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Heating your Home with a Trane Gas Furnace

A gas furnace uses natural gas (some models can be converted to utilize propane) to provide warm air during a cold Atlanta winter season. When the air in your home becomes too cold, a flame ignites to heat up a metal grid-like object called a heat exchanger. The furnace fan motor then pulls air from the home, and forces it through the heater exchanger, making it hot. The warm air is then sent into the home via the duct system.

Gas furnace efficiency is measured with an Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) rating. This rating measures the percentage of fuel that is actually turned into heat. Zack Hammonds provides Atlanta gas furnace solutions based with extremely high AFUE ratings for heating efficiency like you have never experienced before! Trane furnace reliability and performance is the type of solid foundation we build our Atlanta heating services on.

Winter air is dry – even here in Atlanta. As the air is sent through a hot heat exchanger, more moisture is zapped which can help cause dry skin and other irritations. Dry air also feels colder, causing you to run the furnace even more. A whole house humidifier is the answer to dry air problems. We will install a whole house humidifier that integrates into and works with your existing system to supply humidified air to your entire home. For the finest Atlanta heating solutions, call Zack Hammonds today at (770) 691-3162.

Superior heating with Trane® heating technology

Advanced ComfortLink II communications technology allows the XC95 to configure itself for optimal performance year after year. Add the Telephone Access Module (TAM) to get alerts sent to your phone, and even adjust your settings remotely, whenever you like. With its three stages of heat, an industry first, you can achieve up to a 95% AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency).

Efficient performance 

Highly efficient furnaces from Trane are rated up to 95% AFUE, annual fuel utilization efficiency which means significant savings on utility bills.

ComfortLink II Communicating Capability 

ComfortLink II communicating technology connects all of your key components so your system automatically charges, configures and calibrates for optimal performance through the lifetime of your products. When the optional Telephone Access Module (TAM) is added, you can conveniently adjust settings and receive system updates by phone wherever you are.

Comfortable, even heating 

Variable-speed fan motor adjusts speed to provide a consistent flow of warm, comfortable air with quiet operation.