Why Choose The Trane XR14 Air Conditioner?
Learn about some of the key specifications and features you can enjoy with the Trane XR14 air conditioner below.
What To Know About A Trane XR14 SEER Rating
Homeowners looking to reduce their high utility bills should know that the more efficient their air conditioning system is, the cheaper it will be to operate. This is why so many of our customers are inquiring about the Trane XR14, as well as higher efficiency models with SEER2 ratings up to 21. They’re interested in keeping their home cool and comfortable while using less power.
The Importance of SEER Ratings
SEER2 (seasonal energy efficiency ratio) is a handy way to compare the efficiency of A/C units. The higher the SEER2 rating, the more efficiently an air conditioner operates. Currently, the minimum SEER rating for standard air conditioners is 13. Units available today generally have a SEER rating ranging from 13 to 21.
Central A/C systems need to have a SEER rating of at least 14.5 to qualify for the U.S. government’s ENERGY STAR program, which helps provide consumers with objective information about the efficiency of A/C units. You may find rebates associated with air conditioners that have high SEER ratings.
When it comes to a SEER rating, the experts at Logan A/C and Heat Services can let you know about any financial incentives now available when installing a Trane XR14, compared to more efficient models.
Research Before Buying an XR14 Model
You may have some questions about its cost and operation. Our technicians are skilled at sizing Trane air conditioners to a home’s square footage, so please feel free to consult with us today about the capacity needed for your new A/C system. Sized too small, the A/C will be forced to work too hard and is more likely to break down prematurely.
However, it’s not good to size an A/C unit too large either because it will tend to cycle on and off more frequently than it would if sized correctly. This can lead to higher bills, as well as hot spots and cold spots in the home.
*Warranties are for residential use only, some exclusions may apply. For all coverage options, check with Trane.com or your independent Trane dealer in Columbus.