of the first
things we will do is a load calculation. Many homeowners think that
equipment size is based on square footage, but there are several other
factors to consider.
A load calculation helps our sales team determine which size equipment
is required for your home. We consider many factors such as the type of
construction (brick verses frame), window size and direction, surface
areas of exterior walls, floors and ceilings as well as if your home is
insulated. All of these factors can have a large impact on the size
Many times we can install a replacement system that is smaller than the
one we originally removed. This is a win for our customers because a
small unit will use less electricity and gas therefore lowering your
Bigger Isn't Better
Some customers feel that increasing the size of their equipment will
improve system performance. In reality oversized equipment will cause
temperature swings, short cycling, increase energy costs and shorten
Two-stage heating and cooling systems can adjust their capacity as the
situation demands necessary. This is why two-stage systems have become
Benefits of the two-stage system …
Lower energy costs
Improved system performance
Even temperature control
Improved indoor air quality (IAQ)