A Cool Product to Specify

Trane’s XL20i
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Our team at Eberly & Collard Public Relations serves as the eyes and ears for several of our editor, publisher and producer contacts. We monitor breaking news topics, up-and-coming trends, innovative product releases, company advancements, and other content affecting change or growth in the industries in which we specialize.

By staying on top of multiple industry practices we are also able to present clients with need-to-know information and create original public relations strategies for them. An important tactic for residential architects and builders is staying aware of modern advancements so these products can be incorporated into future residential design-build projects. One product that has recently caught our eye and offers some of the latest developments in cooling technology is Trane’s Xl20i air conditioning unit.

Trane’s XL20i AC unit provides homes with top-level comfort. Its ability to enhance airflow at increased efficiency levels, but at a lower cost than the competition, makes this unit a leader among residential cooling systems. In fact, the XL20i’s Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating of 20.00 is one of the highest energy efficiency ratings of any air conditioner available in today’s market.

This model also includes Trane’s ComfortLink™ II communicating technology which allows all indoor units and their key components to connect so the system automatically charges, configures and calibrates for optimal performance. On top of its speed, efficiency and communicating capabilities, the XL20i is quiet, durable and includes an advance air filtration system CleanEffects™.

XL20i is only one of Trane’s many residential and commercial product offerings. Celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, Trane is known for producing heating and cooling systems that are some of the market’s most reliable and innovative. After introducing countless technological and engineering firsts, Trane continues to go above and beyond to see what’s possible.

Architects and builders, if you’re interested in learning more about Trane and its residential and commercial product offerings, click on the following link: www.trane.com

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Jeff Collard


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