What is a Trane Comfort Specialist?

You may have seen the Trane Comfort Specialist (TCS) logo on our website, trucks and printed business materials. But what does being a Trane Comfort Specialist mean and why is it important to you?

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Trane® defines a Comfort Specialist as “the independent Trane dealer that is committed to being the best in installation, service, customer satisfaction and employee training. Not every dealer qualifies as a Trane Comfort Specialist, but rather only those that meet Trane’s stringent standards and who demonstrate a commitment to customer satisfaction and continuing education. These dealers are committed to training to keep up to date with Trane’s latest technology, ensuring that you receive a system that is designed to achieve maximum efficiency, reliability and comfort, as well as a system that delivers the efficiency its ratings promise and that you expect.” 

What TCS Means For You

Tindall & Ranson Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning is proud to currently be the only Princeton-based HVAC specialist that currently holds the TRANE Comfort Specialist designation. This accolade requires a 95% customer satisfaction rating, among other service benchmarks, guaranteeing that we’re dedicated to your complete satisfaction when working with us to create a smart comfort environment throughout your home.


How do you know you’re working with a current TCS professional?

While many companies promote the Trane Comfort Specialist logo on their sites and trucks, not all are actively enrolled in the TCS program. Trane makes it fool-proof for you to know, without a doubt, whether you’re working with the “Best of the Best” when it comes to independent Trace dealers. Visit Trane’s site to use their Find a Dealer Search Tool today to look for a dealer in your area. If they’re not listed here, they’re not a TCS.

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