Trane does not list prices for heat pumps on its official website, because variables such as home construction, environment and size dictate what elements are needed to complete each heat pump system. Trane refers individuals to contact an authorized dealer to assess specific needs and provide a price quote.
Although Trane does not list prices for its heat pump systems on the official website, each unit is assigned a price range from "$" to "$$$$$." The various heat pumps marketed on the Trane website range from one and one half "dollar signs" for models XB13 or XR13, to five dollar signs for a variable speed model XV20i.
HeatPumpPriceGuides.com compares the prices of similar heat pump systems from 15 major brands. The website compared complete heat pump systems suitable for heating and cooling homes between 1750 to 2250 square feet. System elements included a 3-ton heat pump condenser, 1200 cfm air handler with built-in coil, basic seven-day programmable thermostat and an efficiency rating of 14 seer or 8.5 hpsf. The comparison chart lists the Trane system with the above specifications at a price of $2,620 for the system alone or $8,260 installed. This is the most expensive system on the chart, with the least expensive system being manufactured by Gibson for $1,250 alone or $4,025 installed.