Trane Furnaces

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Trane Furnace Overview

Trane manufactures oil and gas furnaces that are energy efficient. Four categories of furnaces are included in the Trane product line: XC Communicating, XV Two-Stage, XL Two-Stage, XT Single-Stage, XR Single-Stage, XB Single-Stage, and the Oil Furnace.

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Consumer Reviews of Trane

2.7

  • Very Satisfied
    68
  • Somewhat Satisfied
    4
  • Neutral
    11
  • Somewhat Unsatisfied
    14
  • Very Unsatisfied
    94
  • #14 of 86 Furnaces
  • 37.7% of customers recommended

Trane XC Communicating Gas Furnaces

The Trane XC95m has the capacity to achieve up to a 95% AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency). A variable speed fan motor delivers a quiet and consistent flow of warm air for both the XC95m and the XC80, which is rated as up to 80% AFUE. With the advanced technology of ComfortLink II, these furnaces connect key components and automatically charge, as well as calibrate performance for optimal heating.

Trane XV Two-Stage Gas Furnaces

Similar to the XC gas furnaces, the Trane XV Two-Stage line features a variable speed motor and energy efficient heating for the following models:

  • XV95: rated with up to 96.7% AFUE and Energy Star qualified
  • XV90i: rated with up to 93% AFUE and is Energy Star qualified
  • XV80i: rated with up to 80% AFUE
  • XV80: 80% efficiency

Trane XL Two-Stage Gas Furnaces

Preventing temperature swings, the Trane Two-Stage gas furnaces work to maintain room comfort in the XL90 (rated with a 92%+ AFUE) and the XL80 (performs at 80% efficiency) units.

Trane XT Single-Stage Furnaces

 [ Trane Series : XB80 ]

Because of the high-efficiency blower motor, a quiet and comfortable flow of warm air is generated by the XT furnaces from Trane, rated accordingly:

  • XT90: 90%+ AFUE
  • XT80: rated with up to 80% AFUE

Trane XR Single-Stage Gas Furnaces In an effort to develop a furnace where more of the cost actually goes towards the heating of a home, Trane produces the XR Single-Stage series:

  • XR95: 95% AFUE rating and qualifies for the 2009-2010 energy tax credits and Energy Star
  • XR90: a 91%+ AFUE rating
  • XR80: up to 80% efficiency

Trane also manufactures the single-stage XE90 furnace.

Trane XB Single-Stage Furnaces

Dependability and efficient heating on a budget are the characteristics of the Trane XB Single-Stage furnaces:

  • XB90: a 90%+ AFUE rating
  • XB80: up to 80% efficiency

Trane Oil Furnaces

Known for its warmth, an oil furnace is a reliable source of heating. Trane manufactures the XV80 with the combination of a variable-speed fan motor, two stages of energy efficiency, and up to 85% AFUE, while the XP80 offers up to 82.7% efficiency.

Care and Maintenance of Trane Furnaces

Homeowners are advised to have units checked by a Trane Comfort Specialist twice a year. Your Trane manual will also give you an estimate of how often you should change your filter. We answer a number of questions about replacing filters in Trane Furnaces in this article.

Warranty

Specific warranty details are outlined below and on the Trane website, and the protection is valid if the product is registered within 60 days of purchase:

XC95m, XC80, XV95, XV90i, XV80i, XV80, XR95, XV80 Oil: Lifetime Limited Warranty on heat exchanger, 10-Year Limited Warranty on internal functional parts.

XL90, XT90, XR90, XB90, XP80: Lifetime Limited Warranty on heat exchanger, 5-Year Limited Warranty on internal functional parts, 10-Year Functional Parts Limited Warranty on the indoor gas furnace, coil, and thermostat when part of a complete XLi or XR comfort system installation.

XL80, XT80, XR80, XB80: 20-Year Limited Warranty on heat exchanger, 5-Year Limited Warranty on internal functional parts, 10-Year Functional Parts Limited Warranty on the indoor gas furnace, coil, and thermostat when part of a complete XLi or XR comfort system installation.

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Trane Furnace Reviews

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"Do Not buy a Trane"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

We bought a Trane 11 years ago. Had 14 service calls in that time frame. We now need to get a new furnace. Needless to say, we will not buy another Trane.

R. Logemann

Sgt. Bluff, IA

"Recommendations"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

I read a lot of these complaints, and some are easy to fix the problem. Example if your going thru ignitors, have your tech check the ground on the unit and maybe the house. Should cure that. Some say on high heat it overheats and shuts down and starts again. Ok duct may be undersized, filter clogged, A-Coil clogged with pet hair, dirt, etc. As far as brands go, Trane doesn't seem to have the class actions like a lot of them do. Believe it or not, it is not the evil equipment you may think, it might have an easier explanation. If you have one that works for a while quits and two hours later, the drain trap is clogged. When it finally drains down it allows the pressure switch to close and works till it's full of water again. Lighten up people… The dealers don't want it breaking down on you either…

Dan

Iowa

"Extremely Unhappy Client"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

I installed a Trane residential HVAC system in my home in 2012 and I have experienced a number of problems with the system. Most recently the igniter switch has burned out three times in the past 4 weeks and we are once again without heat. When I called Trane all they could tell me is that the system is out of the warranty period. If you are thinking out replacing your home system avoid Trane at any cost. They do not stand behind their products. Don't make the mistake we made and select another manufacturer. These systems are too expensive to choose the wrong manufacturer and Trane is terrible.

Robert Marino

Monmouth Junction, NJ

"Poor quality"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

4 years after installation, and 3 visits in past 3 weeks by wl Heating and Cooling of why my gas Weil McClain furnace that cost me $11,000 does not heat. I am told there is corrosion on panel bar which will cost $2,000 to replace. Was told at time of installation that this was a top of line furnace. No one can give me an answer to why the corrosion.

shirley thomas

South Windsor, CT

"Bad furnace"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

We had this installed on 06 Oct-2016. Now vent motor of A.F. needs to be replaced, as per Enbridge inspection. Now, a plus air systems is charging $400 just to install. It is ridiculous and disgusting. My old furnace, nothing happened in 20 years. Within 2 years, I have had to spend $400, which I can't afford, but have to pay. I don't recommend anybody to buy Trane. Labor charges are very high.

milind Atre

Ontario, Canada

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