Trane Geothermal Heat Pumps – Dallas Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, TX
- Do Trane dealers in Texas have a lot of experience with geothermal systems?
- What kind of warranties come with these heat pumps?
- Can geothermal systems heat and cool large homes?
Few brands of residential HVAC products are as well known as Trane. With well over 100 years of engineering and design excellence, it has created a complete line of stand-alone packaged geothermal heat pumps, along with hydronic models and split system units. All take maximum advantage of closed loop, in-ground thermal energy transfer to dramatically lower residential energy bills. Texas homeowners in the San Antonio area and in and near Fort Worth, Dallas and Houston can call many dealers and independent AC and heating companies who supply, install and service top-performing equipment by Trane in homes throughout the state. You’ll find a model that matches your requirements and budget:
Packaged All-in-One Ground Source Heat Pump Models
Available in capacities to suit even the largest Texas homes, these systems are ideal for new homes designed with ductwork or for replacement of forced-air heating and AC equipment in existing homes. Flexible in installation for vertical and horizontal orientation, they offer outstanding EER efficiencies. 10-year limited warranties are standard, with extended parts and labor warranties available. Super quiet and utilizing horizontal or vertical ground loop systems for heat transfer, they provide unmatched home comfort at a fraction of the energy costs of traditional systems.
- Up to 40 EER cooling efficiency
- Variable capacity scroll compressor and variable speed blower
- Outstanding dehumidification and hot water options
If compromise is not in your vocabulary, these top-of-the line geothermal HVAC products deliver outstanding performance and even smooth comfort. Properly sized units can keep any home cool in summer and warm in winter without burning any natural gas. High energy efficiency means that for every unit of electrical power, you get up to 4 units of cooling or heating. Variable speed compressors and blowers help you fine-tune your home’s indoor climate precisely and flexibly. Use vertical or horizontal installation.
T1GX, T2GX and T2GY Models
- Up to 29.4 EER cooling efficiency
- Single or two-state compressor operation
- Optional or standard domestic hot water features
Customize your system with one of these cost-effective models. Choose single-stage or two-stage heat pump operation and variable speed or multi-speed blowers to get up to 4 dollars worth of heating and cooling for every dollar spent on electricity. It works with your home’s ductwork to provide almost silent, even control of your indoor comfort. Installation options give you maximum compatibility with new and existing homes. You’ll find a system with the capacity to handle your home’s needs, with power to spare for extreme conditions.
Trane Split System Ground Source Heat Pumps
Designed to work with your existing high-efficiency gas furnace or an air handler and your ductwork, these split heat pumps are compact, quiet and take full advantage of the constant temperature under your property, using horizontal or vertical closed loop thermal energy transfer coils, or even transfer coils in a substantial body of water. Models are available for installation either outdoors or indoors, and the TAMG model air handler can turn these heat pumps into a complete home comfort system that replaces your furnace. Or you can retain your existing furnace for a hybrid system.
T2GE and T2GN Split System Models
- Up to 27.6 EER efficiency (T2GN)
- Climatuff two-stage scroll compressor
- Outdoor (T2GE) or indoor (T2GN) installation
Where space is at a premium, the split heat pumps maximize the efficiency of your ground loop energy transfer coils. Often installed in conjunction with an existing natural gas or propane furnace for heat and cooling distribution, they replace your central AC compressor and condenser unit and operate far more efficiently. For new construction, an affordable TAMG air handler takes the place of the furnace. By creating a dual-fuel hybrid system, you can add money-saving geothermal technology that can cut your energy bills in half.
Trane Water-to-Water Hydronic Geothermal Heat Pumps
Countless Texas homes use hydronic heating and cooling systems, either with in-floor water tubing or wall radiators or a mixture of the two. Replacing the existing hot water heater, either natural gas, propane or electrical, with one of Trane’s super-efficient geothermal heat pumps is a sure way to cut up to 75% off your current energy expenses. Sized to match your home’s needs, they provide even heating and cooling far more efficiently, and can even take over your domestic hot water heating if you choose that option.
Trane T1GW and T2GW Hydronic Models
- Up to 22.5 EER Cooling (T2GW)
- Capacities to match any sized home
- Single or two-stage operation and 10-year limited warranty
Quiet, energy-efficient radiant heating and cooling is easy when you choose one of these heat pumps. Instead of wasting money on gas or electrical power, they utilize the constant temperature underground to power your heating and cooling. Over the lifetime of your geothermal equipment, you’ll save thousands of dollars. Add the available domestic hot water option, and your savings will increase even more. Ask your Trane dealer to calculation how much you can save.
Trane Geothermal Heat Pump Systems Are Available Throughout Texas
As a leading manufacturer of residential heating and AC equipment, Trane has authorized dealers across Texas, from Balch Springs, Royce City and Heath to Euless, Benbrook and Weatherford in the Dallas Fort Worth area, from Kendalia, Pipe Creek and Alamo Heights to Campbellton, Somerset and Leming in the San Antonio metro, and from League City, Baytown and Ames to Cinco Ranch, Katy and Simonton in the Houston area.
Wherever you make your home in Texas, there’s an authorized Trane dealer near you who can supply, install and maintain a highly efficient heating and cooling system for your home, powered by free energy stored underground on your property. If you’re interested in the money-saving potential of geothermal energy, contact a contractor near you and ask for a free on-site evaluation and price quote. You’ll get all the details about systems that are ideal for your home and calculations that help you understand the long-term energy savings you can realize.