Trane Furnaces

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Trane Furnace Overview

For more than 120 years, Trane has pushed the boundaries of what is possible in heating and cooling. Today, the company offers gas and oil furnaces, as well as package units, with a wide variety of features. With so many options, it can be tough to decide on the right one. This guide covers important information about Trane furnaces so you can find the best one for your needs. 

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Consumer Reviews of Trane

2.7

  • Very Satisfied
    68
  • Somewhat Satisfied
    4
  • Neutral
    11
  • Somewhat Unsatisfied
    14
  • Very Unsatisfied
    96
  • #1 of 5 Trane Furnace
  • 37.31% of customers recommended

Furnace overview

A furnace sits in a cabinet inside your home alongside the indoor components of your air conditioner. It uses the same ducts and thermostat to force warm air throughout your house. If you don’t have air conditioning, you can install a traditional furnace on its own.

Trane offers gas furnaces and oil furnaces. They operate similarly but with a few key differences. Natural gas is less expensive and more environmentally friendly than oil, so gas furnaces are generally more efficient. However, they can only be installed in areas with natural gas, and the units tend to cost more upfront.

Oil furnaces cost less to purchase, but fuel prices fluctuate based on the volatile oil market. You need to schedule regular oil deliveries and furnace cleanings, and oil is less eco-friendly. However, if you live in a very cold area, oil provides more heat per BTU (British thermal unit) than gas.

Furnaces are given an energy-efficiency rating known as the AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency) percentage. This number indicates how much of the furnace’s energy is used to heat your home. The higher the percentage, the more efficient the furnace.

Trane furnace series and models

XC95M

Type

This is XC95M is a gas furnace.

Features

Tech specs

  • Available in 3- to 5-ton models
  • 40 in. high x 17.5 in. wide x 28 in. deep (3 ton) to 40 in. x 24.5 in. x 28 in. (5 ton)
  • 36,000 to 60,000 BTUs depending on size

Energy efficiency

Pricing

  • Starting at $2,550, depending on size, plus installation
  • Pricing varies based on unit size, location, installation difficulty, and home size
  • Contact a local HVAC professional for the most accurate pricing

S9V2-VS

Type

The S9V2-VS is a gas furnace.

Features

  • Variable-speed blower with two-stage gas valve
  • Enhanced dehumidification
  • Insulated sound-dampening cabinet

Tech specs

  • Available in 3- to 5-ton models
  • 34 in. high x 17.5 in. wide x 28.75 in. deep (3 ton) to 34 in. x 24.5 in. x 28 in. (5 ton)
  • 36,000 to 60,000 BTUs depending on size

Energy efficiency

  • AFUE 97%
  • Energy Star certified

Pricing

  • Starting at $1,840, depending on size, plus installation
  • Costs vary by region, home and unit size, and installation difficulty
  • Contact a local HVAC professional for a specific estimate based on your needs

XB80

Type

The XB80 is a gas furnace.

Features

  • Entry level, budget-friendly
  • Single-stage operation
  • Rugged, durable construction

Tech specs

  • Available in 2.5- to 9.25-ton models
  • 40 in. high x 14.5 in. wide x 28 in. deep (2.5 ton) to 40 in. x 24.5 in. x 28 in. (9.25 ton)
  • 31,000 to 111,000 BTUs

Energy efficiency

  • AFUE 80%

Pricing

  • Starting at $1,200, depending on size, plus installation
  • Costs vary by location, installation difficulty, and home size
  • Contact a local HVAC professional for a detailed estimate

XV80

Type

The XV80 is an oil furnace.

Features

  • Variable-speed blower motor
  • Ceramic fiber combustion chamber
  • Enhanced dehumidification

Tech specs

  • 7.25 tons
  • 41.5 in. high x 22.25 in. wide x 47 in. deep (Lowboy) to 58 in. x 22.25 in. x 31 in. (Highboy)
  • 87,000 BTUs

Energy efficiency

  • 85% AFUE

Pricing

  • $2,185, plus installation
  • Pricing varies by location, home size, and installation difficulty
  • For the most accurate pricing, contact a local HVAC professional

XP80

Type

The XP80 is an oil furnace.

Features

  • Four-speed blower motor
  • Easy-to-clean filter
  • Insulated, durable cabinet

Tech specs

  • 6- to 9.5-ton models available
  • 41.5 in. high x 22.25 in. wide x 47 in. deep to 61.25 in. x 22.25 in. x 22.25 in., depending on configuration
  • 70,000 to 114,000 BTUs

Energy efficiency

  • AFUE 85%

Pricing

  • $1,735 to $2,025, depending on size, plus installation
  • Pricing varies by location, home size, and installation difficulty
  • Contact a local HVAC professional for a detailed estimate

Care and maintenance

Both gas and oil furnaces require regular cleaning and maintenance to maximize their safety, efficiency, and lifespan. You should change the filter of a gas furnace every 90 days if you don’t have pets in the house, or every 60 days if you do. If anyone in your home has severe allergies or asthma, or if you have several furry friends, you may need to change your filter as often as every 20 days. Periodically check the flames in the burner to make sure they are clean and blue, and listen for any unusual vibrations or noises. Schedule an annual service appointment every year in the fall, before cold weather sets in.

If you have an oil furnace, soot and debris are natural byproducts. Thoroughly clean the furnace and change the filter once before the heating season begins and again in the middle of the season. Regularly check for signs of soot around the outside of the furnace, and listen for unusual noises or vibrations. Also, look at the smoke emerging from the chimney to ensure it isn’t black. Every fall, before the heating season begins, have your furnace serviced by a professional.

Trane furnace warranties

Trane provides limited parts warranties that range from one to 20 years, depending on the product. Some furnaces carry a lifetime warranty on the heat exchanger. In addition, the company offers a variety of extended warranty options, which also include labor charges, through its dealers. Ask your dealer for specific warranty information on your selected model. 

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