Trane has a reputation as one of the best HVAC manufacturers in the United States. In this video we’ll discuss the best Trane dealers in Columbus, Ohio.
Fire & Ice Heating and Air Conditioning proudly serves Columbus, Ohio and the surrounding areas. Our service area includes Bexley, Blacklick, Canal Winchester, Columbus, Delaware, Dublin, Gahanna, Galena, Galloway, Grandview, Grove City, Hilliard, Lewis Center, New Albany, Obetz, Pataskala, Pickerington, Powell, Reynoldsburg, Sunbury, Upper Arlington, Westerville, Whitehall, and Worthington.
Trane has a reputation as one of the best HVAC manufacturers in the United States. In this video we’ll discuss the best Trane dealers in Columbus, Ohio
Hi, I’m Bryan from Fire & Ice. As a Trane dealer here in Central Ohio, we have installed thousands of Trane HVAC systems over the years. Time and time again our customers express how much they appreciate the equipment for its quality and reliability. We understand completely, and even use Trane systems in our homes as well. In fact, we believe in Trane so much that we’ve created a list of the top Trane dealers in the area. Why? Well, we want you to be aware of your options. We understand that Fire & Ice is not for everyone, and we hope with this alphabetical list will give you more options. Without further ado, let’s jump in and look at our list of Columbus, Ohio’s top Trane dealers.
Top Trane Dealers in Columbus, Ohio
To start off our list is Franklin Heating, Cooling & Refrigeration. They’ve been around since 1994 and are located in Groveport. Along with Trane products, Franklin also sells and installs Carrier, Honeywell, Goodman, Tempstar, and Payne products. They believe in offering a variety of brands so their customers can find what they’re looking for.
Next up is Hetter Heating & Cooling, Inc. which is located in Upper Arlington. John Hetterschedit took over ownership from his father in 1996. From 2003-2013 John was the chair for Columbus’s Heat the Town program, a program in which local HVAC companies volunteer their time and materials to help those in need prepare for winter. Hetter sells and installs Trane and Tempstar residential HVAC products.
Speaking of philanthropy, relative newcomer Keystone Heating and Cooling is next on our list. They were founded in Canal Winchester in 2015, and they specialize in Trane residential and commercial HVAC products. For every system they install, the company donates $50 to the Canal Winchester VFW, post 10523 in the customer’s name.
In 1969 the Logan family founded Logan AC & Heat Services in the Miami Valley. In 2002 ownership shifted hands to current-owner Jim Meyer. Today they serve Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati. They sell and install Trane, Rheem, and Mitsubishi residentia - l HVAC products.
Rounding out our list is Westin Air, LLC Heating and Cooling. The company was founded in 2005 by longtime friends Wesley Shankland and Justin Peters. Westin Air has offices in Westerville and Sunbury and they sell and install Trane residential and commercial HVAC products.
Choose the Right HVAC Contractor
With so many options it becomes difficult to choose the right one. Trane equipment is known for its reliability, and you should expect the same from the HVAC contractor you decide to go with. To help, we’ve identified 5 things you should look for when choosing an HVAC contractor.
First is the standards and care for their employees. Are they independent contractors or W2’d employees with benefits? From what we’ve seen, systems installed or repaired by independent contractors are often poor and end up costing the customer in the long run. At Fire & Ice, all of our employees are accountable for the quality of the work they do, not just the amount of work they do.
Next is training. We believe in continuing education and have invested in Central Ohio’s largest training center where we provide our technicians with over 200 hours of continuing education per year. We also encourage and reimburse our technicians for any certifications they achieve.
Third are sales tactics. If you’ve ever experienced high-pressure sales, you know how painful it can be. At Fire & Ice, we understand deciding to purchase a new HVAC system is a big decision that will impact your indoor comfort for the next 20 years or more. That’s why we never use high-pressure tactics.
Fourth are load calculations. One way to maximize the performance of any HVAC system is to have it properly sized to your home. And the best way to do this is to have load calculations performed during a sales consultation. Oftentimes this process is skipped, and HVAC contractors will just use the same size system you previously had or guess based on the size of your home.
Last are installation practices and follow-up. If corners are cut and less accurate tools are being used, it's likely your system will fail sooner than it should. That’s why we use the most accurate digital tools and up-to-date installation practices to ensure your system is installed right the first time. If you’re not 100% satisfied, we’ll work to find the solution to make it right.
What are the next steps?
I hope by now you have the knowledge and confidence to choose the best HVAC contractor that’s right for you and your home. If you’re in Central Ohio and you’d like to schedule an estimate or service for your HVAC system click the button at the top of the page. Thank you for watching and we look forward to making your day even better.