Trane delivers top of the line heat pumps like the Trane XL20i for those who seek the ultimate in comfort and performance. The XL20i offers some of the best efficiencies in the industry and will dramatically reduce energy usage. Andy in Bern, Idaho sent us a Trane XL20i heat pump price by accessing our easy to use Share an HVAC price form. Here’s what he had to say.
“I’ve moved around a lot and have never seen the temperature extremes that are experienced in this part of Idaho – hot summers and very cold winters. That translates into a lot of cooling and heating so the only route that made sense in our new home was to go with a super high efficiency unit like the Trane XL20i heat pump. As we looked into HVAC prices we discovered the local electric company is offering credits for high efficiency heat pumps and coupled with the federal energy tax credits we’ll save about $1,800 on the system. Plus our bills should be pretty low going forward despite the climatic conditions. I was attracted to the Trane XL20i because it offers:
Here is the bid we went with on this system:
Trane XL20i 4 ton heat pump with 48,000 Btu heating capacity, matching Trane gas furnace and coil, $8,189
With this complete system I’m confident I’ll get 15-20 years of reliable service and the lowest possible utility bills. It took the team of 3 more than a day and a half to install the equipment. An additional technician came when they were nearly complete and he spent more than 2 hours testing the equipment, making precise adjustments and working to fine tune its functioning for the highest possible efficiency. I felt like I got a high-tech piece of equipment that is in perfect synch, like the engine of a Ferrari.”
That’s not a bad analogy Andy. You do have a technologically advanced unit. And it sounds like the qualified contractor you hired did a great job. It’s a reminder to all that when you are shopping for the right heat pump and the best heat pump prices, the bottom line is proper installation. It’s worth paying more to get the best in order to maximize your system’s performance and save the most on energy costs in the next 1-2 decades.