Luxaire Furnaces

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Luxaire Furnace Overview

With single-stage, two-stage and modulating furnaces, Luxaire manufactures a large selection of energy-efficient home heating options. Models range from 80 to 97 percent AFUE and select units are Energy Star-qualified.

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  • #13 of 86 Furnaces
  • 44.76% of customers recommended

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Acclimate Furnaces

With an AFUE of up to 98 percent, the Acclimate Series is advertised as providing precise, energy-efficient heating. Both models in this series operate with a modulating heat system designed to maintain a consistent temperature. A variable-speed blower also helps keep heating costs down and move air quietly throughout the home.

The Acclimate Series also features Luxaire's Geotrak technology, allowing installing technicians to customize the system's operating cycle to the homeowner's specific climate.

 [ Luxaire Series : Deluxe ]

LX Gas Furnaces

The LX Series includes six models of furnaces that provide single-stage, modulating or two-stage heating. While modulating models allow for exact temperature control, single- and two-stage heating units use a fan motor or a variable-speed ECM fan motor for quiet home comfort.

Units range between 80 and 97 percent AFUE and include a tubular aluminized steel heat exchanger, with the option of adding external air filters to maximize indoor air quality.

Climasure Single-Stage Gas Furnace

At only 33 inches tall, the Climasure single-stage furnace is designed for easy installation in closets, attics, garages and other tight spaces throughout the home. This series offers two units, with 80 and up to 95.5 percent AFUE respectively. Both models advertise quiet, durable operation with a consistent speed motor blower and a pre-painted steel cabinet for maximum unit protection.

Care and Maintenance

Luxaire recommends service every other year for gas furnaces. However, homeowners are encouraged to perform regular filter cleanings and inspection of the unit's components, including the blower, thermostat and humidifier, to get the maximum performance from the unit.


Depending on the specific model purchased, Luxaire provides heat exchanger warranties ranging from 20 years to a lifetime. A 10-year limited warranty on all other parts is standard. Units must be registered online within 90 days of installation to receive the full warranties. The term reverts to a 5-year limited parts warranty if the unit is not registered within the given time frame.

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Luxaire Furnace Reviews

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1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Installed in 2013 and non-stop problems ever since. No dealer support, no company support. Never ever purchase this brand – you'll be very sorry!!

G Hintz

Ontario, Canada

"Very reliable"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

Our Luxaire is 21 years old. The only problem is the blower motor failed about the 15-year mark. Just had it inspected & still in excellent condition.

k macklin

Ontario Canada


1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Got it installed and in 2 days it made a chirping noise. The furnace went on and off over 10 consecutive times and then shut down. Within 10 minutes it was not sounding right. It sounded like my old furnace that was removed. Hmm.



"Don't buy Luxaire!!"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

I had this model pacr-ld12n080a Luxaire furnace installed in 1999 and have had nothing but problems with flame sensors going out. The dealer I bought it from was very helpful in the beginning but has since given up on being able to fix the problem. Flame sensors are now lasting 2 months and having to be replaced, I have a bag of 11 and just threw away a bag of 20 more. I have talked to the factory on the little advice they offered over the phone mainly focusing on what brand dryer towels I use that sends an odor in the air that shortens the life of flame sensors and dust in furnace area. I have done local dealers suggestions and replace the main motherboard and complete valve assembly but no difference. I have paid them in the beginning to clean it but now do it myself. I work an hour from home and work a lot of hours and it always goes out on a cold day and never when I am home to change it. The furnace has been great other than that but it is time for it to be replaced and it bill not be another Luxaire furnace!! Thanks, Larry Link.

Larry Link


"Piece of junk"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

I bought this furnace in the summer of 2009. Every winter when it's cold outside I have problems. On December 25, 2017 it broke down again. 5 different tech could not get it working again. After 8 years I have to buy a new furnace again. I will try a Bryant this time. No more Luxaire or York in my house.



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