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    Trane Estimate

    I just received an estimate to replace the a/c and furnace in my Townhouse, here are the components...

    TUD2B060A9362A -- Tran XL80 2-Stage
    4TTB3030E1000A -- 2.5 Ton Trane XB13 Condenser
    4FXCB036AC3CAA -- 3 Ton Trane XB Series Cased Coil

    I can verify the first item on Trane's website, but when I search the 2nd item, I find that it is an American Standard...
    the Trane item is #4TTB3030E... Does this make sense? The contractor appears on the up and up, but I'm concerned they are selling me one thing and will install another. The 3rd item I can't find anywhere.

    I feel I got a fairly good price on this system, but I was wondering if anyone can tell me if I'd could expect a significant
    difference in price (ie, $ and up) if I were to get a quote on a comparable Rheem system. I know I can schedule another estimate, but this is a rental unit and I'm under time constraints... so if I knew I shouldn't expect much savings, then I'll just go with the Trane.

    Thanks

    Tom
    Last edited by beenthere; 08-10-2012 at 06:09 AM. Reason: price difference

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