XC95m: The perfect furnace for those seeking both quality and efficiency

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If you have been searching for the perfect furnace that combines both efficiency and quality, look no further than the Trane XC95m.

Trane’s XC95m is one of our most powerful furnaces with an EnergyStar rating. The features of the XC95m furnace include – variable speed fan, a dehumidifier, the ComfortLink II communicating technology, 24-volt fuse to protect controls, and durable silicon nitride hot surface igniter.

XC95m is the first in the furnace industry to introduce a smart thermostat technology. This means you can control it from your phone, ensuring optimal performance for your home. Furthermore, it includes the innovative Trane CleanEffects system; which filters out pollutants and most (99.98%) air-borne allergens that pass through the filter. This allows your home to be healthier and cleaner, especially if you have members of the household who suffer from asthma.

A Great Investment for Years to Come

XC95m is a gas-powered furnace with up to 97.3 AFUE, in other words, it is 97.3% efficient and wastes only 2.7% of fuel. The typical standard for AFUE is 80% with wastage of 20%. The higher the efficiency, then the lower your bills will be! The initial price may seem high at around $5,000, but the XC95m is a great investment for years to come.

Time to Upgrade to a State-of-the-Art Furnace?

It is advisable to replace your furnace if it is over 15 years old, if it has received various repairs in the past few years, if energy bills have plunged upwards, and if the AFUE is rated below 60%. If your furnace fits any of the above factors, you could be putting yourself and your household at risk, as a poorly performing furnace can cause carbon monoxide poisoning or flu-like symptoms. The XC95m is a state-of-the-art furnace that combines efficiency and quality, it allows you to get the most out of your furnace in terms of ability and safety.

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