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Keep Your Patrons Coming Back

Flexible HVAC control will better accommodate your guest dining experience

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Plan for now and always be ready for tomorrow.

Health, safety and readiness are at a premium, and so are your brand and reputation. Plan ahead with Trane to help you reopen faster and easier.

  • Indoor Air Quality Assessment – Indoor air quality is more top-of-mind than ever. This IAQ tool is based on four key contributors and recommends how it can be improved.
  • System Startup – HVAC systems that haven’t been used, or have been operated sporadically, may not function as planned for full occupancy. A thorough system checkup can ensure they will.
  • Remote Services – Trained Remote Service Specialists can monitor building HVAC systems across multiple restaurant locations to handle most service issues remotely—reducing unnecessary truck rolls.
  • Energy Checkup – System-wide, data-driven analysis of a restaurant’s energy consumption and action plan of improvement possibilities

 

                                                                                                                               

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Now is the time for an energy strategy

Energy efficiency is the heart and soul of your building’s resilience and sustainability.

Trane Energy Services can help you find out how much energy your restaurant is using and where improvements can be made. Keep in mind energy costs are one of the biggest expenses for your restaurant, and reducing your energy spend will benefit the bottom line.

Get data-driven insights that will identify inefficiencies, improvement opportunities and HVAC system optimizations.

  • Greater energy savings
  • Reduced operating costs
  • Improved reliability

Your guests will breath easier with better Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality will be paramount as your restaurant staff prepares to welcome back guests – and keep them coming back.

That’s where a Trane IAQ Assessment comes in. It will give you better insight into your establishment’s air quality to make sure it’s at its best. We’ll analyze real-time data in four critical areas that influence IAQ:

  • Ventilation
  • Humidity control
  • Filtration
  • Outside air

Leverage our leadership in energy and sustainability

We stay ahead of ever-changing energy codes, on top of industry-guidelines for IAQ and efficiency and in tune with consumer attitudes about sustainability. Trane’s holistic approach includes more renewable energy sources, higher efficiency equipment, next-generation refrigerants, and controls that make buildings smarter about energy use. It’s all available and part of a greater plan that can be tailored to your needs.

Put the latest (and greatest) approaches into place

Evolving regulations, advancing technologies. It’s nearly impossible to keep up, unless you’re fully engaged in leading the changes—like we are.  We serve on ASHRAE committees and regularly work with the National Restaurant Association as well as RFMA and bring that knowledge to your projects.

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Ready for now. Resilient for tomorrow.

As you prepare to reopen your buildings,  we recognize you have a lot of questions. Indoor air quality suddenly matters more than ever. Energy efficiency and sustainability have always mattered. But improving and enhancing building performance requires experience and hands-on expertise. We turn insights and data into an action plan you can move on immediately. So you can plan to reopen your building with confidence— and make it more resilient for tomorrow.

Learn more or connect with your local Trane sales office

Top Retail/Restaurant Solutions

When keeping customers comfortable is a top priority, trust Trane. We offer a wide range of solutions for retail and restaurants. Here are just a few of your industry favorites. 

Crosstown Concourse

Our goal was to get the chiller down to 10 percent capacity; we watched them get it down to 5 percent. We were able to buy fewer chillers with more tonnage. It was more efficient, less costly, and we now have open space for storage or to rent.

Dan Chancey Senior vice president, asset management, Commercial Advisors