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Features Guide

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Seer
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, usually ranging from 13-22. A higher rating means better efficiency.
HSPF
Heating Seasonal Performance Factor, a ratio for the efficiency of heat pumps. An HSPF > 8 is considered high efficiency.
Climatuff® Compressor
The Trane Climatuff® Compressor automatically adjusts and maintains constant speeds to avoid temperature swings in the home.
Our Best Heat Pumps
most efficient
most efficient

most efficient

One of the industry’s most efficient systems, with ratings up to 20 SEER and 10 HSPF.

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20
Seer up to 20
HSPF up to 10
Climatuff® Variable
most efficient

most efficient

One of the industry’s most efficient systems, with ratings up to 20 SEER and 10 HSPF.

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Quietest
Quietest

Quietest

Our quietest and most efficient heat pump yet. Up to 19.5 SEER, 12 HSPF and 43-57dBA.

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19.5
Seer up to 19.5
HSPF up to 12
Climatuff® Variable
Quietest

Quietest

Our quietest and most efficient heat pump yet. Up to 19.5 SEER, 12 HSPF and 43-57dBA.

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Best Value
Best Value

Best Value

One of our most affordable heat pumps is an excellent blend of efficiency and value.

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16
Seer up to 16
HSPF up to 9.5
Climatuff® Single-stage
Best Value

Best Value

One of our most affordable heat pumps is an excellent blend of efficiency and value.

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18
Seer up to 18
HSPF up to 10
Climatuff® Variable
18
Seer up to 18
HSPF up to 9.5
Climatuff® Two-stage
17
Seer up to 17
HSPF up to 9.6
Climatuff® Single-stage
17.25
Seer up to 17.25
HSPF up to 9.6
Climatuff® Two-stage
17
Seer up to 17
HSPF up to 10
Climatuff® Single-stage
17
Seer up to 17
HSPF up to 9.6
Climatuff® Single-stage
14
Seer up to 14
HSPF up to 8.2
Climatuff® Single-stage
Available for XV18, XR17, XR16, XR15, and XR14 models

Features Guide

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Seer
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, usually ranging from 13-22. A higher rating means better efficiency.
HSPF
Heating Seasonal Performance Factor, a ratio for the efficiency of heat pumps. An HSPF > 8 is considered high efficiency.
Climatuff® Compressor
The Trane Climatuff® Compressor automatically adjusts and maintains constant speeds to avoid temperature swings in the home.

Trane Heat Pump Pricing

Name Product Installation Price *
XL18i Heat Pump $7,200 - $10,000
XL16i Heat Pump $6,000 - $8,400
XR17 Heat Pump $6,000 - $8,400
XR15 Heat Pump $4,600 - $6,400
XR14 Heat Pump $4,800 - $6,800
TOTAL ESTIMATED INSTALLATION PRICE * Installation price reflects the most common average installation cost across the USA. Price may vary in your area. See more details

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Heat Pump FAQ

What is a heat pump?

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A heat pump is an HVAC product that uses the outside air to efficiently heat your home in the winter and cool it in the summer. Unlike a furnace, a heat pump doesn’t burn fuel to make heat. It simply uses electricity to move heat from one place to another - making it a more energy efficient solution for many people.

Does a heat pump cool my home too?

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Yes. Despite the name, in the summer, your heat pump works just like a traditional air conditioner and includes the same energy efficient features and SEER rating system.

What is HSPF?

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HSPF stands for Heating Seasonal Performance Factor and is used to measure the efficiency of a heat pump. The higher the HSPF, the greater the energy efficiency of the heat pump. HSPF is a ratio of the heat output to electricity use over an average heating season.

Heat pump or furnace? Which is right for me?

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Whether to choose a heat pump or furnace depends on where you live. Heat pumps can be a smart and energy saving option if you live in an area with mild winters where temperatures rarely dip below freezing like the Southeast or Southwest. In these locations, a heat pump can both heat and cool your home comfortably and efficiently.

Heat pump or air conditioner? Which is right for me?

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If you live in a climate where winter temperatures rarely fall below freezing, a heat pump may be a smart way to cool your home - with the added benefit of heating it too! However, if winter temperatures where you live often dip below freezing, we recommend a matched air conditioner and furnace system.

Should I repair or replace my heat pump?

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The condition of your heat pump depends on several factors including location, maintenance, build quality and more. However, we recommend replacing your heat pump if:
  • It’s 10 years old or more.
  • It has a SEER rating of 10 or less
  • It has an HSPF rating of 8 or less
  • It needs frequent repairs
  • It is declining in performance
  • Your energy costs are rising

What size heat pump do I need?

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Choosing the right size heat pump is a crucial part of the HVAC buying process and one that you’ll need an HVAC professional to help you with. Here’s why buying the right size heat pump matters: if you buy an HVAC system that’s too big, you’ll end up wasting money and energy. And if it’s too small, you won’t get enough cool or warm air to keep you comfortable.

How much does a new heat pump cost?

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A Trane heat pump can range in price from $4,600 - $10,000. Our pricing guide explains all the factors that affect your price. The cost of your Trane heat pump will vary depending on the size of your house, model you choose, special installation requirements - even where you live and the climate in your area. You can lower your costs thanks to local rebates, special offers and tax credits. To get the most accurate price for your home, schedule a home evaluation with your local dealer.
TOTAL ESTIMATED INSTALLATION PRICE
* Installation price reflects the most common average installation cost across the USA. Price may vary in your area. Price ranges shall apply to Basic Installation to include standard materials and service, which may vary by the type of system or system component selected. All price ranges are subject to adjustment based on the unique characteristics of the home. Any changes or modifications to Basic Installation agreed upon by Buyer will be an additional cost as negotiated by Buyer and the independent Trane Comfort Specialist including the cost of mechanical permits that may be required by local and state law. Price ranges do not include any taxes, now or hereafter enacted. Taxes will be added by your Trane Comfort Specialist to the sales price to comply with local and federal tax law.