Trane XR15 vs XL15i
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  1. #1
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    Sep 2012

    Trane XR15 vs XL15i

    One contractor has bid an XR15, the other has bid the XL15i. Both are bidding XV95 furnaces.

    Based on the specs I found on the Trane site, it appears to me that the XR15 must be a little more efficient, based on electrical requirements. It also appears to be the less expensive of the two.

    Any comments on which is a better choice?



  2. #2
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    Apr 2010
    NC Sandhills
    The XR15 is a BIT more efficient depending on evap coil, but the main advantage of the XL15i is less noise, slightly better construction and a 12 year compressor Registered warranty vs 10 for XR. I would go with XL if its in your budget.

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