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Features Guide

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EER
Energy Efficiency Ratio, determined by set outside and inside air temperatures. A higher rating means better efficiency. An 11 EER is roughly a 13 SEER.
Heating Stages
Some furnaces have two stages of heat, similar to a reading lamp that has a lower setting and a brighter setting. Others have modular stages of heat, similar to a dimmer lightswitch that has more flexibility.
TVGX

TVGX

EER up to 40
Cooling Stages: Variable Speed
T2GC

T2GC

EER up to 22.3
Cooling Stages: Two Stage
T2GX/T1GX

T2GX/T1GX

EER up to 32.1
Cooling Stages: Single or Two Stage
T2GY

T2GY

EER up to 23.7
Cooling Stages: Two Stage

Features Guide

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EER
Energy Efficiency Ratio, determined by set outside and inside air temperatures. A higher rating means better efficiency. An 11 EER is roughly a 13 SEER.
Heating Stages
Some furnaces have two stages of heat, similar to a reading lamp that has a lower setting and a brighter setting. Others have modular stages of heat, similar to a dimmer lightswitch that has more flexibility.

How geothermal works

Unlike many HVAC systems, geothermal heating and cooling units don’t burn fossil fuels. They use electricity to access the earth’s internal temperature, which stays constant regardless of the weather outside. In the summer, the earth’s center is cooler than its sunny surface. In the winter, it’s warmer than the frozen ground. To better understand the science behind geothermal, heat pumps can be a helpful point of comparison. In colder months, geothermal systems pull heat from the earth into your home. When it gets warmer, geothermal systems transfer unwanted warmth back below the surface.

Geothermal means high efficiency

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, geothermal systems are one of the most efficient ways to heat and cool your home. These eco-friendly systems don’t just benefit the planet—they deliver big savings. Geothermal units lower your monthly heating and cooling costs and may qualify you for incentives, rebates and tax credits. Contact a Trane Comfort Specialist for extra help choosing the geothermal system that would best fit your home.

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