Dr HVAC recommends Trane furnaces to our customers.

Why? They just don’t make a more reliable furnace than Trane. They put them through extra testing to make sure they keep on working when other furnaces would quit. In our experience, we get the fewest furnace repair calls about Trane versus any other brand. They also really stand behind their product with the best warranty we’ve come across.

Dr HVAC is a Certified Trane Installer. In order to get and maintain this status, we must prove we meet Trane’s standards for technical know-how and customer service on an ongoing basis.

We have been factory-trained in all the critical details that add up to a perfect installation job. The end result is a furnace that works as efficiently as possible for as long as possible.

Dr HVAC Provides A 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

If your Trane furnace does not perform as expected, we will fix it free of charge. Ultimately, we will remove the furnace and provide a full refund if you are not happy.

Trane Certified Comfort Specialist

Dr. HVAC technicians installed a Trane furnace and a Trane air conditioner in my house last April. They were very competent in their work and respectful in dealing with us. The office staff are also very kind and do their best to timely respond to the customer requests. Both units have performed very well so far. I highly recommend Dr. HVAC to anyone looking for a new furnace or air conditioner.

Mahir Aydin, July 2016
Mahir Aydin, July 2016

Our Trane Furnace Models

We carry 5 main models of Trane, and each comes in different sizes to heat different sizes of home.

Trane Furnace S9V2

New! The Trane S9V2

This model has a new cabinet design that will fit even the smallest home, and is certified airtight to less than 1%. Two heat exchangers and an efficient blower provide comfortable, even heat for your home.

  • Energy Star qualified
  • 96% AFUE
  • Two-stage gas valve
  • Variable speed Vortica II blower motor
  • Insulated cabinet for quiet operation
  • Lifetime warranty on heat exchanger and 10-year limited warranty on functional parts

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Trane XC95m and XV95 Furnaces


  • EnergyStar qualified
  • Up to 97.3% AFUE
  • Modulating gas valve
  • Variable speed blower motor
  • Communicates with AC and thermostat
  • Insulated cabinet for quiet performance
  • Lifetime limited warranty on heat exchanger
  • 10-year limited warranty
Trane XC95m and XV95 Furnaces


  • EnergyStar qualified
  • Up to 96.7% AFUE
  • Two-stage gas valve
  • Variable speed blower motor
  • Insulated cabinet for quiet performance
  • Lifetime limited warranty on heat exchanger
  • 10-year limited warranty
Trane XT95 Furnace


  • Energy Star qualified
  • 95%+ AFUE
  • High-efficiency blower motor
  • Self-diagnostic micro electronic controller
  • Sealed combustion with a 100% outside air option
  • Pre-painted galvanized steel cabinet, insulated for quiet operation
  • One-piece heat exchanger with no welds
  • Trane warranties available.
Trane XC95m and XV95 Furnaces


  • Up to 95% AFUE
  • Single-stage gas valve
  • 4-speed blower motor
  • Insulated cabinet for quiet performance
  • Lifetime limited warranty on heat exchanger
  • 10-year limited warranty

* As with all major appliances, warranty requires registration.

Download the Trane Brochure For More Details >

Features And Benefits: What They Mean


AFUE is shorthand for “annual fuel utilization efficiency rating”. This is defined as the amount of fuel (in percent) that is converted into heat your home can use. The higher the number the better.

Today, the minimum allowable AFUE rating in Canada for an indoor gas Furnaces is 90%. A “high efficiency” furnace must be 90% AFUE or better. In order to qualify for the Energy Star certification in Canada, a furnace must have an AFUE of 95% or better, and other efficiency technologies.

Gas Valves: Modulating, Two Stage, Single Stage

A gas valve controls the flow of gas into the burner of your furnace, where it ignites to create heat. The type of gas valve plays a huge role in the overall efficiency of the furnace.

Single stage gas valves can only be off or on. This will mean the overall amount of fuel used is more than with a multi-stage valve. This is because the temperature in your home will be allowed to vary more, and your furnace will have to work harder to warm up your home.

A multi-stage (or fully modulating) gas valve will adjust the amount of fuel going into your furnace more precisely. If your home is colder, it allows more fuel to flow, but if it’s just a little bit below the temperature setting on your thermostat, just a small amount of fuel flows. This not only saves fuel, but it keeps the temperature in your home more even. It can also reduce long-term wear and tear on the part.

A two-stage furnace is a simpler type of multi-stage furnace. It’s more efficient than a single stage, but not as good as a fully modulating gas valve.

Blower Motors

The blower forces air through the heat exchanger in your furnace, resulting in the spread of hot air into the ductwork and then out into your home.

As with gas valves, a variable-speed blower motor is more efficient than a single speed or 2-4 speed. This is because making smaller adjustments all the time uses less energy in the long run than constantly starting and stopping.

Guaranteed Performance

As a Certified Trane Installer, Dr HVAC will ensure you get the right size furnace for your home, and that it is installed correctly.

We will ensure that your Trane performs as well as expected, or we will fix it for free.

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed