The Trane XC95M is one of the quietest, most efficient gas furnaces you can buy. This furnace is variable capacity, meaning that it will find the exact right setting to run at, delivering the ultimate comfort level in your home, all while saving you money. This furnace communicates using Trane’s ComfortLink II technology, which will calibrate along with a Trane Nexia thermostat to provide optimal performance. Combine the XC95M furnace with a Trane variable speed heat pump, or air conditioner for the Ultimate Comfort System experience.
The Trane S9V2 is a furnace designed with both comfort and efficiency in mind. This furnace has an AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) of 96%, saving you money each month on your gas bill. It is also equipped with a variable speed fan motor, which uses two-thirds less electricity than a standard motor, lowering your electricity bill, as well as delivering a higher comfort level in the home. The variable speed fan motor will also increase the cooling efficiency of any air conditioner or heat pump that you pair with the furnace. The Trane S9V2 is a two stage gas furnace, meaning it has two stages of heating operation, (low fire) for the more mild days, and (high fire) for those bitter cold days where you need the extra heat. Having these two heat stages will keep the inside temperature right where you want it, no matter what is going on outside.
The Trane S9X2 is a great blend of efficiency and value. As one of the most energy efficient models in it’s class, the S9X2 furnace provides high performance heating and cooling benefits at a great value. This furnace is rated at 95% AFUE, and is equipped with a high efficiency, constant torque fan motor that delivers up to 33% greater efficiency than conventional furnace fan motors. This fan motor will also increase the heating & cooling efficiency of Trane heat pumps, and the cooling efficiency of Trane air conditioners, making it a very good addition to a Trane whole house comfort system. This furnace also utilizes a two stage gas valve, giving it the ability to use less gas to maintain the comfort level in the home on more mild days, and more gas on the colder days that require a higher level of heat.