IndoorAire installs Trane gas furnaces. Here's why.

Every Trane furnace is built using premium materials and time-tested designs that deliver more comfort for less energy, with reliability that's legendary throughout the business. When you trust Trane, you're trusting the leader.

Trane's gas furnaces feature self-diagnostic controls, a heavy steel 40-inch-high, insulated cabinet, hot surface igniter, multi-port in-shot burners, one-piece heat exchangers with no welds, durable pre-painted finish, and some of the highest efficiencies in the industry, making Trane an obvious choice.

When comparing equipment, it helps to have a standard with which to measure performance. For furnaces, the standard is AFUE, or Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency, a measure of how efficiently a furnace converts fuel into usable heat over the course of the entire heating season. The higher the AFUE, the less fuel you'll need to keep your home comfortable, the less you'll spend on energy, and the lower your carbon footprint will be.

Trane 80 Gas Furnaces: Reliable efficiency from a solid performer.

Every Trane 80 furnace delivers an AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) of up to 80%, exceeding government standards for new furnace efficiency. That means a full 80% of the fuel you pay for is converted into heat you can use. If your current furnace is 15 or more years old, replacing it with a Trane 80 furnace is a smart investment not only in your energy use, but also in your comfort.

Two-stage heating for maximum comfort.

Trane 80 two-stage furnaces offer substantial comfort with an eye towards efficiency. Most of the time, a two-stage furnace operates at its lowest, most nergy-efficient speed. If more heat is needed, your Trane 80 furnace activates its higher, warmer stage to send a wave of cozy heat through your home.

Trane 95 and 90 Gas Furnaces: Exceptional comfort even on the coldest days.

You'll find Trane 95 and 90 furnaces have impressively high AFUE numbers, especially when installed as part of a Trane matched system. You will get more heat from your fuel, which could lower your energy costs while reducing your carbon footprint.