Well, overlooking the little faux pas of "Goodamn" this is about right.
Originally posted by Keith Lohr
I have ben selling both for a long time, Amana has pretty much been in Tenn., Goodman in Texas. Amana has the lowest heat exchanger failure % I do believe on the market. Amana technology on their furnaces went over to Goodman which is a good thing. I do believe that Goodamn is just building the coils,Amana heat ex.are going to the high eff. Goodman furnaces. Seperate, but shared to improve all around for both lines. Am I not correst Mr. ROBO?