Type: Posts; User: southside johnny
I'd go with the Lennox. We sold Carrier/Bryant. We referred to them as service opportunitites.
Same stuff at Frigidaire, Tappan, Philco, Gibson and Kelvinator. The Maytag name adds to the cost.
I've had an Armstrong in my house for the past six years. No service calls, no problems. Two stage variable speed is good stuff.
Agree, you need a professional to set up your burner. And don't hit the reset button anymore. If true, twice is not bad.
Rheem has a 2 stage 80% efficient gas furnace.
A power vent? If it has a module, it may be bad. Just changed mine out at home on a Ruud.
20 SEER units are already available. The higher SEER units with R410A seem to dehumidify better. I guess if I were purchasing an AC today, my criteria would be that it have R410A refrigerant and a...
Actually, Lennox has the quietest gas furnace....and air conditioner, A claim they would not make unless they can back it up.
I would never buy a Trane simply because they are available through...
It is actually a 12 stage furnace. It's also very quiet. The patent should be running out soon and other manufacturers will have similar products.