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If you’re looking for a new heat pump, the first thing you need to do is identify what features matter to you most. Do you want the best value? Do you want the most energy efficient? Or maybe a bit of both?
In order to make your choice a little easier, we’ve identified the heat pump that performs the best in three important categories: energy efficiency, quiet operation
The technical terms and features of heat pumps can feel like a foreign language. Even if you begin to understand them, how do you know what features are right for your home? Honestly, your best resource for a thorough understanding of the latest equipment and what your home needs
The XV20i heat pump has the highest efficiency rating of all our heat pumps with a SEER rating of 20 and an HSPF of 10. With that level of energy efficiency, customers can possibly save an average of over $500 each year in energy costs*. Our most efficient heat pump is Energy Star Qualified and includes our patented TruComfort™ variable-speed system and integrated communicating technology to keep your home at an optimal temperature and avoid spikes that lead to increased energy consumption.
The Trane XV19 low profile heat pump checks in with sound levels starting as low as 43 dBA – making it the quietest system in our lineup. It includes innovative sound insulators and a unique integrated fan system with a leading edge swept fan design to reduce noise levels. XV19 is also Energy Star Qualified with a SEER rating up to 19.5 and an HSPF of up to 12 – making it a great combination of energy efficiency and quiet operation.
We’ve identified the Trane XR15 as our best value heat pump because of its high efficiency ratings and more affordable price point. With high-efficiency SEER rating of 16 and a high-efficiency HSPF of 9.50, you can expect to see noticeable energy savings when you replace an older, less efficient unit.
You can see all our heat pumps and compare features to find the one that matches your needs best. Where you live, home size and more all make a difference in whether a heat pump is right for you or not. Your local Trane Comfort Specialist will conduct a custom evaluation and work with you to find the heat pump that’s perfect for your home.
* The majority of systems installed prior to 2006 are 10 SEER or lower. Potential energy savings may vary depending on your personal lifestyle, system settings,