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Trane XV95 2 Stage Gas Furnace Review

The Trane XV95 Gas Furnace earns Trane’s top of the line award for superior efficiency and operation. The two stage technology guarantees ultimate comfort and consistent warmth throughout the home. An Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) rating of 96.7 percent makes the Trane XV95 furnace exceptionally efficient, offering significant energy savings to the homeowner. The variable speed fan assures quiet operation and even heat in every room.

All Trane gas furnace components undergo rigorous repeated testing, assuring your Trane is built to last. With a lifetime limited warranty on the heat exchanger, and ten year limited warranty on internal components, Trane tops the industry for guarantee standards. When integrated with other Trane systems, using the Trane “matched system” guide, you can create unsurpassed innovation and performance for heating and cooling your home.

With an AFUE rating of 96.7 percent, one of the highest in the industry, the Trane XV95 meets and exceeds the requirement of 78 percent for an Energy Star appliance, guaranteeing efficient performance and optimal energy cost savings. An optional, exclusive air filtration system removes pollen and dust from the air, as well as 99 percent of the common flu virus from the home, resulting in a healthier, more comfortable environment.

Compared to both the Lennox G61V and the Rheem RGJD Prestige Series, the Trane XV95 outperforms both in AFUE ratings and extended warranty service, as well as an optional air filtration system, making Trane the wise choice when choosing a gas furnace for your home.

Trane XV95 2 Stage Gas Furnace Technical Details

The XV95 includes:

  • Variable-speed blower
  • Two-stage gas heat provides greater fuel efficiency and better comfort control
  • Heavy gauge, two-tone powder-painted cabinet
  • Increased dehumidification with Comfort-R (™) mode
  • Durable adaptive silicon Nitride hot surface igniter
  • Multi-port, In-shot burners
  • One-piece aluminized steel primary heat exchanger
  • 24-volt Fuse protects Controls
  • Insulated cabinet for quiet operation
  • Convertible to horizontal left
  • AL29-4C Stainless Steel secondary Heat Exchanger
  • Cleanable filter with spring-loaded filter rack
  • ERV, humidifier and air cleaner compatible

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4 Comments »

  • ed said:

    Our 35 year old furnace was acting up during the Jan 2011 cold snap. It was 150,000 btu lo efficiency Lennox with the hammock air filter. It kept the house warm through all those winters. The Trane dealer said all we needed was an 80,000 btu furnace due to the fact our house is between 2,100 and 2,400 square feet, 2 storey with a walkout basement.

    Now we have a cold house. The hot air does not get to many many rooms in the house. The installation company has blamed the weather, the state of our ducts, everything but the black plague.

  • O.K. Johnson said:

    Boy, you’ve got something wrong at your place, ed. My place is 2,981 sq. feet. I have a singe stage trane XR90 (am looking to possibly upgrade to the XV95) rated at 80,000 BTUs coupled to my heat pump. When the temp drops to 20 degrees, my furnace takes over. I keep the place warm at 70 degrees. No problems.

    Insulation, sealing of penetrations, replacement of old windows, and fixing leaky ducts should do the trick. A 150,000 BTU furnace for that size of home is WAY TOO BIG unless there are multiple other problems. You are letting a lot of money go up the chimney. Cheaper to fix the issues.

  • Scott said:

    Trane XV95 – VERY BAD FURNACE, THING DOES NOT WORK. LIMIT SWITCH CONTINUES TO FAIL ON A LESS THAN ONE YEAR OLD FURNACE, BLOWER MOTOR WENT OUT. VERY BAD FURNACE. INSTALL LENOX IF YOU WANT A REAL FURNACE

  • Dan said:

    Just had an xv 95 installed and am very pleased. It is so quiet! I run the fan at all times when we are home.

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