Granbury TX H.V.A.C. Company, Glenn-Aire Company, On Turning Your Home Into A Sanctuary With A Trane.
It doesn’t matter the size of your house or what type of climate you reside in: being comfortable is what matters. Even in typically cooler areas, you will experience hot days that will continue to make your home unbearable without a well-running H.V.A.C. That’s why Trane air conditioners are an asset to your living space: they’re there when you need them, daily or just occasionally.
If you live in a location that’s warm the majority of the year, you’ll want to invest in a Trane Ultra type of air conditioner, which offers maximum cooling along with being very economical to operate. Their humidity controls can’t be beat & they run quietly in the background while you & your family stay cool & comfortable.
High Efficiency Trane Models:
Perhaps you don’t need to cool your home ever day of the year. You may not wish to spend the money for a top-of-the-line system, but you still want the advantage of having the ability to keep a home comfortable when you need it. The High Efficiency system will be your best buy.
If someone in your family is prone to allergies, consider installing not only a new H.V.A.C., but a CleanEffects AIR CLEANER model that reduces allergens. While it’s important to cool the air, it should also be clean, especially for those with medical issues effected by pollutants, like mold, bacteria, dust, pollen and other irritants that may trigger breathing discomfort or perhaps asthma attacks.
If you have never had an air treatment system before, or are looking to upgrade to a Trane, contact Glenn-Aire today and have one of our professionals speak to you about the reliable, professional and advanced Trane line of air conditioners and cleaners.
Granbury TX H.V.A.C. Company, Glenn-Aire, was established in 1975 as a sole proprietorship by Glenn D. Cornelius and is located in Granbury, Hood County, Texas. The business has operated uninterrupted under the same name since originally formed. In March of 2005, after 30 years, Glenn decided to retire and turned over the helm to Jeff McKenzie.