Nat gas furnaces-Trane vs Rheem

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I realize that any furnace is only as good as the installation, but can anyone tell me that between 90% efficient nat gas Trane and Rheem furnaces, does one really have advantages over the other?

Which would be your first choice?

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Originally Posted by gsc11 View Post
I realize that any furnace is only as good as the installation, but can anyone tell me that between 90% efficient nat gas Trane and Rheem furnaces, does one really have advantages over the other?

Which would be your first choice?

Thanks for your comments!!!
Many of the Rheem furnaces have direct spark ignition; no igniters to wear out or crack. Very reliable.

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