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    Bryant

    Does any one know about Bryant AC I never see them or really hear of them.
    Need new AC and was proposed Bryant was told it is Carrier not that I am sold on Carrier.
    I have never had any luck with AC's this is worse than buying a car, I do know I have no interest in Trane been there done that was a very expensive XL19 nightmare.
    Any help anyone can shed some light on this, also is anyone can refer me to an AC contractor in West Palm area I am looking for someone who is honest and really knows what they are doing.

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    Carrier/Bryant, same thing
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    Would you buy it?

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    I might, if I didn't deal another brand.

    Nothing wrong with Bryant.
    It just cost less then a Carrier. It comes from the same factory.
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    That's pretty vague don't tell me you deal in Trane
    If it's not Trane who do you deal with?

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    No, not Trane.

    York.
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    Gosh... If only you knew who make them....

    This is a good question.... Who actually makes Bryant units? Does anyone still make their own units? A better question would be: What name do you like better? Or what paint colors do you like better?

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    York
    Rheem
    Carrier
    Lennox
    Goodman
    Trane
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    Would you buy a Trane if you didn't sell York Beenthere?

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    If I was a Trane dealer, yes.
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    Red face

    Ok I guess I just not worry so much with "brand" as much as installer.
    That is like playing Russen Roulette picking an AC guy it is a shame but they sure do talk a good game but when it comes down to brass tacks it's a whole different story.
    Any suggestions? I can not even find anyone that I know or that lives around here that will say hey I used so and so and they were great here is their number. I have looked at the BBB and have a two that I would call but how do I know if they are full of BS before spending 12 to 15 grand? Any suggestions I am a female and that really seems to make matters worse I guess were not supposed know about AC units.

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    Have them give you their estimates, and explain why tehy want to do what.
    Then post their plans(not prices)
    And ask questions.
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    You would not go wrong with getting a Bryant unit..i would recomend the Evolution series.

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