Trane Thermostat

Z-Wave Controls Your Entire House

Trane has long been recognized as a leader in heating, cooling, and thermostat design. With a range of patented products – all of which undergo testing to ensure the most rigorous of qualification standards – Trane’s thermostats and other products are designed with durability and longevity in mind. The capabilities and structure inherent to Trane thermostats far exceed today’s industry standards, ensuring that Trane technology stands out above the rest as an innovator in automated home comfort and efficiency.

Trane smart thermostats are designed to eliminate wasted power usage, ensure a consistently comfortable indoor climate, and “learn” their users’ preferences and routines in order to deliver a highly tailored experience. Available in a range of brands, sizes, and price points, Trane thermostats allow homeowners to adjust their home’s heating, program temperatures according to a schedule, and turn heating on or off – all from miles away.

Trane’s revolutionary thermostat control technology does a lot more than you’d think. Consider, for example, the ComfortLink II controls, which, in addition to regulating the temperature of the home, can monitor and manage energy use, adjust temperature and humidity levels by room or floor, turn lights on and off, lock and unlock doors, and even monitor security cameras and motion sensors. More than just a thermostat, the ComfortLink II technology enables complete control of your home or business – all at your fingertips.

Streamlined, simple, and highly connected, Trane thermostats are notoriously easy to install and program. Easily configured to the lightweight, robust Z-Wave wireless network, a Trane thermostat can function in tandem with a range of other devices, from fans and dimmers to HVAC units and even entertainment equipment – for years to come. Investing in Trane’s technology means choosing comfort, efficiency, and practicality for the long haul.

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