I had an HVAC guy come out the other day; a guy working for a company that was recommended to me by a neighbor to quote me a price on what it would cost to replace a Rheem condenser and the heater/coil part inside the house. I know prices aren't to be discussed here so I won't but this guy recommended going with a system made by Goodman, I've never heard of Goodman.
The house in which I live in is 46 years old and except for the original system which came with the house back in 1962 which was a Fedders everything since that time has been a Rheem. I'm on my third Rheem system. The 3 ton Rheem condenser out in the yard was installed new in 1992 and the other part of the system inside the house, also a Rheem was installed new in 1997. This particular company doesn't handle Rheem, they handle Goodman, Carrier, Lenox and Trane. Is Goodman a good brand to consider?
The parts he recommended installing are as follows:
Goodman 3 ton GSC130361 - SEER 13
Goodman 3 ton evap. coil #CAPF3636A6
Goodman gas furnace #GMH80703AN