Trane is America’s Most Trusted HVAC Brand for 5th Consecutive Year
Lifestory Research announced the results of the annual America’s Most Trusted® Study on 1/8/2019, a ranking of the most trusted brands. For the 5th year in a row, Lifestory Research has ranked Trane America’s Most Trusted® HVAC Brand. “Trane continues to exceed consumer expectations year after year, creating the standard of trust in this industry that companies should hold themselves against,” said Eric Snider, Lifestory Research president.
America’s Most Trusted® is a study of people that are actively shopping or considering a product and have formed an opinion of the brand. The program of research occurs throughout the year, with results published annually and is highly reliable statistically. This year’s study includes the trust of paint, television, faucet, dishwasher, homebuilder, computer, window, vacuum, laundry appliance, mattress, active adult resort builder, computer, window, vacuum, laundry appliance, mattress, active adult resort builder, HVAC system, refrigerator, and residential real estate brokerage brands. “Our research shows brands with high-trust are profitable, create high levels of recommendation, lift employee engagement, and much more,” said Eric Snider. “Trust is at the forefront of the decisions we make every day about people, products, and brands. Successful brands and companies understand it all comes down to trust.”
“Brand choice is about trust and experience as much as it is about technology and reliability,” said Brian Welborn, Ingersoll Rand director of brand and marketing. “At Trane, it’s all about delivering the best experience possible to every customer, whether they are dealers, contractors, builders, or homeowners. It’s that experience that makes our brand stand out. We’re honored to receive this recognition of Trane’s brand strength for the 5th consecutive year in a row.”
Trane received the highest numerical score in the proprietary Lifestory Research 2019 America’s Most Trusted® HVAC Brand study for years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019. Your experiences may vary. Visit www.lifestoryresearch.com.