Trane’s Best Heat Pumps
See our top-rated heat pumps in the categories that matter to you most: energy efficiency, quiet operation, and value.
Heat pump features you need to know
- Energy Efficiency - Don’t let the name fool you, heat pumps actually heat your home in the winter and cool your home in summer. Because of this, heat pumps are rated for their energy usage in two ways - HSPF for heating and SEER for cooling. Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF), is the ratio for the efficiency of heat pumps. Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER), measures the energy efficiency of air conditioners. These usually range from 13-22. A higher rating means better efficiency. Greater energy efficiency can translate into lower monthly energy costs. Keep in mind: An HSPF > 8 is considered high efficiency. Higher SEER rating = better efficiency.
- Sound Level - When space is limited or in cities with strict noise standards, having a quiet running heat pump is a priority. In heat pumps, moving parts like fans and cabinet insulation can reduce noise levels. Many units are rated with a Nominal Sound Level - the average sound level in decibels. The higher the number, the louder the unit. For example:
40 = A library
70 = A vacuum cleaner at 10 ft.
43 = Our quietest heating and cooling systems
- Value - When we say best value, that doesn’t mean it’s the lowest price. At Trane, we define value by identifying the heat pump that delivers a high efficiency rating and includes many of our industry leading innovations, but is more affordable than our most advanced units. In short, a quality product that won’t break your budget.