Trane Air Conditioning Repair Carson City NV 775-573-5222 Silverstate HVAC
We offer residential and commercial HVAC repair for all major brands of heating and cooling equipment. That includes Trane. Trane manufactures some of the finest air conditioners, heat pumps, air handlers and furnaces on the market. If you find yourself in a bind, and your regular HVAC contractor can’t get to you quick enough, rest assured that we are certified to service Trane without voiding the warranty.
Commercial HVAC Carson City NV
Are you considering upgrading to a Trane commercial air conditioner? Do you have one to needs regular maintenance and repairs? We offer preventive maintenance programs that are customize to meet your needs and offer the best value. Call today for a free quote. Call 775-573-5222 now!
Emergency Heating and Air Conditioning Repair for Trane and More
We receive calls late at night for clients that need repairs on their air conditioner or furnace. That’s why we have technicians on call in the Lewisburg Texas area. They are able to respond quickly. They are night, weekends too!
Is Your Trane Air Conditioner Cooling Properly?
Every heating and air contractor in town will be booked up on the hottest day of the summer or the coldest day of winter. That’s why you should have preventive maintenance done today on your Trane air conditioner. In Carson City, call Silverstate now!
When Is The Best Time To Service Your Heating and Cooling Equipment?
Whether you own a Trane or other top brand of heating and cooling equipment, the best time to service it is before repairs are actually needed. Regular maintenance and cleaning are extremely important. We get a lot of calls from people who spot water drops on the ceiling upstairs. They have a heating and air-conditioning unit in the attic. What they don’t know is that the condensate line has become clogged with algae or other debris. This line empties water to the outside. Go outside now and try to locate yours. See if you can clean it out using a stick or coat hanger. The water should flow freely again.