need advice on a new furnace/ac unit
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  1. #1
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    Our a/c is on its last leg and our furnace is now out of commission. I am in the market for a new system and have had some estimates done. I realize this is not going to be a cheap job, money is not the issue here. I had one estimate done and the price was reasonable, he recommended a Goodman unit...I trust him he's done work for us before. I had another estimate done from a larger more well-known company and the man pretty much trashed the brand. Now I know the salesman was only doing his job. I've done a little research and the Goodman brand doesn't seem to be to bad. I just was wondering if anyone had an opinion about them. Like I said, I really trust the man who recommended the brand, but I am in the dark when it comes to this sort of thing. Please help!

  2. #2
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    Mar 2006
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    American Standard or Lennox

  3. #3
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    "...I trust him he's done work for us before"


    This is probably(sp?) the most important thing you said!
    GOD knows if you did your best! <><

  4. #4
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    go to the search feature at the top of the page and search Goodman. lots of opinions on that brand.....you computer may smoke.
    FILL OUT YOUR PROFILE!!

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    Brand is not nearly as important as a properly installed system. If installed, (and maintained), correctly any brand will more than likely perform to your standards.

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