Blue Frost is a local heating and cooling company and we are proud to be named as a Certified Trane Comfort Specialist Dealer. We install several brands of equipment specializing in Trane air conditioning units. In addition to installation, we maintain all units with a lifetime warranty. This includes the extended warranty period or service contract associated with the installation.
About Trane TruComfort™ Systems
Trane Trucomfort™ systems allow you to put your home comfort in cruise control. Trane offers efficient, affordable, and reliable comfort all through a smart connected control. With four different options, Trane Trucomfort™ runs at the exact speed needed for your home. Having a cool and warm home during the correct seasons has never been easier. For more information, watch the video below. As always, ask your dealer for the right match for your home in order to maintain comfort expectations. Blue Frost is here to guide you and help you decide on what’s right for you through the HVAC process.
Replacing Your Unit
There is a process to replacing your existing air conditioner. The entire unit, both the outside portion and the working mechanics associated with your indoor unit needs to be replaced. The components have a unique interaction with each other and therefore, they must work together in order to maintain the efficiency and functionality of your cooling system. If you are looking to replace your unit, our professionals will make sure you are receiving the most beneficial system for your home. Our air conditioning services in West Chicago and the surrounding suburbs know what works best depending on your specific home & it’s individual needs. Blue Frost’s team of Trane Comfort Specialists will steer you in the right direction.
Central Air Conditioning
It is important to purchase a central air conditioning unit that is the correct size for both the location and structure of where it’s being installed. An oversized unit that is too large for your home uses more electricity. Additionally, it will not remove the amount of humidity it was designed to do. As a result, too much moisture in your home is left behind. This leads to problems with mold and mildew. In addition, an oversized unit will stop and start more frequently, resulting in greater wear and tear on your equipment. This shortens the life of the air conditioner and will require more frequent service calls. Proper measurements, equipment, and installation by our Trane Certified HVAC technicians at Blue Frost Heating & Cooling will make certain your new Trane air conditioner is the right fit for your home & will run appropriately in conjunction with regular maintenance.