The Trane XC95m is a gas-powered furnace with an AFUE of up to 97.3% and an EnergyStar rating. This is one of Trane’s top-of-the-line furnaces, and it includes a variable speed fan, a dehumidifier, the ComfortLink II communicating technology, and can optionally be controlled remotely through a Telephone Access Module. It is known for running quietly relative to similarly sized furnaces.
The furnace also includes the Trane CleanEffects system, which filters out pollutants and more than 99.9% of air-borne allergens.
Trane XC95m Furnace Prices
Your home’s size, location and installation complexity are just a few factors that will affect your total price, but we’re able to provide the average installed price across the U.S. to give you an idea of what to expect.
Trane XC95m Estimated Installation Cost
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Compare Trane XC95m Furnace Pricing
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|Trane XV95||$ 3,300||$ 3,300|
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New Installation vs Repair
Whether you should repair your furnace or replace it is one of the most commonly asked questions of HVAC professionals. The answer of course is different for each homeowner. Age, upkeep and how much you use it can all make a difference. However, there are a few basics to keep in mind that will help you make the best decision now and going forward.
Financial Tip: Follow The 5,000 Rule
Multiply the age of the equipment by the repair cost, and if that exceeds $5,000, then replace the unit. If less, go ahead and repair it.
Repair Your Furnace:
- If it’s under 15 years old.
- If it’s performing consistently.
- If rated 87% AFUE or higher.
Replace Your Furnace:
- If it’s over 15 years old.
- If requires multiple repairs in last two years.
- If energy bills increase suddenly.
- If rated lower than 56% AFUE.
How we got these prices
The prices featured here represent the most common average prices nationwide of each Trane product. Prices may vary in your area. Unit Cost refers to the product price only. Installed Cost includes the product price and the national average installation price.
A note about installed cost: Installation prices may increase 20-30% depending on where you live. If your project requires new ductwork, the installation cost will increase $1,500 – $2,000.
What factors affect furnace pricing?
Because no two homes and home heating needs are exactly the same, the total installation cost of a new furnace will be different from place to place. Here are the factors that can affect the cost of installing a new furnace. If you want a true cost estimate for your home, talk to a local pro.
Local Climate and Region
If you live in the North, the heating capacity of your furnace needs larger than a similar sized home in the South where the winters aren’t as severe.
Home Size and Construction
A large home will need a larger capacity HVAC system or multiple systems compared to a smaller home – which will increase your total installation costs. Also, a well insulated home retains warm or cool air and may not need as large a system as a poorly insulated home.
If your furnace installation is extra challenging or requires custom parts or retrofitting, your costs will go up. Examples include installing a furnace in a hard to reach or small space or in a historic home that needs updates.
Evaluating your home’s ductwork is part of any new installation because poor ductwork can negate all the energy savings features of a new furnace or air conditioner. Adding new ductwork can add $1,000 – $5,000 to a project depending on the size of home.
Furnace Filters for the Trane XC95m
|Air Flow Configuration||Cabinet Width||Filter Size(s)|
|Upflow / Horizontal||17-1/2″||17x25x1|
|Upflow / Horizontal||21″||20x25x1|
|Upflow / Horizontal||24 1/2″||24x25x1|
Trane XC95m Model Numbers, BTUs and Efficiencies
The XC95m is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.
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The heat exchanger in this model comes with a limited lifetime warranty. The other parts carry a ten-year warranty. Both warranties can be extended for an additional cost, and you can also purchase transferability (so that future owners of your home may qualify for the warranty). To qualify for either warranty, you need to register the furnace within sixty days of buying it.
You should repair your furnaces if it’s under 15 years old, it’s performing consistently, and if rated 87% AFUE or higher.
You should fully replace your furnace if it’s over 15 years old, it has required multiple repairs in last two years, your energy bills increase suddenly, or if your furnace is rated lower than 56% AFUE.
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