So what you are saying is, what I have experienced is untrue and uninformed or did I just touch a nerve. I will give you a quick example. Goodman unit 7 years old and leak in the evap coil. New construction, low bid, poor installation and broken unit. Maybe if Goodman raised thier standards to who they sell to this would not happen as much. Look, nothing agaist you (sounds like you install Goodman primarily)and I am sure you istall at a higher standard than the norm this is just my findings.Originally posted by RoBoTeq
Again, this is behind the times, uninformed thinking. Honestly, it is this kind of thinking that has allowed Goodman to surpass all other manufactures in the market share.Originally posted by tsherwood
sorry about the caps thing??????Originally posted by a\c don
Upon what do you base your response?Originally posted by tsherwood
DON'T DO IT! YOU WILL BE SORRY!
And please turn off the caps lock.
Why I am down on goodman is a couple reasons (and maybe things have changed) First is life cycle just due to the cabinet construction. I have found the paint and cabinets do not hold up (condensers). Air handlers insulation come off on the inside (Fan compartments)Coils that leak are another problem both conenser and evap. Replacement parts on equipment past the warrenty(control boards).
Now the other thing I find with Goodman is that it is installed as a low cost option and widely use in new home construction. Low bid tends to mean poor installs and untrained installers. The odds are against goodman because of this. Now this is just my opinion and you know what they say about opinions, everybody has one and they usually sink.
You guys still think that everyone selling all of the other brands are the rabbits and that Goodman is the turtle...better reread that story