Lennox VS Trane

______________________________________________________________________ I am getting a new a/c unit and would like to get some opinions on what you think is better for about the same price – Lennox XC13 (3 ton- 13 SEER) or the Trane XB13 (3 ton 13SEER) Or should i be looking at other models? I’m looking for the best deal for my money. I have a 3900 sq ft home with approx 11 to 13 windows. The the proposal I have now is: Lennox XC13 with matching lineset and coil, updating pad and disconnect switch – $3528 includes tax, labor, parts, permits, and haul away – Is this a good price? Jim Cokeley Replies: cokeley “Re(1):Lennox VS Trane” , posted Wed 7 Jun 20:07 ______________________________________________________________________ just got the quote for the trane – Trane XR13 (13seer 3 ton), Condensate Line, evap coil, lineset, condenser base, haul away old, inc tax and all $2,839 – why the big difference in price? Jim Cokeley acefurnacefixer “Re(1):Lennox VS Trane” , posted Wed 7 Jun 16:09 ______________________________________________________________________ Lennox hands down……….best damn system out there to date. Yes! I CAN fix that! Excuse my spelling……I am paid to fix it not spell it. Music is meant to be heard not felt……TURN DOWN THE BASS! http://www.white-rodgers.com/wrdhom/index.html http://www.hillary.org Credentials: Epa certification Certified Master technician Specialized training by Lennox Trane American Standard Carrier Honeywell and Whiterogers. Certified By Trac-pipe. 410A certified by Lennox Service Manager “Re(1):Lennox VS Trane” , posted Wed 7 Jun 12:06: ______________________________________________________________________ Whats the tonnage and the air handler or furnace and evap coil they are matching it up to. That price for the Lennox sounds good to me. As long as it is installed correctly, you should be very happy with it. [this message was edited by Service Manager on Wed 7 Jun 12:07] cokeley “Re(2):Lennox VS Trane” , posted Wed 7 Jun 12:39: ______________________________________________________________________ I was told my furnace is in great condition, so i am not replacing it. it is a Lennox G12Q3-137-3 SN- 5883L14273 ~ 1/3 hp blower and 137,000 btu input Jim Cokeley [this message was edited by cokeley on Wed 7 Jun 12:40]

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