HVAC contractor thoughts: Trane XR16 variable system
Warning, this article will have a slight tilt, positioning Priority AC as a beneficiary of the excellent craftsmanship that is the XR16 2019 Trane’s residential variable speed HVAC solution for 2019.
“The XR16 home air conditioning system has a SEER rating of up to 17.00, making it an excellent choice for home comfort and for earning energy-efficiency tax credits” -Trane
This system has to be sold to a licensed HVAC contractor with a Trane account, which helps ensure quality of installation. Trane is very committed to being the highest quality manufacturer, hey Carl.
Fun Fact: Trane loves pushing the laws of physics with extreme component torture tests. “Snowball II (residential XR16)” has been in a constant state of overcharge since 2003, sort of like running a car 70 miles an hour around the clock to see how long it will last”. That source was from 2017, I wonder how snowball is doing?
Trane proudly flaunts their 71-74 overall sound power level [dB(A)]. I’ve had many customers mention that they “didn’t know an air-conditioner could be so quiet”. This is achieved with their compressor sound insulators and Integrated Fan System blade down design.
Expect to this air conditioning upgrade to lower your ac bill by half when compared to 8 SEER rating. “Like miles per gallon in a car, the higher the system SEER rating, the more comfort you will get from each energy dollar.”-Trane XR16 product brochure
Pro Tip: The majority of systems installed prior to 2006 are 10 SEER or lower. Potential energy savings may vary depending on your lifestyle, system settings, equipment maintenance, local climate, home construction and installation of HVAC system.
Registered limited warranty- If you register your new Trane product within 60 days of installation, the Base Limited Warranty is lengthened and becomes a Registered Limited Warranty at no additional cost. Registration can be completed by phone or online.
*Selling your house? Don’t forget to transfer your warranty. Either you or the new homeowner must notify Trane of the warranty transfer within 90 days of the home sale for the transfer to be effective. The warranty transfer will cost $99 if you transfer at time of home sale.
In conclusion, Trane’s XR16 equipment is an investment to be proud of. Combining the reliability, efficiency and part availability; Trane brought a great product to market. I hope this aids in your air-conditioning journey. If you found this article helpful, please like and share!
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