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Learn About Trane XR16 Low-Profile Air Conditioners

A properly functioning air conditioner provides you with consistent relief from the summertime heat and humidity in High Point, NC. When it comes time to replace your central air conditioning system, you’ll have a lot of options. Let’s explore the advantages of Trane XR16 low-profile air conditioners.

Energy Efficiency

The Trane XR16 low-profile air conditioner features a SEER rating of up to 17. It achieves the 17 SEER rating when matched with a new, energy-efficient air handler. Matching the two components could lower your cost of cooling your home by up to 41%, notes Trane. These units are Energy Star rated, which means that they use 30% to 50% less energy than new air conditioners without this rating.

Small Size

Most central air conditioners consist of a large outdoor unit. These units are tall, wide, and deep. The Trane XR16 low-profile air conditioner features a smaller size, which makes it ideal for homes with a small backyard. It also fits under decks, so condo owners won’t have to sacrifice valuable space to install this unit. Even though it’s small in dimension, the XR16 low-profile air conditioner delivers 1.5 to 5 tons of cooling power. The largest capacity is enough to cool a home measuring up to 3,000 square feet in size.

Optimal Comfort

Trane’s XR16 low-profile central air conditioner enhances your comfort. It operates quietly at a range of just 70 to 73 decibels, which is about the same as a dishwasher. Its quiet operation won’t disturb you while you sleep or when working from home. This air conditioner uses MERV 13 air filters. These filters trap common indoor allergens, including dust, pollen, and pet dander. They also remove many germs from your home’s air. You’ll breathe easier after installing this new cooling system.

For more information about the Trane XR16 low-profile air conditioner, take a look at Total Heating & Cooling, Inc.’s professional installation services, or reach out to us today.

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